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@jaime.m.martins

This is a colorful medieval town of the romantic 🌸route of Bavaria. Anyone have doubts? Every house is like these😍. . . . . . . . . . . #germany #tlpics #iamatraveller #iamtraveler #dinkelsbuhl #romantictown #historictown #medievaltown #dreamingplace #travelling_europe #travelling #citybreak #Discoverglobe #travelawesome #travelstagram__ at Dinkelsbühl

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@gezentipenguen

™ Afrika için iyilik güzellik vakti. Küllerinden doğmak böyle birşey. Aynı şeyi insanlık için de diliyorum. at V & A Waterfront

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@elisabeth.buu

I love Tulum so matcha at Matcha Mama

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@viajessarasate

Ver atardecer con los Masais después de un día de safari no se puede explicar con palabras. #Kenia #safari #Africa #masaimara #masai #viajar #viajes #travel #traveltheworld #iamtraveler #wearetravelers

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@yamijd

Casa viva ◽️🌱

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@filiparamos_

I know the sun must set to rise 💫 at Praia Do Areinho, Oliveira Do Douro

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@traveltunisia_

at Acropolium of Carthage

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@marco_capitanio

[ #viamargutta ] . U N I O N E at Via Margutta

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@nocantfant

*Joy*📸🇺🇸Create Your World! Statue art here at Omaha, Nebraska is a wonderful sight to see! |Why not, but of course| #nocantlifestyle #nocantfant #nebraska at Omaha, Nebraska

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@bricelyliriano

Long time no selfie! U guys I’m so excited because it’s snowing in New York 🥰 at New York, New York

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@viajocomoquiero

¡Hola viajeros!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Aquí nos encontramos Isaac y yo, juntos ante las adversidades y superando esfuerzos por conseguir nuestro objetivo. Este día, nos costó llegar al Volcán Bromo (Indonesia) pero al final lo conseguimos... Sin duda el mejor lugar de Java. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Si quieres conocer más sobre esta isla de Indonesia, ¡hemos publicado el post ayer!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Haz click en la bio para verlo y si te animas ¡déjanos tus comentarios!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ @javaexotica⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #viajocomoquiero #trip #blogger #blog #blogger #mrwonderfulcities #iamtraveler #viajeros #coupleswhotravel #travellovers #bromo #java #indonesia

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@natashafaruque

Looking out towards the weekend like... ☀️ @comomaalifushi #TashTravels #throwbackthursday at COMO Maalifushi, Maldives

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@marianapostcards

I used to think I was extermely introverted because I really like being alone but it turns out I just like being at peace with myself and my surrondings & I am extroverted when I’m around people who bring me comfort and happiness🌛✨ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Are you introverted or extroverted? (or both like me) at Laguna Beach, California

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@purapasionviajera

Saltar al vacío, seguir el instinto, perseguir los sueños y arriesgar. No es fácil tomar la decisión, por eso dicen que soñar es gratis, soñar quizás sí, pero hacer realidad eso que llevas años soñado no. A unos 15 días de poner rumbo a la gran aventura mi cabeza es lo más parecido a una olla a presión. Dejar atrás un trabajo de 8 años, al que sé que no podré volver, donde tan bien he estado y al que le debo tantas cosas. No todo el mundo deja un trabajo porque no su jefx es un cabrxn o está harta. No, no es mi caso, yo no podía tener mejor jefa y ojalá allá dónde vaya me encuentre a una jefa igual, aunque sinceramente tengo mis dudas, gran persona humana y a la que solo tengo palabras de agradecimiento. Dejar atrás la comodidad, la rutina, la estabilidad, la familia, el perrete. Dejar atrás mi vida para enfrentarte a lo desconocido, lo nuevo, la incertidumbre, el no saber nada, ni siquiera tener la tranquilidad de saber que cada mes ingresarán X cantidad en mi cuenta. Sí, es un salto al vacío que ahora me aterra y me hace sentir pequeña, me atormenta sentir que he perdido un trabajo. No te voy a engañar, perseguir los sueños es alucinante, una maldita montaña rusa emocional, una lucha entre el diablo cabrón y el ángel toca cojones pero a la que hacia tiempo que ansiaba subirme. Lo que si tengo claro, es que es momento de caminar, de aprender, de ser valiente, dejarse llevar y fluir con lo que estar por llegar. .. . #viajera #viaje #viajar #viajaresvivir #lovetravel #wanderlust #lifestyle #backpacking #backpacker #mochileros #iatiporelmundo #wanderlust #lifestyle #wanderfulworld #beatifulplaces #loveworld #travelphotography #tipoftheday #iamtraveler #uzbekistan #samarkand #mujeresviajeras #lonelyplanet #natgeotravel #silkroad #crecimientopersonal #dreams

