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The Most Instagrammable Places in Washington DC

The Most Instagrammable Places in Washington DC

When I first visited Washington D.C. I thought it would be nothing more than plain white political powerhouses and generic American architecture. Boy was I wrong! I was shocked to see what a beautiful city this was. The central sightseeing portion of this city is extremely walkable so its easy to just wander around from place to place taking snapshots of the bright, bold and brilliant art and architecture which makes Washington such an incredible place to visit.

Artistic Walking Tour of Berlin

Artistic Walking Tour of Berlin

One way which I love to explore a city, especially for the first time, is through their works of art. Both historical and right up to modern day. Art teaches us about the culture of people who made it. What was important to them, what moved them, what inspired them? Even what shaped them.

MET Heavenly Bodies Exhibition: The Cloisters

MET Heavenly Bodies Exhibition: The Cloisters

The Heavenly Bodies collection at the Cloisters focuses on the quiet, reflective nature of faith. The outfits are more complicated, require more thought and observation, and due to the remote location, allows you to have a more personal experience with the objects.

Nine Most Romantic Museums Around the World

Nine Most Romantic Museums Around the World

Valentines Day is upon us, and there is no better way to celebrate the season of love than by rounding up our favourite Museums around the world which will inspire passion, desire and tenderness.

Dresden's Hidden Treasure Inside the Green Vault

Dresden's Hidden Treasure Inside the Green Vault

The first place I wanted to visit in Dresden was the fabled "Green Vault".  The Green Vault or *Grünes Gewölbe* is Europe's largest collection of precious, historical treasures. It was the first public museum in all of Europe featuring a collection of crown jewels, royal bowls carved out of crystal, agate and ivory, golden figurines with multicoloured gems inlaid within and the ‘Dresden Green’ - the largest green diamond in the world. When walking up to the Green Vault, I suppose you expect to see a big green building but in fact, the gallery got its name a different way. During it's original construction, the columns and bases which held up the vaulted ceiling were all painted green - giving the entire place an Emerald city like vibe.