City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Sunday, December 17, 2006

1+3 = the end of the series

OK, enough is enough, I agree, this is the end of the Berlin series, new week, new start.
Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.

These two photos are taken iside the glass dome that was built on top of the old Reichstag by Norman Foster in 1999.

Checkpoint Charlie


Blogger tut-tut said...

Your Berlin series has been great!

I'm looking forward to more of your photos from Tuzla.

17 December, 2006 02:23  
Blogger Jing said...

great series!!!
the first shot is brilliant!!!
have a nice day

shanghai daily photo

17 December, 2006 02:58  
Blogger Olivier said...

tres belle serie, et tres belle architecture. merci pour cette visite

very beautiful series, and very beautiful architecture. thank you for this visit

17 December, 2006 05:00  
Blogger photowannabe said...

I have enjoyed your series. The walkway around the building is fascinating. Great photos.

17 December, 2006 06:17  
Blogger Kim said...

That top photo is so well-composed and very appealing on many levels. Kudos! What is this place? Thanks for taking us to Berlin with you.

17 December, 2006 07:14  
Blogger Zsolt72 said...

i haven been to Berlin for long..and your photos showed me it has changed a lot. Thank you Jazzy for sharing.

17 December, 2006 09:52  
Blogger Kate said...

I keep returning to this photo (the top) because I find it fascinating. I, too, would like to know its function. Please!?

17 December, 2006 14:59  
Anonymous Lachezar said...

I enjoyed your Berlin photos quite a lot actually. Particularly the View from the Reichstag, and this one. It capture space light and lightness beautifully. I guess it was an eerie feeling to walk on this suspended walkways!

Well done and cheers!

17 December, 2006 18:46  
Blogger tr3nta said...

yes i did... Berlin is a very beautifull city... have to go...

17 December, 2006 19:28  
Blogger Lisi said...

excellent perspective and this is an amazing building! Nice photos Jazzy!

18 December, 2006 17:54  
Anonymous Nathalie said...

This is brilliant shot. Love the airy effect!

19 December, 2006 03:06  
Blogger Kris said...

oh, this is magnificient! you must have a lovely time :)

19 December, 2006 22:43  
Blogger Kala said...

the designs are mesmerizing and tantalizing - Its an amazing architecture!

20 December, 2006 08:07  

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