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TravelTuesday Picture of the Week: Bavarian State Chancellery (Munich, Germany)

TravelTuesday Picture of the Week: Bavarian State Chancellery (Munich, Germany)

The Bavarian State Chancellery (in German: Bayerische Staatskanzlei) is located on the eastern side of the Hofgarten in Munich. The central part of the building, including the dome, was part of the Bavarian Army Museum which was built in 1905 by Ludwig Mellinger. The rest of the building was destroyed during World War II, but...
TravelTuesday Picture of the Week: Kapitan Keling Mosque (Penang, Malaysia)

TravelTuesday Picture of the Week: Kapitan Keling Mosque (Penang, Malaysia)

Kapitan Keling Mosque is perhaps the most recognizable mosque in Penang. It was believed to have been established in 1801.
My 7 Links: I’m a REAL Travel Blogger Now!

My 7 Links: I’m a REAL Travel Blogger Now!

I finally get to participate in Tripbase's My 7 Links project! I look back at seven of my best and most interesting blog entries.
TravelTuesday Picture of the Week: Old Supreme Court Building (Singapore)

TravelTuesday Picture of the Week: Old Supreme Court Building (Singapore)

Singapore’s Old Supreme Court Building was designed by Frank Dorrington Ward. The building is slated to be converted into the National Art Gallery of Singapore.

TravelTuesday Picture of the Week – Christ Church (Melaka, Malaysia)

The Christ Church in Melaka (Malacca), Malaysia is a Dutch colonial Protestant church. Construction began in 1741 and was completed in 1753 (as inscribed on the face of the church). Originally built by the Dutch, it was re-consecrated with the rites of the Church of England (and renamed Christ Church) in 1838, following transfer of...