This year the “City of Wings” in Ypres was again the place to be for street artists. The yearly festival is held in Ypres on the 8-9-10 of April and is one of the biggest promotion festivals for street artists. Also, every year hundreds of photographers come to the festival to take photos of the artist scene, the public and the magical environment. Last year, one of my photos ended in the photo exhibition. More info of the yearly festival can be found here.
Black and white series of photos taken during my stay in Krakow. A beautiful city, nice people. A couple of photos were taken in Kazimierz Jewish quarter and others were taken in the area around the main square. Krakow has everything for a good city trip.
The Place du Tertre is a square in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. Only a few streets away from Montmartre‘s Basilica of the Sacré Cœur and the Lapin Agile, it is the heart of the city’s elevated Montmartre quarter.
With it’s daily artists, it’s one of the most visited places in Paris.
Père Lachaise Cemetery is the largest cemetery in Paris (44 hectares ). It’s located on the Boulevard de Ménilmontant.
Père Lachaise is still an operating cemetery and accepting new burials. However, the rules to be buried in a Paris cemetery are rather strict: people may be buried in one of these cemeteries if they die in the French capital city or if they lived there.
Among them a long list of artists, musicians and other famous people from all over the world.
If you plan to visit this Cemetery, be sure to reserve a couple of hours. It’s huge !
Build between 1904 and 1906 according to plans from architect Van Humbeek, the Royal Depot was destined for long-term storage of goods under the control of the government.
As soon as you enter the site your eyes are drawn to the left to a breathtaking example of industrial architecture, with an imposing façade.
At the outside, there a some small constructions left from this huge industrial site.