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! 🙂
PISTOIA is a city that more than others had fun over the centuries giving original, bizarre and extravagant names to its streets and alleys. For example: who knows the history of the white dog?! and who has ever noticed the bas-relief in stone that portrays, at the beginning of Via del Can Bianco, this curious local hero?! 🙂
PALERMO The capital of the south presented in a different way. A visual story by Marija Stankovic & Danica Vranic – architects and storytellers from Belgrade, Serbia! #CCTravellers2018
PISTOIA, end of summer 2017. Streets and squares, churches and saints, people and bicycles, lights and shadows, frescos and striped facades, many trees and one suspension bridge in the middle of little mountains. Moments captured through mobile photography, in colours. And moments captured through analogue photography (yes, later home-developed films), in black and white. Browse through the gallery by Andrea Lavezzaro! #CCTravellers2017
PISTOIA is a particularly photogenic city. Anna Scrigni [instagramer & blogger] explains why and recommends some places to frame… Her favourite ones? The Old Town’s alleys with those soft-coloured doors, rétro signs and bikes that seem to be posing! #CCTravellers2017
NAPOLI seen by Alexey Kondakov. Another good example of how creativity and (web) storytelling can tell to the world – and so to promote – a territory. See the gallery!
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”.
MILANO Se dovesse capitarvi di veder seduto in una piazza Luca Chieregato, lasciatevi chiedere “Di che storia hai bisogno?” e fermatevi per qualche minuto.