RIO DE JANEIRO, Armação dos Búzios: more commonly known as Búzios, this fishing village – thanks to its over 23 beautiful beaches – has become a beloved place by vacationers. It’s located on the coast north of Rio de Janeiro, 177 km away from the metropolis. Here we tell you about it through a colourful street photo gallery by Patric Alfred Haroldo, enjoy!
BLACKBURN Through memories and reflections, the stories associated with three abandoned buildings and their modern counterparts are used to look at what unites and divides the people of this industrial northern town of England. From Brexit to race, industry to ageing, sometimes funny, sometimes affecting, always engaging. A 15-minute documentary commissioned by the Arts Council and directed by award winning London based director Liam Saint-Pierre (originally from Blackburn).
PALERMO can be also silent, calm, ethereal. The city and its surroundings in a photo story by Sabrina Weniger who portrays it in its most hidden and unexpected natural and human landscape. #CCTravellers2018
MOSCOW Suburban Pastoral is an invitation for a walk around a typical Moscow bedroom district. Nothing special. Only unattractive and quite uninteresting places, people and things. Badly filmed.
SEETIES A column open to everyone’s contribution and born with the intention of telling female protagonists of past and contemporary History through the places of our cities. #PLACEStoseeWOMENtoknow
LAGOS from a different angle – Geometry that entices the eyes and the soul to daydreaming all day long.
PRATO The gaze of Francesca Pompei – architecture photographer, among the #CCTravellers2016 – on the city that begins to be called “The City of Contemporary Art in Italy”.
LONDON “The old lady of Threadneedle Street” is a nickname for the Bank of England. This and many other curious English idioms related to the category ‘The world and its places’.
SEETIES Here is what the most famous and photographed places in the world stare at, for decades or centuries. Try to see the gallery without reading the captions: how many of them can you recognise?
LONDON “In Queer Street” means in financial trouble, in debt. This and many other curious English idioms related to the category ‘Town and around’.
SEETIES A “melting pot” of different cultures and energies, combined with the enthusiasm for everyday life. It could go only this way, the journey we have shared with Meltin’Pot and that, in these last 12 months, has brought us to know these places and these people: