Dolomites, Italy (by isabelitagarcia77)
Built in 1769, palace on Pokrovka st. 22 is the only remaining building of this style in Moscow. Back in the day, people nick-named it “Chest of Drawers”, because it reminded ridiculously expensive furniture, you’d see in royal property.
Originally it belonged to noble families, but soon government got a hold of it. Up to revolution in Russian Empire it hosted all-boys boarding school. Nowadays there is governmental maternity hospital. It’s typical example of Soviet heritage: free medical institution in a historical palace.
Bruges, Belgium (by Jose M Vazquez)
On our way to Tasmania, Australia.
Tulips of Buckingham Palace, 19th April 2014.
Milford Sound, Fiordland National Park
Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn
a weekend in LA | pentax k1000
absolutely loving the k1000 + 24/2 combination
Lake Wanaka - New Zealand. (von Sami Keinänen)