"'The Hole in the Road' became part of Sheffield folklore from its construction in 1967 to its demolition in 1994. Its 27 year history saw it as memorable facet of the city for a variety of reasons that merged together in a loose fashion. As a 'residual jungle', the inclusion of a large and solitary fish tank was part of the allure of the underground structure."
A spiral staircase leads up the Church of the Assumption of Our Lady and Saint John the Baptist in Kutná Hora. The church is the largest building in Gothic style in the Czech lands and the convent complex is the first Cistercian monastery established on Bohemia soilt. The church was built between 1282 and 1320 as a cathedral with gallery and was surrounded by a ring of chapels. Jon & Tina Reid | Travel Portfolio | Photography Blog | Travel Flickr Group