Europe - Views of the old world
Assorted images from Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Greenland, France, Italy, Turkey, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, Finland and other weird places.
Row your boat
The river La Riera divides the city into Upper town and Lower town.
This bridge crosses the Rhine river. It is the most heavily used railway bridge in Germany, since it connects Hauptbahnhof and Messe/Deutz stations.
Hohenzollern Bridge, Cologne
Thy fearful symmetry
The old warehouses are divided by canals.
Top of the world
A beautiful early morning in the snowy mountains.
Snowboarding in Hemsedal, Norway
Ice ice baby
Opera House in Oslo, Norway
Since estate is very expensive, many chose the houseboat alternative for a life in the canals.
Reach for the sky
This is the largest church in Germany. Construction began in 1248 to store the remains of the three wise men (Melchior, Balthazar and Gaspar), brought from Milan by the Roman Emperor Barbarossa in 1164.
Where ocean pulls me close
The northernmost part of Denmark is named Grenen, a small slice of mud where two oceans meet: Skagerrak and Kattegatt.
Across the Rhine
Mittlere Brücke from 1226 is one of the oldest Rhine crossings.
Bay of the maiden
According to legend, the stretch of sand across the bay was named after a girl who filled her skirt with sand and tried to make a bridge for herself across the water to escape the pirates raiding her village.
Dinner with a view
Narvik is located below the mountain Rombakkstötta (1300 meters high) and this restaurant is located at 653 meters.
Fjällheisrestaurangen in Narvik, Norway
City on the edge of forever
The most remote birthday celebration I've ever attended.
The village of Svolvaer in Lofoten, Norway
Above the senate
The cathedral at Senate square in Helsinki, Finland
Bay of prey
The harbor of Narvik is free of ice all year due to the Gulf Stream. Also being an export harbor for Swedish iron, it became a target of strategic importance during World War II.
The pine hills are alive
This is the city of Marmaris, located at the meeting place of the Mediterranean and Aegean sea. It has one of the world's largest natural harbors and is preferably entered by boat.
Man with a hat
One of many statues in Helsinki.
The white tower
Avenue de Gabriel Roca in Palma, Spain
Call David Bowman
The Monolith Plateau features 36 figure groups, surrounding The Monolith itself which took 14 years to accomplish and was unveiled in 1944, featuring 121 human figures.
Vigeland installation within Frogner Park in Oslo, Norway
Wish you were here
A beautiful spring day along the water.
Overgaden Neden Vandet, Copenhagen
Keeping an eye out
Rising above the mud
Kronborg is a castle situated on a small island just off the coast of Denmark. It was the model for Elsinore in Hamlet, and according to legend it is the final resting place of Danish king Holger Danske, who fought side by side with Charlemagne against the Saracens.
The two towers
Christiansborg to the right might be impressive, but the Dragon Spire on the left completely steals the show. It consists of the tails of four dragons twined together, reaching a height of 56 meter.
At the edge of Black Forest
Freiburg is located on the western edge of the southern Schwarzwald, neighbouring the Schlossberg.
Shades of green
The trees outside Esca are a colorful contrast to the old bricks of St Pauls Church.
Into the air
The Schauinsland is a mountain in the Schwarzwald area, 1284 meters above sea level.
Getting a lift in Schauinsland