Manneken pis, Brussels

Manneken Pis has become the symbol of Brussels, like Eiffel tower for Paris.The name means in Dutch as "Little man Pee". It is a  small bronze sculpture (61 cm), depicting a naked little boy urinating into a fountain's basin. It was designed by Hiëronymus Duquesnoy the Elder in 1618. It is not very far from the town hall,  take the left lane next to... Continue Reading →

Capitole de Toulouse..

  I remember in my bucket list I put one photo of Capitole, borrowed from Google ! And then I saw this building for the first time and then many times. I clicked some photos, and I explored inside. I did not really know before that it holds such great pieces of paintings and sculptures apart from... Continue Reading →

Sjöhistoriska museet, Stockholm.

Sjöhistoriska museet or national maritime museum of Sweden is situated in Musieparken, Stockholm along with several other museum like tekniska and polismuseet. I have a fascination for maritime museums since I visited  Barcelona Maritime museum and while doing my trip planning, I saw the stockholm museum offers free entry. So, there was no reason to... Continue Reading →

Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam: The Royal Palace of Amsterdam

The Royal Palace Amsterdam is one of three Palaces used by the Dutch Monarch, notably for State Visits, Award Ceremonies, New Years Receptions and other official functions. The building plays a role in royal weddings and in the abdication and investiture of the Monarch. When the Palace is not in use by the Royal House, the Amsterdam... Continue Reading →

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