Arch of Galerius, Thessaloniki, Greece

Arch of Galerius, Thessaloniki, Greece. The arch was built in 298 to 299 AD and dedicated in 303 AD to celebrate the victory of the tetrarch Galerius over the Sassanid Persians and capture of their capital Ctesiphon in 298

Thessaloniki balconies

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"The 53 kilometres of porticoes have protected the Bolognesi from the elements for over 1000 years; sometimes known as the city’s umbrellas locals are happy to walk out in the rain sure in the knowledge that they can arrive at their destination without getting wet"

Bologna - The Red, The Fat and The Learned. Not only pretty and lots of great porticos, but a gastronomical dream. I gained some serious weight here!

Thessaloniki Greece

My Greek “odyssey” An introduction: “Because the Mayavadis are great offenders and atheistic philosophers, the holy name of Krsna does not come from their mouths.

Hackney City Farm - Bethnall Green

There are a few farms in London – Hackney City Farm is a great one. As well as the usual animals, they offer pottery painting sessions and mosaic making. Don’t leave without buying some fresh eggs!

The Blind Beggar's dog, Bethnal Green

On Lubetkin's Cranbrook Estate, yet another incarnation of the Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green by Elizabeth Frinks, who appears on the arms of the old borough as well as in the name of the famous pub associated with the Kray Twins.

Bologna porticos

Wanderlist: My Dream Fall Getaway: Autumnal Bologna Collection