Écrin de lumière

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“La lumière donne à voir mais plus encore, elle donne à penser.” Henri Alekan Madeleine Vionnet gown (Black silk organza evening dress composed entirely of squares with a halter neckline, 1930s) and my photo made with photoshop based on my … Continue reading

Lumière d’or

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Photo of water under the sun, Dolce Gabbana Byzantine dress, gold texture and geometric mosaics from the Cathedral of Monreale, Sicily. This monument is an example of the Arab-Norman architecture : a confluence of the Byzantine and Arabian art and … Continue reading

Une femme Byzantine parée de ses plus atours

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Byzantine mosaics and stain glass in the Palatine Chapel of the Norman palace (12th century) in Palermo, Sicily. Illustration by Tadarino of a woman wearing a Byzantine costume. The palatine Chapel is in the Norman palace in Palermo, Sicily. The … Continue reading

Sur le sable noir

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Paule Ka dress, palm tree print (Etsy), seagull wall art (Etsy), mother of pearl texture and photo of mine of Tenerife (Santiago del Teide).

Basking in the Szechenyi baths in Budapest, Hungary

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Built in 1913, the Szechenyi baths in Budapest are one of the largest baths in Europe with its 15 indoor baths, 3 grand outdoor pools, saunas… Lolling in the natural hot water is very relaxing and pleasant. Besides, the yellow … Continue reading

The magnificent Dohany street Great Synagogue in Budapest

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Built in 1859, the Dohany street Great Synagogue is the largest Synagogue of Europe and the second largest in the world. This Synagogue can accommodate up to 3000 people . The architects Frigyes Feszl and Ludwig Förster were inspired by Moorish … Continue reading

Basking in the Gellért’s baths in Budapest, Hungary

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In June, i went for the second time to Budapest, but this time i tasted the Budapest baths : the Gellért and the Szèchenyi baths. I preferred the Gellért baths because it is more calm and chic. The decoration is … Continue reading