The Arch of Constantine, near the Coliseum in Roma, has been built at the beginning of the 4th century to celebrate the victories and the reign of the 34th Roman emperor Constantine the 1st.
The massive silhouette of Mt Agung appears over the lake and buildings of Taman Soekasada Ujung, the "Water Palace". Bali, Indonesia.
Old street in the Latin Quarter, Paris, France.
Clifton beach, Cape Town, South Africa.
Temple of Tanah Lot at rising tide, Bali, Indonesia.
Spices shop in the Egyptian Bazaar, Istanbul, Turkey.
The temples of the Acropolis at night, from the heights of Mouseion Hill. At the forefront, the Odeon of Herode Atticus, on the back, the Mount Lycabettus.
The temple of Aphaea is located on the island of Aegina, 20km south of Athens. Built circa 500 BC, it stands on a peak 160m above sea level, on the eastern side of the island, offering a beautiful view of the Saronic Gulf.
One of the 15 remaining columns of the temple of Olympian Zeus, lays broken on the ground since its fall because of a storm in 1852.
The street leading to St Peter’s Square from the Castel Sant’Angelo at dusk. Rome, Italy.
Cape of Good Hope, South Africa.
Markellos tower, Aegina, Greece.
The sun sets over St Peter Basilica and Sant’Angelo bridge in Rome, Italy.
Old oil colour painting tubes.
Taman Nusa museum, Bali, Indonesia.
Balinese doing ritual purification in the holy spring of Tirta Empul temple. Bali, Indonesia.