Colca Canyon is one of the deepest in the world with a depth of over 3000 meters. Located in the south of Peru, it is still the home of Quechua (over 3 million) and Aymara (around 1 million) speaking people who lived here before the Incas assimilated them in the 14th century. Even after the Spanish... Continue Reading →
Starting with a hunting lodge in the early 1600s, becoming then a pleasure park for the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I, the Augarten Park was almost completely destroyed during the Turkish siege. During it's restoration, a garden palace was also built where presently the headquarters of the Augarten Porzellanmanufaktur are located. The french style gardens were open... Continue Reading →
Although it feels more like spring, here it goes: Merry Christmas!
You are still missing something in your life if you haven't seen some Charlie Chaplin movies: http://www.charliechaplin.com/en/films