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@katherine_wonder

В лучах заката😍 И если вы думали, что это был дайджест моего летнего путешествия, то вы очень сильно ошибались😄 Это всего лишь история первого дня😉💪 #creete #sea #mytinyatlas #iamtraveler #vscoitaly #thenoisetier #greece #travelaroundtheworld #exploretheworld #travelmood #nature #thatsdarling #traveladdict #vscoeurope #iamatraveler #bestofvsco #beach #playa #likeforlikes #visitgreece #topgreecephoto #mare #mar #summertime #postitfortheaesthetic #vscogreece #estate #thatauthenticfeeling #littlestoriesofmylife at Hersonissos Crete

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@julietrclt

Looking at the top of Cradle Mountain behind the clouds thinking « I was there » ✨ at Cradle Mountain

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@kamelierosa

Left the airport at 2pm and back at the office at 3pm... i love my life 🤣🤣🤣 took this shot on my way to the office on foot!! I’m sure i will have a really good night sleep tonight 💤😴🛏 . . . 🇮🇪 🇮🇪 🇮🇪 . . . #dublin #ireland #sunsetindublin #discoverdublin #dublincity #dublinireland #ireland🍀 #eire #experienceireland #visitireland #dametraveler #cnntravel #travelandlife #travelandleisure #iamtraveler #roamtheworld #travelgram #wanderwisely #travelphotography #solotraveler #traveldiary #topdublinphoto #visitdublin #illgrammers #chasinglight #huffpostgram #travelstoke #traveldeeper #passionpassport #thecreative at Department of the Taoiseach

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@littlekhanswanderlust

Missing those sun kissed days in one of England’s oldest cities, Canterbury! 😍 Now that winter has finally arrived and most of you have travel plans 😢....What do you guys usually prefer? Going for a tropical ☀️🏝 country OR having a perfect winter ❄️ getaway? 🤔 . . . . . . . . . . . #canterbury #kent #england #englandsbigpicture #littlekhanswanderlust #visitengland #thisprettyengland #girlsthatwander #thetravelwomen #beautifuldestinations #dametraveler #passionpassport #cntraveler #iamtraveler #travelbloggers #pakistanibloggers #canterburykent #unitedkingdom #gltlove #wearetravelgirls #fbloggers #ootd #girlswhotravel #travel #pakistani #browngirlbloggers #femmetravel #citizenfemme #bloggers at Canterbury, Kent

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@federchicca

La mia prima volta a Parigi è stata in gita scolastica, Torre Eiffel compresa, rigorosamente fino in cima. Ricordo il freddo di dicembre, le foto sfuocate, le mani scaldate nelle tasche e dai guanti, la mia giovinezza di sorrisi a 36 denti e la vita tutta davanti! . Oggi torno a Parigi con la consapevolezza dei 30 anni, una vita lavorativa avviata, una famiglia e una casa tutta mia. Sognavo Parigi, un tempo, sognavo la vita fatta di vino e divertimento, formaggio e terrazzini con i balconcini di ferro da cui guardare le strade. Torno a Parigi piena di idee, meno confuse di quelle che avevo 10 anni fa. Torno a Parigi pensando che è meravigliosa questa città e che solo un pazzo potrebbe non amarla così com’è! . Scoprendo Parigi su una 2 cavalli ~ @musement #aParigiconThello #viaggidifederchicca #parigi #paris #gogirls #gogirlgo #dametraveler #solofemaletraveler at Torre Eiffel de Paris

