What joy to travel, see new places, try different flavors and be able to capture these moments in super instagrammable photos😍📸

But what if we told you that there is another way to make your feed even more interesting?😏
When you travel and see new places, don’t just take photos of the classic landmarks of cities!For heaven’s sake, we are sure that they will be beautiful, personal and that they will remind you of your holiday, but how many similar photos can you find on the web, for example the Eiffel Tower? A lot!!

To emerge, tell something new and intrigue followers and friends, go in search of those strange and bizarre monuments that many do not know!

Don’t you know where to start?
Arm yourself with pen and paper, or if you are modern and digital save the article page in favorites, it will be useful‼️

MILAN - ITALY
City of fashion, business and design, offers many sites of interest, both historical and modern! But what do social media show when looking for this beautiful city? Piazza Duomo, beautiful and majestic, together with the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the City Life district, famous for Chiara Ferragni and Fedez , the particular complex of the Bosco Verticale in Corso Como!
But have you ever seen this bold sculpture by Cattelan? It is located in Piazza Affari, very close to the Duomo and the shopping streets of Milan.
The title of the work is L.O.V.E. an acronym of «freedom, hate, revenge, eternity». Realized in full recession was initially intended as a criticism of the world of finance, linked to a new fascist fascism, although today the meaning is open and Cattelan appeals to the imagination of everyone to find a new interpretation.

Credits: hostelworld.it

DUISBURG - GERMANY
A city famous for its iron and steel industries, it offers its visitors lovers of contemporary art and history many museums to visit!
Social media doesn’t show much of this town, but if you saw this huge roller coaster to do on foot, wouldn’t you be curious? The work created by the sculptors Ulrich Genth and Heike Mutter, is entitled Tiger and Turtle magic mountain and is a hymn to slowness: the speed communicated by the movement of the installation (the tiger) contrasts with the slowness of visitors (the turtles).

Beautiful, don’t you think?! It would also seem to be very romantic evening view.

Credits: turistadimestiere.com

PARIS - FRANCE
French capital, where every element communicates grandeur, passion and beauty! Needless to list the beautiful monuments such as the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Obelisk of Luxor, the Louvre museum, not to mention the neighborhoods like Monmartre, Pigalle and Le Maires! I mean, every corner of Paris is always a discovery, but have you ever seen this? If you cross the La Défense district, you will be in front of a giant thumb!   The work created by the sculptor César Baldaccini, is called La Pouce, and is a tribute to human anatomy, a symbol of strength and power.

Credits: hostelworld.it

 

 

PRAGUE - CZECH REPUBLIC 
Prague is distinguished by its towers, winding streets and buildings with various architectural styles! It’s a city to visit with your nose up and only then will you be able to see one of his bizarre sculptures! Walking along Husova Street in fact, you will notice that there is a man hanging from a pole of a roof of a house!  He is not a reckless parkour, but a bronze statue dedicated to the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, made by the Czech sculptor Černý. This is one of the most curious monuments of the city and would represent the principle of self-determination of man, who can consciously decide to live or to let himself die.

 

It works, doesn’t it? Did we arouse your curiosity and interest?
If we succeeded, pack your suitcase and remember to bring with you in addition to your faithful camera, even the masks Perdma!
To be ready for any eventuality we recommend our Magic Mask Box that contains a moisturizing face mask, a bubble mask, a lip patch, gloves and cosmetic socks!

Have a nice trip!

 

 

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