Favorite Places & Spaces

Hereby I pin the places that gave and give me energy and positive vibes, all over the world.
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Shanghai city guide. << The engine of China's future, Shanghai dazzles with its metamorphosing cityscape and inexhaustible verve, beckoning millions with promises of opportunity, glamour and reinvention. What better time to dive headlong into the throng?

Shanghai city guide. << The engine of China's future, Shanghai dazzles with its metamorphosing cityscape and inexhaustible verve, beckoning millions with promises of opportunity, glamour and reinvention. What better time to dive headlong into the throng?

The Forbidden City (China). 'Not a city and no longer forbidden, Běijīng’s enormous palace is the be-all-and-end-all of dynastic grandeur, with its vast halls, splendid gates and age-old relics. No other place in China teems with so much history, legend and good old-fashioned imperial intrigue. From imposing palace halls to dazzling imperial collections, it doesn’t come much better.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/china/beijing/sights/historic-site/forbidden-city

The Forbidden City (China). 'Not a city and no longer forbidden, Běijīng’s enormous palace is the be-all-and-end-all of dynastic grandeur, with its vast halls, splendid gates and age-old relics. No other place in China teems with so much history, legend and good old-fashioned imperial intrigue. From imposing palace halls to dazzling imperial collections, it doesn’t come much better.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/china/beijing/sights/historic-site/forbidden-city

French Concession  Fashion (China). 'There’s no better place to  get a feel for the latest  trends than Shanghai's French  Concession. Browse boutiques  for sequin-covered  shoes, Tibetan-inspired  jewellery, silky summer  dresses and the hip new  styles of a growing crop  of local and international  designers.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/china/shanghai

French Concession Fashion (China). 'There’s no better place to get a feel for the latest trends than Shanghai's French Concession. Browse boutiques for sequin-covered shoes, Tibetan-inspired jewellery, silky summer dresses and the hip new styles of a growing crop of local and international designers.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/china/shanghai

Teatro alla Scala (Italy).  'Six storeys of boxes and  galleries are bedecked  in gilt and lined in crimson  – and (for evening  performances at least)  audiences are similarly  turned out. If you miss  out on a show, visit the  museum.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/italy/milan/sights/other/teatro-alla-scala

Teatro alla Scala (Italy). 'Six storeys of boxes and galleries are bedecked in gilt and lined in crimson – and (for evening performances at least) audiences are similarly turned out. If you miss out on a show, visit the museum.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/italy/milan/sights/other/teatro-alla-scala

Zona Tortona (Italy). 'Across Graffitti Bridge,  behind the railway tracks  of Porta Genova, the  Zona Tortona was once  a tangle of workingclass  tenements and  factories. Now flush with  shopkeepers, ateliers and  fashion HQ’s this is the  place to rub shoulders  with Milan’s up-and-coming  designers.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/italy/milan

Zona Tortona (Italy). 'Across Graffitti Bridge, behind the railway tracks of Porta Genova, the Zona Tortona was once a tangle of workingclass tenements and factories. Now flush with shopkeepers, ateliers and fashion HQ’s this is the place to rub shoulders with Milan’s up-and-coming designers.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/italy/milan

Amsterdam canals (The Netherlands). 'Amsterdam has more canals than Venice, and getting on the water is one of the best ways to feel the pulse of the city. You could catch the vibe by sitting canalside and watching boats glide by. Better yet, hop on a tour boat and cruise the curved passages. From this angle, you’ll understand why Unesco named the 400-year-old waterways a World Heritage site.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/the-netherlands/amsterdam

Amsterdam canals (The Netherlands). 'Amsterdam has more canals than Venice, and getting on the water is one of the best ways to feel the pulse of the city. You could catch the vibe by sitting canalside and watching boats glide by. Better yet, hop on a tour boat and cruise the curved passages. From this angle, you’ll understand why Unesco named the 400-year-old waterways a World Heritage site.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/the-netherlands/amsterdam

Street in Valletta Photographic Print

Street in Valletta Photographic Print

matisse

matisse

USI Lugano

USI Lugano

Regina Giovanna Sorrento

Regina Giovanna Sorrento


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