Louvre Museum Italian Paintings Section
Paris is “The Most Beautiful City in the World” for many people. The city is associated with romantism. Therefore it’s most popular city for honeymoon couples. Novels like Da Vinci Code inspired by Paris, operas like The Notre Damme described the life of Paris. Many iconic movies like Amelie filmed in Paris too.
In this article, I will try to provide you a virtual tour of Italian paintings section. It’s definitely impossible to describe the Louvre Museum in a single blog post. Since the museum is housing more than 35.000 pieces. Therefore it’s best to focus on the most popular section and its artworks. Read More
A Brief History Of The Madrid’s Prado Museum
Museo Del Prado (Prado Museum) shines like diomand in the center of Madrid. The museum houses one of the richest painting collection of the Europe. The collection includes paintings from 12th Century to the 19th Century.
Prado is opened in 1819 by the King of Spain: Carlos III. You can see the King’s famous statue in the middle of “Puearta Del Sol” square of Madrid.
The precious collection of the Spanish Royal Family exhibited in the museum. Famous painters Valazquez, Goya, El Greco, Raphael, Rubens , Rembrandt and Murillo represented in this fantastic museum. Read More
A Brief History Of The Florence’s Uffizi Gallery
Uffizi Gallery is housing the most valuable artworks of Renaissance painters. The stars of Renaissance period such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael represented in this fantastic museum. Therefore Uffizi is considered as one of the Top 5 museums in Europe due to the richness of its collection. Considering that the city of Florence was the center of Renaissance age, it’s not very surprising at all. Read More
About The Artworks Of Vatican Museums
Vatican Museums housing one of the most important art collections of the world. The splendid collection of Vatican, has been collected by the Popes of Catholic Church. The collection contains paintings, statues, maps and the other art pieces. Read More
Barcelona Architecture And Antoni Gaudi Buildings
There is so much to tell about Barcelona and it’s not possible to squeeze everything in a single blog post. Therefore I tried to display the action of the streets in my first blog post. This second article is reserved for Barcelona‘s cultural & architectural heritage.
Barcelona has the legacy of painters like Salvador Dali and Picasso and the architect Gaudi. Even a week might not be enough to experience its unique features. Catalan people’s distinctive culture is making the Barcelona cultural capital of Spain.
Modernism Architectural Literary In Barcelona
Although this blog post was written to mention Barcelona’s inventive architecture, it’s somehow dedicated to Antoni Gaudi since he left a signature to the corners of the city. I will try to tell you about his life and works in this humble article. Read More
Best Things To Do & Places To Visit In Rome
I invite you to discover the Things To Do in Rome with my humble article. Useful information through various maps and photos.
History Of Ancient Rome: Rise And Fall Of An Empire
Rome is a city which shares the common history with Istanbul. As we know, Rome was the capital of the Roman Empire which dominated Mediterranean coastlines for hundreds of years. After 330 A.D. The Rome became co-capital alongside with Constantinople (Istanbul) and the Roman Emperor Constantine moved to the “New Rome” Constantinople.
Soon afterwards, the Rome had been occupied by Goths and faced the collapse of Western Roman Empire. Yet, it managed to gain back its power and glory thanks to the new religious order. Catholic Pope was so quick to fill the power vacuum that was left by the Roman Emperors. He had an edge over Europe, united the continent under one religion: Christianity. Pope his holiness made the Rome once more, the capital of the known World.
And nowadays the Rome is the touristic centre of the world thanks to this gorgeous heritage left from Ancient & Medieval Eras. Read More