Tag Archives: Architecture

Historic City Hall of Tangermünde

This picture shows the historic city hall of Tangermünde. It is considered as a very beautiful example of secular architecture of the late middle ages in the northern part of Germany. Nowadays it is being used as a museum about the history of the city of Tangermünde and as a wedding location.

More pictures taken in Tangermünde

A Thundercloud over Methoni Kastro

Over the Castle of Methoni hangs a dark and ominous thundercloud. Methoni Castle (Methoni Kastro) was built in the 15. century and is of Venetian military architecture. This picture was taken from the octogonal fortress oposing this great Kastro. The medieval port was the longes held possession of the Venetians at the Peloponnese

More pictures taken at the Peloponnese

Sint Servaasbrug with golden light

The Sint Servaasbrug (or the St. Servatius Bridge, in Maastricht ‘Aw Brögk’) is an arched stone footbridge across the Meuse River in Maastricht, Netherlands. It connects the Wyck district with the city center.

More pictures taken in Maastricht

Bonnefantenmuseum Maastricht

The Bonnefantenmuseum in Maastricht is a museum of fine art. It is housed in a building from the Architect Aldo Rossi. It is considered a landmark of Maastricht.

This picture shows the Bonnefantenmuseum at night, taken from the other side of the Maas, making the river Maas a nice foreground for the building in this picture, with reflections from the lights on the other side.

To the Maastricht gallery

Holy Heart Of Jesus Church in Haanrade (Kerkrade) at Night

This Church of Haanrade has been photographed by me at the beginning of the night, during the blue hour.

The Holy Heart of Jesus Church is a roman-catholic Church in Haanrade (Kerkrade), The Netherlands. Building started 1931 after a design of Caspar Franssen and Joseph Franssen from Roermond. In front of the church you can find a statue of the Holy Heart from the sculptor Victor Sprenkels