Historic Center of Siena
Siena, it is like a large open-air museum of Gothic architecture. Many towering and towering Gothic buildings go straight into the sky. The ancient and majestic cathedral exudes the light of medieval religion, and the various shops in the streets and lanes Make this medieval city vibrant.
Historically, Siena was built by the son of Remus, so statues of twin wolves feeding twins can often be seen in town streets. Since the 12th century, with the development of commerce and trade, Siena has gradually become prosperous, and finally reached the strength to compete with Florence. During the 13th century, there have been many wars. In the 14th century, Siena entered its heyday, under the rule of the nine-member parliament, successively built world-famous buildings such as Siena Cathedral, City Hall and Field Square.
Siena's idyllic square is the historical and geographical core of the city. On every sunny day, there are always a lot of young people sitting in the square, sitting quietly, talking quietly, or having a picnic party to enjoy the Tuscan sun. There are also many elegant cafes around the square. No matter who they are, visitors who come to this square for the first time can't help but express their heartfelt admiration. Perhaps it is a wonderful experience to walk in the square.
The tower of the City Hall is a must-see attraction. It overlooks the square from a height and looks like a shell. In addition, the cathedral in the city center is also a gem of medieval religious architecture. It was built in 1215. The construction process spanned more than a century and was built by the efforts of countless Italian artists. SenLi Photographer
The entire city is a cultural heritage, and the wooden houses on the town of Quedlinburg allow you to cross the millennium of Germany.
Quedlinburg in the Harz Mountains in northern Germany. The town is almost entirely built with wooden frames, and these centuries-old European traditional buildings: wood-reinforced rooms also make Kui De Limburg is among the world's cultural heritage. In addition to its unique structural shape, these houses have an attractive place, that is, the pattern on the wall and the infinite colors. In this quaintness, there is no loss of romance. When I was playing in the town, the biggest fun was to photograph the walls and windows of different patterns and different colors.
Most of the houses here seem to have been in the history of hundreds of years. However, in fact, most of them have been renovated and renovated by local residents. They say that the Germans are a strict nation, but they have found almost Every household, the house is awkward! Can obsessive-compulsive offenders tolerate it?
The roadway and town planning pattern in the old city is mainly from the 12th century AD, and even some old buildings can be traced back to the 10th century. In 1384, Quedlinburg became a member of the low-lying Saxon Union city, and in 1426 AD, became a member of the Hanseatic League. Quedlinburg has always played an important role in the league before losing its trade privilege in 1477. Between the 16th and 17th centuries, with the development of urban economy and art, new semi-closed wooden houses began to appear. SenLi Photographer
Tokaj Wine Region
TOKAJ NOBILIS Winery
is located in the town of Tokaj, Hungary. This is a family-owned winery. It is managed by a couple. They have worked in some famous wineries and made a lot of wine development for the whole village. Contribute, some of their vineyards were passed down from their grandfathers. They have long-term wines that are pure and unique and of high quality. They have their own unique style. The proprietress hosted us, a road passing through it, and the winemaking area and underground of the old house. The wine cellar, on the other side of the road, is a very elegant wine tasting area. It is good to buy which one to buy.
This underground wine cellar is smaller, and the mini-family style is hard to lose. There are raisins being squeezed in the cellar, and I tasted a few, that sweet!
has five wines, still starting from the most refreshing furmint, the taste gradually deepens, and finally the most expensive liqueur Asz. MadameLee
Spain travels to Crdoba | You use the architectural writing history
Cordoba to attract me is this Moorish, Spanish mosque, and most importantly, the inside of the mosque is a church. Exclusion and oppression in the essence of religion are exquisite and exquisite here. You overthrew my tower. After a few hundred years, I demolished your dome. I will call back after a few hundred years, but they exist together here. But surrounded by more than a thousand horseshoe arches, who knows whether it is pride or tragedy.
It's small but definitely worth it, white roof blue roof, alleys with flower walls, ancient Roman bridges, Jewish ruins, you have countless reasons to come and sit down for a cup of Arabian mint tea Try a Moroccan Taji pot stewed lamb. LiAn Zhang
HC Andersens Hus
Most of them are familiar with San Gimignano, because they watched the first season of "Flowers and Teenagers", Liu Tao, Zhang Han and others.
