David Bjorgen 4128
Winston Salem
My wife, Zena, and I zigzag the world with a passion for culture, adventure, and discovery.
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Basilica Cistern, Istanbul, TurkeyBasilica CisternIstanbul, TurkeyThe Basilica Cistern is the largest of several hundred ancient cisterns that lie beneath the city of Istanbul, Turkey. The cistern, adorned by a...Westminster Bridge, London, EnglandWestminster BridgeLondon, EnglandWhen it's raining in London during the day, your best bet for decent pictures is at night. Be sure to bring a tripod and take advantage of the city...Bruges, BelgiumBrugesBelgiumThe Rozenhoedkaai view is one of the most photographed in the medieval city of Bruges. Be sure to stake out your spot early, as photographers will...Old Sheldon Church Ruins, Beaufort County, South CarolinaOld Sheldon Church RuinsBeaufort County, South CarolinaLying amongst ancient oaks and scattered graves, the Old Sheldon Church ruins is a historic site in northern Beaufort County, South Carolina. Built...Plaza de la Aduana, Cartagena, ColombiaPlaza de la AduanaCartagena, ColombiaA statue of Christopher Columbus stands at the edge of Plaza de la Aduana, the largest and oldest square in the Old City of Cartagena. Colombia is...Getsemaní, Cartagena, ColombiaGetsemaníCartagena, ColombiaThis giant wall mural of an Afro-Colombian woman is one of the most stunning pieces of street art in Getsamani, one of Cartagena's hippest...The Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, EnglandThe Sheldonian TheatreOxford, EnglandThe Sheldonian Theater in Oxford is used by the University for music concerts, lectures, and ceremonies. It was built from 1664 to 1669 from a...The Turf Tavern, Oxford, EnglandThe Turf TavernOxford, EnglandThe Turf Tavern is possibly the oldest pub in Oxford. The tavern was originally built in the moat outside the city wall to escape a tax imposed by...Christ Church College, Oxford, EnglandChrist Church CollegeOxford, EnglandChrist Church College in Oxford has a number of architecturally significant buildings. These buildings have inspired replicas throughout the world...Wadham College, Oxford, EnglandWadham CollegeOxford, EnglandWadham College Chapel was built between 1610 and 1613 in a traditional Oxford Gothic style. The magnificent main window was added in 1621 and...The Hall, Christ Church, Oxford, EnglandThe Hall, Christ ChurchOxford, EnglandThe Hall Staircase at Christ Church has been used in a number of films including 'The Golden Compass' and 'Harry Potter.' Professor McGonagall...Magdalen College, Oxford, EnglandMagdalen CollegeOxford, EnglandMadgalen College stands next to the River Cherwell in Oxford. Its large, square tower is an Oxford landmark. It is a tradition, dating to the days...Headington Shark, Oxford, EnglandHeadington SharkOxford, EnglandThe Headington Shark is a rooftop sculpture of a shark embedded head-first in the roof of a house in Oxford, England. The shark first appeared in...Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, EnglandChrist Church CathedralOxford, EnglandThe cloister at Christ Church Cathedral is part of the original priory which existed before the college was built. Human remains from eighth...The Hall, Christ Church, Oxford, EnglandThe Hall, Christ ChurchOxford, EnglandThe Great Hall at Christ Church is the largest pre-Victorian college Hall in Oxford or Cambridge. It seats up to 300 people and hosts meals for the...Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, EnglandBlenheim PalaceOxfordshire, EnglandBlenheim Palace is the only non-royal non-episcopal country house in England to hold the title of palace. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and...Bridge of Sighs, Oxford, EnglandBridge of SighsOxford, EnglandThe Hertford Bridge is a bridge that joins two parts of Hertford College in Oxford. It is commonly referred to as the Bridge of Sighs because of...The Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, EnglandThe Sheldonian TheatreOxford, England£3.50 will grant you access to the Sheldonian Theater. The self-guided tour includes the main hall, the attic, and the roof. The rooftop cupola...Gravensteen, Ghent, BelgiumGravensteenGhent, BelgiumGravensteen Castle was built in 1180 in Ghent, Belgium, by count Philip of Alsace. It was modeled after the crusader castles that Philip...Skaftafell, IcelandSkaftafellIcelandTake a hike across the Skaftafell Glacier. Skaftafell is part of the larger Vatnajökull glacier – the largest glacier in Europe. The average...
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