Lovely... and seemingly well out of place!
Vienna .... one of the largest square, lined by exceptional buildings, cafes, restaurants, with stately trees in the square, building perfect hideaways from the city, abundant flowers, and on and on. I think I could be there every day of the year and always discover something new.
Vienna and Austria is very lucky that way. Flying into Vienna from countries with parched earth it seems like a dream place.
Merisi, I love seeing this city meadow. Hoping that it's in no danger of being paved over for some sort of pathway for vehicles, two- or four-wheelers.xo
This is a park, right in the city center, that should be safe from being built or paved over.
Don't I just want to have a look over that hedge. Super shot.
And all you have to do is walk for a few more feet, and there it lies, that beautiful building on top of the hill! ;-)
Wondering what that is at the top!
An Art Nouveau jewel, Amy - in fact, two jewels. ;-)
The Palm House?
A building by another renowned Viennese Art Nouveau architect! ;-)
Merisi, it's very mysterious - your images instantly trigger the precise spot.We're in the Karlsplatz. And Annie Lennox is in my head singing about 'underground trains'.
It's a shot that begged to be taken! I am still trying to figure out where exactly Resselpark ends and Karlsplatz begins:Right now I think that Resselpark is in the middle of Karlsplatz. ;-)
Lovely anytime you see greenery in the city
Vienna's a very green city, so many green spaces!
Coming up from the underground station it feels as if one has landed in a sort of paradise on earth!
Love this summer photo!
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