Ria Lapiz

Ria Lapiz

Ria Lapiz
Flere idéer fra Ria
Danijela Živković - Google+ - Piata Mare, Sibiu, Romania

Danijela Živković - Google+ - Piata Mare, Sibiu, Romania

(via Sibiu Romania, a photo from Sibiu, West |...

(via Sibiu Romania, a photo from Sibiu, West |...

Nigel Owen  - Map of Berlin for Lonely Planet Magazine

Nigel Owen - Map of Berlin for Lonely Planet Magazine

Modern Architecture In Germany – Sony Center Berlin

Modern Architecture In Germany – Sony Center Berlin

ZOE MORE O'FERRALL // ILLUSTRATION - Map of Berlin

ZOE MORE O'FERRALL // ILLUSTRATION - Map of Berlin

Book Tower of german authors Berlim

Book Tower of german authors Berlim

Aquarium elevator, Berlin, Germany

Aquarium elevator, Berlin, Germany

Studio SSS - Inspiration for my own travel illustration - with @Hollie Baker Schattner; Thank you, @Cori Schattner

Studio SSS - Inspiration for my own travel illustration - with @Hollie Baker Schattner; Thank you, @Cori Schattner

The Spandau Citadel (German: Zitadelle Spandau) is a fortress in Berlin, Germany, one of the best-preserved Renaissance military structures of Europe.

The Spandau Citadel (German: Zitadelle Spandau) is a fortress in Berlin, Germany, one of the best-preserved Renaissance military structures of Europe.

Abandoned Spreepark, Berlin.  From 1969 to 1989, Cultural Park Plänterwald was East Germany's premiere amusement park. Later rechristened "Spreepark," it eventually closed in 2002, after the park's operator picked up and left for Peru .  He and his son were later arrested for trying to smuggle 167 kilograms of cocaine back to Germany inside the "Flying Carpet" carousel.  Recently released from prison, the owner is thought to live somewhere within the park's mysterious grounds.

Abandoned Spreepark, Berlin. From 1969 to 1989, Cultural Park Plänterwald was East Germany's premiere amusement park. Later rechristened "Spreepark," it eventually closed in 2002, after the park's operator picked up and left for Peru . He and his son were later arrested for trying to smuggle 167 kilograms of cocaine back to Germany inside the "Flying Carpet" carousel. Recently released from prison, the owner is thought to live somewhere within the park's mysterious grounds.