Passageway near the Blue Mosque, Sultanahmet, Istanbul, Turkey.
Brissac-Quincé, Maine et Loire, France. The castle of Brissac is the tallest castle in france, with 7 floors. In one of its 200 rooms (!) the king Louix XIII and his mother Marie de Médicis made up in 1620 after a fight for power.
Two goldfish, face to face, each in its own fishbown.
Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris, France. Designed by the french architect Jean Nouvel, the exterior walls of the institute has been inspired by arabic claustra walls. They are composed of large number of diaphragms, which can be individually closed to help regulate the inner temperature of the building.
Grande Gallerie of Château de Brissac, Maine-et-Loire, France. You can see on the walls Aubusson tapestries from 17th century. On the beams of the ceiling, paintings represents scenes from the ancient mythology, the bible or allegories of the four seasons.
Longest covered walkway, Summer Palace, Beijing, China.