San Gimignano, also known as San Gimignano, another small medieval town in the Siena district, once home to the ancient Jane Road in France (the pilgrimage route from Canterbury to Rome) and fertile land. The rich agricultural resources are splendid, and the same is because the Black Death has come to an abrupt end. After the Black Death has been ravaged, the Medici family has taken this small independent town into the jurisdiction of Florence. Since then, it has never prospered before/hh. / San Gimignano is known for its white wine and towers. The struggles within the medieval aristocracy intensified, and various disputes and competitions between the families showed their power, wealth and identity with the height of the tower. Therefore, at that time, the aristocrats were rushing to build their own towers. The more they built, the more they built, the more 72 towers were clearly visible outside the distant city, until San Gimiano was returned. Under the jurisdiction of Florence, the height of the tower is reduced and must not exceed the Palazzo Comunale City Hall. NianXiao Yi
Piazza del Campo
The Shell Square, also known as the Piazza del Campo, has been the center of Siena since the 14th century and is the soul of Siena. Its unique shell shape is a masterpiece in the history of architecture. Overlooking the heights, the square is a huge shell-shaped fan. It consists of nine parts, representing the nine members of the Siena government
square, as well as many coffee shops, souvenir shops, restaurants and aristocratic apartments. The 11 roads around the square extend to all corners of the city
Siena City Hall Palazzo Pubblico
built at the end of the 13th century, now the city museum, the front of the recession against the square's convex line, is Siena The most brilliant representative of Gothic architecture. The city hall houses exquisite murals, and the front hall has a symbol of the city - the bronze statue of the female wolf
Mangia Tower 8 ohm
boarding can see the city of Siena, 500 multi-level stairs, 102 meters high NianXiao Yi
Historic Center of Siena
About Siena, if you are not familiar, then know the following points, you can understand his position in the Tuscany region
1. Roman brothers, "mother wolf baby" is about the source of Rome It is said that Siena was founded by the son of Remus, one of the twins fed by the wolf, so the sign of the wolf feeding can be seen everywhere in Siena, and it also lays the important lineage of Siena
2 The fierce enemy of Florence, the 12-13th century is the most prosperous period of Siena, the Siena Bank brought wealth and prestige here, Siena as an independent city-state, the emperor and the Pope of Florence are incompatible with each other. There have been countless battles in the territorial disputes, until the outbreak of the Black Death in Siena, the loss was heavy, nearly two-thirds of the population was extinct from the epidemic
3. The Renaissance pursued the Gothic dream, Siena adhered to a Gothic dreams, churches, squares, fountains have maintained their own Gothic obstinacy, which is also a unique self-promotion in the Renaissance trend
4. Horse Racing Festival, July 2 and August 16 each year Held twice, at this time Siena blooms his own heat Blood in front of the world
5. Tiramisu's hometown of Tiramis, Siena from the heyday to the silence, completed his centuries of historical missions, the story here has a long history, like Florence has a heavy accumulation of sediment, As the city of glory in Tuscany, it is worthwhile to carefully recollect
shuttle through the world heritage treasure house, to slow down and feel the medieval atmosphere around us. NianXiao Yi
Piazza Pio II
Piazza Pio II
As mentioned earlier, the architect Bernardo Rossellino was appointed to renovate the town and design and build the main church square, the town hall and the Palais des Papes. In order to highlight the palaces and churches, in an finite space, design an asymmetrical geometric shape, sheltering the Second Square
irregular trapezoids, thus forming the center of the city and focus
Lonely Planet write By the way, if you rotate 360 degrees on the square, you can enjoy all the Renaissance treasures of Pienza.
Palazzo Piccolomini on the west side of Pius II Square, the rural residence of Pope Pius II
The main bishop's palace on the east side of the Pilgrimage Square, Palazzo Vescovile
the north side of the Prison II Square Hall with a conspicuous jagged bell tower NianXiao Yi
Casa di Giulietta
Verona, at first, was curious about Juliet's story, and Verona was very suitable for a night in Milan and Venice. I didn't expect it to be the most memorable place, even more than Milan and Venice. Love
Verona, one of Italy's oldest, most beautiful and glorious cities, Latin means "extremely elegant city", the whole city is small and exquisite, compared to Milan, just left, Verona has given you a clean and elegant
two-two-two people, bathing in the wicker chair in the sun
from the pleasure time of Milan to slow down here, brisk pace in the ancient town, all gods Refreshing NianXiao Yi
Norway's most famous fjord: Geiranger, Geiranger. Perhaps the scenery is so picturesque, between the mountains and the waters, there are waterfalls flowing down from time to time. This trip was carried by a cruise into the fjord. In the early morning, accompanied by the sunrise sun, everyone began to walk up the deck to enjoy the surrounding scenery, and sometimes sit on the bow and watch the scenery, and sometimes rushed to take pictures between the decks.
The Geirangerfjord is located in the northern part of Bergen on the southwest coast of Norway and is one of the most beautiful and mysterious places in the Norwegian fjord. The fjord is 16 kilometers long and stands on the banks of the mountains at an altitude of 1,500 meters above sea level. The fjord is famous for its many waterfalls, and many waterfalls lie down the steep rock wall into the fjord. Since I couldnt hear the radio on the ship, I didnt notice the legendary Seven Sisters Waterfall and The Brides Veil. The following are some waterfall photos taken along the way. SenLi Photographer
HC Andersens Hus
The famous writer and poet Hans Christian Andersen was born in Odense on April 2, 1805. A house now located in the old town of Odense has been converted into a museum, collecting a large number of works and supplies from Andersen. The museum has a total of 18 showrooms. The first 12 chronological introductions of Andersen's life and works of various periods showcase a large number of manuscripts of Andersen's works, letters and drawings, as well as oil paintings and sculptures by Andersian artists and artists about the life of Andersen. At the ticket office of the museum, you can get a guidebook in Chinese, which also includes a description of the location of Andersen throughout the city of Odense. Interested parties can visit the fairy tale master's childhood along the route in the manual.
Not far from the town, in a small, inconspicuous house, where he lived in his childhood. Andersen was poor when he was a child. His father was a shoemaker. Although he didnt study for a few days, he liked reading. When he was free, he would read some songs. As a child, Andersen always likes to sit next to his father, listen to children's songs, and shake his head. SenLi Photographer