Beijing, China. Even though the sun is still high in the sky the air is too polluted to reflect the true colors of daylight. Photo by Tatiana Valerie #China #Beijing #pollution #artvesta #travel

Beijing, China. Even though the sun is still high in the sky the air is too polluted to reflect the true colors of daylight. Photo by Tatiana Valerie #China #Beijing #pollution #artvesta #travel

Beijing, China. Sunset. The sky appears even more orange because of heavy air pollution. Photo by Tatiana Valerie #Beijing #China #Travel #Sunset

Beijing, China. Sunset. The sky appears even more orange because of heavy air pollution. Photo by Tatiana Valerie #Beijing #China #Travel #Sunset

Beijing, China. Photo by Tatiana Valerie 2012 #Beijing #China #Beijing Street

Beijing, China. Photo by Tatiana Valerie 2012 #Beijing #China #Beijing Street

Almost Heaven - Myeongdong can be considered a heaven for shoppers. From sun up to sun down the busy alleys of Myeongdong are always rusting and bustling.

Almost Heaven - Myeongdong can be considered a heaven for shoppers. From sun up to sun down the busy alleys of Myeongdong are always rusting and bustling.

View on a Hong Kong Harbor. Photo by Tatiana Valerie #HongKong #China #Worldtravel #travel

View on a Hong Kong Harbor. Photo by Tatiana Valerie #HongKong #China #Worldtravel #travel

Sunset in Sydney, Australia. Photo by Tatiana Valerie #travel #creative #skyline #sydneySkyline #SydneySunset #artvesta

Sunset in Sydney, Australia. Photo by Tatiana Valerie #travel #creative #skyline #sydneySkyline #SydneySunset #artvesta

Built as a landmark for the 1988 Olympics the 63 Building, officially 63 Square, is a skyscraper on the island on Yeouido. From the date of its completion in 1985 to 2003 it was Korea’s tallest building, with 63 floors, 3 of which are underground, rising up to a height of 250 meters. Inside there is a range of entertainment possibilities you can partake in, including an aquarium, a waxworks museum, and art gallery in the sky on the 60th floor offering incredible views over the city.

Built as a landmark for the 1988 Olympics the 63 Building, officially 63 Square, is a skyscraper on the island on Yeouido. From the date of its completion in 1985 to 2003 it was Korea’s tallest building, with 63 floors, 3 of which are underground, rising up to a height of 250 meters. Inside there is a range of entertainment possibilities you can partake in, including an aquarium, a waxworks museum, and art gallery in the sky on the 60th floor offering incredible views over the city.

Another photo from my November 2014 trip to Korea. Magnificent view from Seoul Tower. ‪#‎Seoul‬ ‪#‎Korea‬ ‪#‎SeoulTower‬ ‪#‎magnificent‬ Photo by Tatiana Valerie

Another photo from my November 2014 trip to Korea. Magnificent view from Seoul Tower. ‪#‎Seoul‬ ‪#‎Korea‬ ‪#‎SeoulTower‬ ‪#‎magnificent‬ Photo by Tatiana Valerie

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