Esztergom is a city in the north of Hungary, on the right bank of the Danube river, which forms the border with Slovakia, not very far from Budapest, and most accessible by city train. I went there after lunch, walk around the town, visited their cathedral and some other important sites, and then returned to Budapest for supper. Although the city seems to have been left behind, one can still appreciate the historicity of this place, which was once the capital of Hungary and the seat of the Primate of the Roman Catholic Church in the country.
Cartagena in Colombia, the new and the old, from the fort in the late afternoon.
Situated on the highest hill of Cartagena, Colombia is a Church dedicated to the Patron Saint of the city, Nuestra Senora de la Candelaria (Our Lady of the Presentation). It was established by the Augustinian Friars in the 17th century.
The most populous city in New Zealand
What St. Mark is to the Venetians, St. Blaise is to the people of Dubrovnik.
The famous Darling Harbour in Sydney, Australia at night.
Voted as the twelfth best quality of living in the world…with a climate that is generally temperate all year round.