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Catching up with the new Doctor Who season (and even liking it, much to my own surprise) I found a very familiar place in the second episode! Back in 2011, John Barrowman, his sister Carole and their husbands had made a France / Spain road trip, and they also had visited City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia. I already loved the place then, and do now even more after seeing so much of it in this episode. This is the kind of modern architecture I love. Not the simple plain cube one without anything special.

Please find many more pictures under the cut. Anything that hasn't John or Carole in it, is a screenshot.

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Anyone here interested in architecture? Please have a look through the pictures I took today while testing my new camera. All those nice houses are in the street where I live. Each similar in style, yet each individual and different. And so many nice details. In comparison how boring that one modern house is looking! No nice details at all.
These houses were built after 1900 when it was realized that workers need nice apartments to live in so they can work better. At the back of the houses are also small gardens.
Since we are a bit outside of the inner city these were not destroyed during the Dresden bombing but during 40 years of Eastern Germany they suffered and were never repaired. Now they are reconstructed to new beauty. One nicer than the other.

Please click the LJ cut to see all of them!

More pictures behind the cut )

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dieastra: Strauss (Strauss)
Anyone here interested in architecture? Please have a look through the pictures I took today while testing my new camera. All those nice houses are in the street where I live. Each similar in style, yet each individual and different. And so many nice details. In comparison how boring that one modern house is looking! No nice details at all.
These houses were built after 1900 when it was realized that workers need nice apartments to live in so they can work better. At the back of the houses are also small gardens.
Since we are a bit outside of the inner city these were not destroyed during the Dresden bombing but during 40 years of Eastern Germany they suffered and were never repaired. Now they are reconstructed to new beauty. One nicer than the other.

Please click the LJ cut to see all of them!

More pictures behind the cut )

 photo DSC00521.jpg
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Starting a new "architecture" tag today as I am really interested in interesting and unique buildings. The one I photographed today is the UFA Palast in Dresden, which is a cinema.

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Tweeted at 05.04.2015: https://twitter.com/dieastra/status/584782257195450370
dieastra: Strauss (Default)
Starting a new "architecture" tag today as I am really interested in interesting and unique buildings. The one I photographed today is the UFA Palast in Dresden, which is a cinema.

Click the LJ cut to see all the pictures )

 photo P4050031.jpg

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