Hello, dear friends and followers!
Welcome to my photo series taken in Berlin.
Today's selection was preceded by a quite usual (to me) associative series. Did you ever taste a Stollen, a traditional German bread eaten during the Christmas season? I used to bake it myself, but last weekend I saw one in a supermarket and decided to purchase it (it was a mistake). And only once I had a chance to buy the original Stollen, it was a few years ago in Berlin, but I missed it. Until today I feel very sorry.
But back to Berlin. Its architecture amazes. It's stylish, modern, elegant, concise.
Like the Holocaust Memorial.
Or modern buildings.
Or modern buildings and old bridge.
Even a staircase in an art museum.
Or remains of the Berlin Wall that remember so much...
And, of course, this amazing engineering construction, the cupola of the Reichstag Building made of a bunch of mirrors that catch the light up outside and bring it right to the parliament meeting hall beneath it.
These days, we hear Black Friday announcement from everywhere. Just a year ago, this hysteria could be countered with a weighty argument. To save on buying unnecessary things and put off for travel. Well, that has changed too.
Anyway, life goes on.
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