Francisco del Pozo Pares shared his work with ArkitecTrue. You will appreciate the detail work he has done. If you haven’t look at the previous two entries, I highly recommend you to take a look at it.
Toledo was not in my list of must-see places. My dad, who is also an architect, convinced me to go there, see the architecture and spend at least a day there. If the daddy says you have to, then I have to go! The only regret I have is not spending enough time in Toledo. It is only 70 km south of Madrid which is half an hour by train and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. The old city is located on a mountaintop with a 150 degree view, surrounded on three sides by a bend in…
And here we are in our last stop in the great city of Barcelona! Where the palm trees grow freely, the architecture grows freely, and both of these put me in a good mood. As I was walking around and inside of the very famous architectural buildings, I couldn’t help but think of how advanced the architecture is in Spain.
Everyone knows the streets of Paris – city of love and romance. Do you know what is underneath it? Have you ever been curious to know? Don’t worry, even most of the Parisians are not aware of it! But here is your chance to start at least reading about it. In the February 2011 issue of National Geographic magazine, which is on newsstands now, you can find an amazing article along with great photos. I got an exclusive photos and an excerpt from the article to share with you.