#venise#venice#venezia#museocorrer Des grands peintres, des philosophes et des cactus, tous on leur place au musée :) Les régions et les époques n'ont pas toujours été tendres avec les grands esprits, c'est encore le cas aujourd'hui, mais comme les cactus, ils tiennent bon !!!
4 years with this beautiful soul, thank you for your unconditional love, thank you for pushing me to be the best version of myself and loving me on days I find it hard to love myself. Spending our anniversary in Venice was a dream, here’s to many more years with my ginger princess ❤️🌹 . . . . . . . . . #anniversary#love#couple#girlfriend#venice#gondola#italy#lovers
Time for some Croatia spam! First, more pictures of Sibenik cathedral - the exterior. The cathedral is a masterpiece of gothico-renaissance architecture. Its construction started in 1431 and was only completed in 1536. During this period, many architects worked on the cathedral, the most influential being Juraj Dalmanitac or Giorgio da Sebenico. He was born in Zadar (which I also visited, so expect some pictures) but trained in Venice to become a sculptor and architect. Like many other Italian artists in the 15th century, he was summoned to Dalmatia to work there - and became one of the chief architects of the so called Adriatic renaissance.
The cathedral of Sibenik is rather small, especially for a cathedral, but impressive nonetheless. The sofistication of its sculpture, mostly designed by Juraj Dalmanitac, grants it a place among the great monuments of the renaissance.