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@movgroovin

Herbstliche Farben bei sommerlichen Temperaturen (ok immerhin 20 Grad 😉). Dazu ein idyllischer Platz direkt am Strand 🏖. Aber ab morgen soll der Regen kommen... Na mal abwarten. Vorräte sind voll und genug zu tun habe ich auch bei Mistwetter. 😁✌️ at Amfilochía, Greece

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@erva.se

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@papapavlinka

P E T R A, the lost city... ... nachodili jsme tu kolem 20 km a vystoupali asi milion schodů, ale ty výhledy za to prostě stojí! Takže historická památka a zároveň obrovský sportovní areál, co víc si přát? 😃 A stejně je neuvěřitelný, jak to tenkrát někdo mohl postavit 🧐😉 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #shetravels #borntotravel #traveladdicted #travelpassion #ikoktejlcz #shewhownders #iamtraveler #girlsabroad #cestolidi #minveciviczazitku #blondynka #igerscz #dnescestujem #dnesletim #sonyalpha6000 #outside_project #girlsthatwander #visitpetra #igersitalian #ladiesgoneglobal #travelphotooftheday #czechgirls #girlsborntotravel #petrajordan #igersczechrepublic #wildculturecz @wotwtravel @blondesandcookies @girldiscoverers at Petra, Jordania

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@l.y_coco

Sky at Heathrow Airport

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@valenciabytwo

at Ontinyent

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@memoirs_of_goldie

"Love is not only a feeling, it is something you do." Sometimes we just need a little time away from everything. Sometimes going away for a while helps. And sometimes - you come back only to notice nothing has really changed. The world still goes around like it used to. 🗺️🏙️🔙 - Goldie's journey ended where ours started. Sometimes the only time a person really needs is to spend it the loved ones. 💕 So let us take you to the ageless and magnificent city of Singapore and continue the journey with us. 🇸🇬✈️ - - #travelgram #ourplanetdaily #travelbug #ourdreamplaces #wanderlust #travel #travelling #passportready #keepexploring #photooftheday #explore #travelblogger #globetrotters #skyscraper #citylights #travellux #lovetotravel #nightview #wonderfuldestinations #stunningearthinhdr #globetrotters #rewardingjourneys

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@travelclubtour

@descubriendodeviaje ・・・ Volveremos alguna vez a Nueva York? Espero que si!! Sin duda me encantaría volver en otoño, en halloween, para poder ver todas las decoraciones que ponen y verlo todo lleno de calabazas!!😄🎃 . . . . . . . . . . . . #iamdigitalnomad #travelclubtour #nosotrasviajamos #quetalviajar #travelcouple #iamdigitalnomad #backpackersintheworld #newyork #newyorkcity #brooklyn #bridge #backpareslife #backpackgirl #backpack #iamtraveler #descubriendodeviaje #beautifulplace #wonder #travelblogger #travel #iamdigitalnomad #viajando #newyork #backpackers #losttribemag #indefinitedestination at Brooklyn Bridge

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@nastevelis

at Palma De Mallorca, Spain

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@nastevelis

at Sóller

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@alejoorpa

"Rapel improvisado" Muchachos les cuento que en esta ocasión me dió la locura de hacer disque rapel en la cascada, jajaja, ( me río de mí mismo por qué fue una mala idea), cogí una cuerda de varios metros de longitud y con un par de nudos básicos me dispuse a "bajar" con lo que no contaba es que la fuerza de la cascada me tumbara, así pasó, me tumbo y en el descenso parecía tomate en licuadora, de un lado para otro, eso sí, nunca me solté de la cuerda, hubo un tramo en el que en un mini poso me quedé atascado, con algo de fuerza logré salir, para completar esta pequeña locura al caer a la piscina natural se me enredaron los pies en la cuerda, si observan el vídeo verán que al final me pongo de espaldas, eso fue para desenredarme y poder salir, no se los voy a negar, fue una locura, como dirían los paisas, fue una chimba, un descargue de adrenalina al 2000, pero vaya susto me llevé jaja. . . . . . . . . . . . #paisajes #colombia #paradise #relax #travel #naturebloggers #gopro #nature #naturaleza #iamtraveler #goprotravel #tolima #micolombiaoficial #travelcolombia #mountains #travelphotography #naturephotography #mochilerostravel #fotografia #photography #trip #instatravel #viajero at Tolima, Colombia

