Early on a Friday morning, I took my drone to Tempelhof with the explicit goal of capturing how gorgeous the park looks like covered in snow from above. And the pictures and videos I shot there prove that I was right to leave the comfort of my house and head to the park.
Milan is one of the leading destinations in Europe and the world, and many people visit the city every year. Most of them end up seeing the same places over and over again. Since our idea with Fotostrasse was always to bring excellent people to fantastic places, we decided to come up with this list of unusual places to visit in Milan.
The first thing that caught our attention at the Lavirotte Building was the door. A door so beautiful that we decided to name it the most beautiful door in Paris unofficially. But, once we got home from our trip, we went through our pictures and decided to research a bit about the building. This research leads us to learn about the work of architect Jules Lavirotte.
Agios Nikolaos in Megalochori is a small chapel located on the island of Santorini. But this small church isn’t like any other church, and it was built in the rocky cliffs that overlook the crater and the Aegean sea below. Its bell tower has the traditional triptych of bells that can be found all around the Greek islands, but this feels more unique due to its location.