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Tuff rocks in the late afternoon, Cappadocia, Turkey

Cappadocia is an eroded landscape of volcanic tuffstone. Wind and weather created rocks in the funniest shapes. The tuff stores a lot of water and makes the valleys very fertile. For thousands of years people were digging caves into the soft tuffstone and created a unique place. Since 1985 Cappadocia is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Unfortunately the greed for money of companies and people is destroying this unique landscape.

360-degree stock photo of Campo dei Frari, Venice, Italy

Campo dei Frari and Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari in Venice
This is one of the biggest chuches in Venice. Inside are some important works of art like two paintings from Tizian, who is also buried here. The construction of the church started in the middle of the 13th century. But it needed many changes and was finished around 1450.
Venice is a unique island city. Spread on 118 islands, it is the faszinating heritage of a very rich history. Since 1987 Venice is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But due to the unlimited mass tourism, the world heritage status is endangered. Especially the big cruise ships cause many problems with driving into the lagoon and flooding the city with tourists who don’t spend money for things which are free on board.

360 degree panoramic image of Ponte Marcello in Venice, Italy

At its eastern end the Rio del Magazen flows into the Rio del Malcanton. Here is the bridge Ponte Marcello. At its north side the sun illuminates the Gothic Palazzo Marcello ai Tolentini. Built in the 15th century, it serves as a hotel today. The next builing on the left side is the white Palazzo Minotto ai Tolentini from the 17th century.
Venice is a unique island city. Spread on 118 islands, it is the faszinating heritage of a very rich history. Since 1987 Venice is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But due to the unlimited mass tourism, the world heritage status is endangered. Especially the big cruise ships cause many problems with driving into the lagoon and flooding the city with tourists who don’t spend money for things which are free on board.

360° panorama of Zelve Tunnel, Cappadocia, Turkey

The open-air museum of Zelve in Cappadocia covers several valleys with hundreds of cave hoses, churches, chapels, mosques and a mill. People lived here until the late 40s of the 20th century, when an earthquake destroyed many caves. Another earthquake in the 90s damaged some more parts of the cave-rocks. Now they are not open to the public anymore. Cappadocia is an eroded landscape of volcanic tuffstone. Wind and weather created rocks in the funniest shapes. The tuff stores a lot of water and makes the valleys very fertile. Since 1985 Cappadocia is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Unfortunately the greed for money of companies and people is destroying this unique landscape.

360° Panoramic Photo of Historic Tramway in Istanbul, Turkey

The old tramway of Istanbul connects the Taksim square with the historic underground Tünel. With slow speed it drives down the big pedestrian area of the Istiklal Caddesi (Independence Street) in the Beyoglu quarter. Here it passes many stores, bars and restaurants in historic Art Nouveau buildings. As single track there is a passing point in the middle of the lane. Children have lots of fun jumping on and off the moving tramway.