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@ebrusphotodiary

@kadikoysokak 🚶🏻‍♂️ at Tarihi Yeldeğirmeni Mahallesi

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@nastevelis

at Port de Sóller

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@isadecali

Come fly with me, we'll fly, we'll fly away 🎙 ✈️ Looking at Flying Mercury by Giambologna--bronze (1580) ☁️ From Greek mythology, he is known as Hermes, and from Roman, he is called Mercury. A guide to the underworld, a messenger for the Gods, a patron for travelers, merchants, and even athletes and outlaws, Mercury, son of Jupiter (Zeus), was and continues to be an important figure in Ancient Greek and Roman teachings. Giambologna’s most revered work portrays Mercury in action, ready to take flight with the help of Zephyr, God of the West Wind. Similar to superhero gadgets, he has with him three tools to assist in his duties--the first, the golden Talaria or winged sandals, the second, the Petasos or winged cap, and third, and most important, the Caduceus, a staff interlaced with two serpents which is also, as expected, winged. 🐍 Today, we are familiar with the caduceus as it is commonly used in logos by commercial and federal health organizations (often confused with the Rod of Asclepius, which possesses a single serpent only), such as Medicaid and the US Army Medical Corps. And interestingly enough, the history of this symbol, though most notably associated with Hermes in Greek mythology, actually goes further back in time to Sumerian mythology, around 3000 BC. While there are many conflicting ideals on the history and use of the Caduceus, it is one of many symbols that has found new meaning among new generations throughout time. at Bargello

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@isadecali

It’s not really exercising if you’re this happy walking up a winding 13th century stairmaster 🔝🤸🏻‍♀️😅 Smiling all the way up the stairs to the cupola of the Santa Maria del Fiore 🍅 #SantaMariadelFiore #IlDuomo #InstaFlorence #InstaItaly #stairmaster #tiredbuthappy #gluteworkout #gluteexercises #bunsofsteel🍑 #stairwaytoheaven at Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore

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@isadecali

Once you are in a city like Florence, the mind already begins to plan the next trip back while the body remains in constant pursuit of the eyes’ ambitions. One never dwells on the idea of leaving without the susurration of return accompanying every thought. 📝🌞🌼🥂🌄 #byyourstruly #celestial #InstaItaly #InstaFlorence #ItalianRenaissance #Firenze🇮🇹 #amore #SantaCroce at Florence, Italy

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@olyapst

at Ιpsos

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@isadecali

Such ɢʀᴀɴᴅᴇᴜʀ in the courtyard of the Palazzo del Bargello ⚔️🛡⚔️ #Bargello #InstaItaly #historicplaces #architecture #ItalianRenaissance #Italianarchitecture #artappreciation at Bargello

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@isadecali

From the Latin αʀϯε, from skill, and fαᴄϯυм, something made, is the commonly used English word we know today—artifact. 🔍 Looking at “David” by Donatello—marble (1408-09) 🗝 This statue is the first known commissioned work of Donato di Niccolò di Betto Bardi, better known mononymously as Donatello. Following a traditional Gothic approach, likely influenced by Lorenzo Ghiberti, this work predates the vivid naturalistic style the artist develops over the decades that followed, as he was only 20 years old when he carved out this masterpiece. You see the confident, clothed, youthful David after having just vanquished the Philistine giant, Goliath, whose severed head rests at the statue's feet above an inscription that once read (in Latin), "To those that fight bravely for the fatherland the gods lend aid even against the most terrible foes." The purpose of adding the inscription: a political gesture by the Signoria of Florence to impel loyalty from the people. Though not nearly as well-known as Michelangelo's David, or even his (Donatello's) more famous Bronze David, this statue was the first of many more Davids to come by several sculptors during the Renaissance. (The 2nd picture was taken from the angle the statue was originally meant to be seen from, as it was supposed to be placed high up on one of the buttresses of Il Duomo.) 📖 Understanding an artist's more recognized works often requires taking a deeper dive into the journey they undertook to reach the level of mastery which gave them recognition in the first place. This was my 3rd trip back to Florence and this time, finally as an adult and without having to follow someone else's itinerary, I dodged the crowds and spent more of my time at the less popular POIs. Key words being 1) less 2) popular, but Still. Completely. Breathtaking. This palace turned prison turned museum not only houses multiple early works by Donatello, but several other treasured pieces by Michelangelo, Cellini, Ghiberti, Bartolomeo, Giambologna, and many more. Andd being that this once was a palace, you can bet that its architecture is just as exquisite as the artwork that fills it. at Bargello

