The installation of the statue "Der moderne Buchdruck" (Modern Book Printing) took place on April 2006 at Bebelplatz opposite Humboldt University. The assembly of this metre high object on the street Unter den Linden took three days.
Lalibela Church, Ethiopia The town of Lalibela in northern Ethiopia is renowned for 12 Christian churches that were hewed out of solid stone some 800 years ago. The most stunning is Bieta Giyorgis, shown here, a massive monolith 40 feet meters) tall,
incredible floating stage on Lake Constance in Bregenz, Austria. The Bregenzer Festspiele (Bregenz Festival) has become renowned for its unconventional staging of shows. Verdi’s opera, “A Masked Ball” in featured a giant book being read by a skeleton
Radisson Blu Hotel, Berlin with the worlds largest cylindrical aquarium. high in the heart of the hotel’s lobby atrium the AquaDom holds one million liters of saltwater and is home to many species of tropical fish.
This statue of a winged archer poised with his bow is known as The Statue of Eros. Eros was the God of Love. The statue might really be the Angel of Christian Charity, or Anteros, the brother of Eros, but Londoners call him Eros.