Calm Venetian night. I enjoy walking in the streets at night. Venetian streets are absolutely magical at night when crowds of the tourists are gone. There are so many great places to explore here.
This city hasn’t been changed much in the past 500 years. This is unbelievable but true! It’s great to get lost in the streets of Venice at night.
An average of 50,000 tourists per day visit the historic center of Venice.
This photo is one of my earliest works, and I think it belongs to the best ones. It is important for me so that the shot retains the memories of the wonderfully spent summer with lots of interesting adventures. The road on the picture is always calling me to move forward. Looking at this road I always want to go on a journey searching for new adventures! The road awaits you too!
Many people know how Colosseum looks like from the outside but not everyone knows what it looks like inside. It has a very complicated structure!Colosseum is kind of great-grandfather of modern stadiums. Everything is very thought out here – there are sectors, an elaborate system of entrance and the numbering of rows and seats. Almost the same what we have now at our stadiums. But only 2,000 years earlier…
On this photo you can see the complex structures that are located underneath the scene. They allowed to do special effects during the performance: the sudden appearance of animals and new characters, change of scenery.
To go to the Colosseum for the ancient people was the same as for the modern to see the action movie – but there were real people and animals dying because of absence of cinema. Interests of people for the past thousands years hasn’t really changed.
It is estimated that the shows that were held in the Colosseum for hundreds of years have taken the lives of about 500,000 people and over a million of wild animals. It must be the most bloody place on the Earth.
Everything is wrapped in history in Rome. For example, here is the bridge more than 530 years old. It was built in 1479, that is before America was discovered. Only think about this! And it is still in use. Imagine only how many people have passed on it at all times. And this bridge is still in a great shape!!!
This bridge was built on the site of an old ruined Roman bridge Pons Aurelius. People are using same place to cross the river for about 2000 years!