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@nastevelis

at Palma De Mallorca, Spain

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@isadecali

Learning about the Renaissance doesn’t have to be limited to reading books in a classroom 😉 👁‍🗨 Looking at Brunelleschi’s Dome from the top of the Bell Tower— brick, marble, sandstone (1420-36) 🔝 414 steps up a steep 14th century staircase is the price one pays to see a front row view of Florence's cupola atop the Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore (more commonly known as Il Duomo). But from this campanile, or bell tower, the unforgettable view you see today didn't always exist. The bell tower was designed by architect Giotto di Bondone and completed by Andrea Pisano, Luca della Robbia, Donatello, and Francesco Talenti by the 1350's, which was actually more than 75 years before Filippo Brunelleschi finished his dome. Completing a project of this magnitude was seen by Florence's people (and government) as something that couldn't be done without spending a fortune. In addition, the designs proposed by several architects simply weren't befitting of Florence's type of beauty, nor were they aesthetically pleasing to look at. But with the support of Cosimo de Medici, Florence's de facto ruler at the time, Brunelleschi, with unwavering determination, resolved this economic riddle and built Florence's most iconic structure. 🏃🏻‍♀️ I do not like cardio, and I practically never do it at home, but it's amazing how a person can so easily forget about their aversion for cardio because of what they're so eager to see at the finish line in a place like Florence, Italy. Climbing this campanile, and then the cupola after, are two experiences anyone (unaffected by claustrophobia) should consider doing. It is…epically magical to be able to touch and see structures that people have used for hundreds of years. And so far as I know, something a simple as climbing up a staircase like this is the closest we can get to time travel. #IlDuomo #InstaFlorence #Renaissance #InstaTravel #Cathedral #travelItaly #timetravel #factoftheday #ItalianRenaissance #Firenze #PiazzadelDuomo at Giotto's Campanile

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@olyapst

at Kavalikefta

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@olyapst

at Palaiokastritsa

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@isadecali

Amid 2nd century art within 14th century architecture...this is my wanderlust 🗺 The Loggia dei Lanzi, located within the Piazza della Signoria in Florence, is an outdoor gallery proportionally filled with marble sculptures--some much more famous than others, but all with a grand story to tell. The Loggia, like many other Florentine buildings and works of art, was a symbol of Medici power and was filled with statues selected for various, specific political reasons. My photo includes a few of the less-frequently discussed pieces. 🏺 The larger statue, in the foreground of my photo, portrays Menelaus supporting the dying body of Patroclus during the Trojan Wars. If you've ever read Homer's Iliad or seen the film Troy, then you know that Patroclus died at the hands of the Trojan Prince Hector. And as legend has it, it was the Sun God, Apollo, who willed the Trojans to win that battle. The next statue, directly to the right of me in the photo, is of a Roman woman named Salonina Matidia, who was the niece of Emperor Trajan and mother-in-law to Emperor Hadrian. Matidia was named Augusta in AD 112, which meant she could issue her own currency, wear imperial finery, and run her own courts. And lastly, to the left of me, and slightly hidden, is a Roman statue of a Germanic woman named Thusnelda. She was abducted by the man who would be her first husband and then later, delivered by her own father as a prisoner to another man who then invaded her homeland of Germania. Each of the statues you see here was restored by the hands of some of Italy's finest sculptors and remain available for visitors to see, all day, every day, gratuitamente, or for free. #PiazzadellaSignoria #LoggiadeiLanzi #Renaissanceart #Romansculpture #FlorenceItaly #Eurotrip2018 at Loggia dei Lanzi

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@olyapst

at Indonesia

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