Hi sweety! I live in Buenos Aires, Argentina en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buenos_a… Buenos Aires is a top tourist destination, and is known for its European-style architecture and rich cultural life, with the highest concentration of theatres in the world. I leave some photos for you to know our city, they've been taken by a great argentinian photographer tgrq Port: Our planetarium: The city: We've got some gorgeous buildings as You can know more about our beautiful city here: www.batravelguide.com/2007/08/… www.gringoinbuenosaires.com/bu…
Hmm, that's a little bit difficult. My hometown is Osnabrück, Germany but I live and study in Dresden, Germany, so at the moment I have two homes I don't have pictures which show Osnabrück, but I have some showing Dresden, so here they are: :thumb283278176: [link] the Semperoper, Dresden, our big opera with a big prom every year :thumb283279927: [link] the Zwinger, a big building with museums :thumb283275689: [link] The Catholic Church of the Royal Court of Saxony' is one of just a few catholic churches in Saxony. :thumb283269430: [link] the Frauenkirche :thumb262183884: [link] our library :thumb337246734: [link] the former summer residence of the saxonian ruler :thumb314030544: [link] the telpher railway and a little view of the city :thumb283272292: [link] the Fuerstenzug, a big mosaik which show all of the princes of saxonia :thumb318815036: [link] the Elbe-Sandstone-Mountains, some big mountains near Dresden :thumb283264740: [link] A view of the streets and another churhc of Dresden
Dresden is really amazing! My father was there in the 60's and brought home gorgeous photos, still B&W. I was many times in Germany, but I haven't got there yet - I want very much to visit, and I'm sure I will. Thank you so much for sharing, I really appreciate
You must visit Dresden, it's really different today, since there are many things existing again, for example the Frauenkirche I would love to see the pictures of your father, they must be great. You're very welcome
Ohio, USA. Most of Ohio is corn fields, but I live near the main city of Columbus. Columbus is really interesting, at least.
The skyline: [link] The (american) football stadium of choice, of The Ohio State University: (it's like a really big deal here.) [link] My favourite district: (this is a small town full of local shops and boutiques. It's the arts district of Columbus.) [link] And the big science centre called Cosi (co-sigh): [link] They have a ton of exhibits and demonstrations, like this one about weather: [link] . I like the city, the problem is the people I'm surrounded by.
Tampere, Finland Here is a link to Tampere, Wikipedia: [link]
Originally I'm from a smaller town, called Piikkiö (it has now become a part of another town, called Kaarina) . There were 7000 people living in Piikkiö. It is about 200km from where I live now and all my family lives there or the areas around it and most of my friends, too...
bridgwater, somerset which is south west england, unfortunately because of a major tragedy that happened last night between my town and the next we are well known at the moment here is the bbc news [link]
we are also known formore uplifting reasons, The Wurzels, check out the wurzels - combine harvester on youtube lol
we are also known for the bridgwater carnival the town is known as the home of carnival [link]
and finally the bridgwater fair which is also once a year but there is no website for that.
Yes, I saw the news, what a tragedy! Here the weather has been terrible too and we had some minor situations as floods and damages caused by the strong wind. Anyway thank you so much for sharing, you live in a beautiful town!