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M. C. Escher in The Hague

M. C. Escher in The Hague

Located in a former Royal Winter Palace, the works of M. C. Escher in The Hague is something that you cannot miss whenever you visit the seat of government of the Netherlands. You need to visit the Het Paleis for the fantastic artwork presented, but you should stay...

The Devil’s Column in Milano

The Devil’s Column in Milano

When you are leaving the Saint Ambrose Church in Milan, you can see a white marble column that looks like it has seen better days. There are even two prominent holes at its base, and they are the reason why its name is the Devil’s Column.

Anna’s Museum in Brighton

Anna’s Museum in Brighton

Sometimes we found the most fun in the smallest of our discoveries. This is what happened to us on a warm summer day when we stumble upon the fantastic Anna’s Museum in Brighton.

Fat Bob Burger: delicious burgers in Poznan

Fat Bob Burger: delicious burgers in Poznan

This week Fotostrasse leaves Berlin for the #52weeksofburgers challenge and explores Poland in the lovely city of Poznań. Since we cannot miss the chance to taste a different view on burgers, we looked for one that seemed kind enough and found Fat Bob Burger. < !–-...

Hofvijver, a visit to the Court Pond in The Hague

Hofvijver, a visit to the Court Pond in The Hague

The Court Pond, known in Dutch as the Hofvijver, is a gorgeous artificial lake in the center of The Hague. The surrounding area is the place where The Hague came to life for the first time, and this is the reason why we decided to spend some time taking pictures on its shores when we visited this great Dutch city back in the winter of 2019.

The Ruined West Pier in Brighton

The Ruined West Pier in Brighton

When you visit the beach in Brighton, you are going to see the famous Palace Pier and the ruins of the West Pier. The West Pier looks like a memorial to the glory days of pleasure piers in the United Kingdom. The burnt down pier remains at sea without any connection...

Budapest’s Memento Park

Budapest’s Memento Park

Located in the hilly south of Budapest, Memento Park seems to be the place that communist statues go to die. There, Lenin stands next to Karl Marx and Engels, together with crucial Hungarian communist leaders. All of this behind brick walls that make up a surreal and...

Cube House of Rotterdam

Cube House of Rotterdam

It seems like the Cube House of Rotterdam is stranded above roads and stuck next to the harbor by the strong wind that blows from the sea. But this popular tourist attraction is also a bizarre architectural experiment and this is the main reason why we decided to...

Our top 5 things to do in Zaandam

Our top 5 things to do in Zaandam

Fotostrasse visited the fantastic city of Zaandam, one of the hidden gems around Amsterdam and we are here to tell you the best things to do in there. Zaandam was built over its industries, being one of the leading cities in the first industrial revolution. One of its...

Barcelona’s Baby Drop-off in El Raval

Barcelona’s Baby Drop-off in El Raval

Hiding in plain sight, in the middle of El Raval, there is a small wooden door that was once attached to the Provincial Home for Maternity and Foundlings of Barcelona. Nowadays, that small round door looks more like a decoration than anything else, but that is the...

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