Montreal Underground City, Canada.

Hello guys! Today I would like to share some images and impressions of the Montreal Underground City in Canada.

The Underground City  ( officially RÉSO ) is a series of interconnected office towers, hotels, shopping centres, residential and commercial complexes, restaurants, convention halls, universities and performing arts venues, galleries, rail stations, cinemas, night clubs and so on.

Montreal’s underground city consists of 32 km (20 miles) of tunnels spread over an area of twelve square kilometres of downtown Montreal. Imagine that! I was astonished at this incredible network located underneath the streets of Montreal. The network is particularly useful during Montreal’s long winters. You can access the Underground city from many metro stations. I enjoyed it a lot! My impressions: I found everything clean and I felt secure walking around.

If you want to eat something, you will find many fast food options or restaurants. And do not worry… because you will always find a clean useful restroom!🙂

Hope you enjoy the pictures!

Léia

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http://montrealundergroundcity.com/

Bell Foundry Marinelli – Agnone, Italy

Bonjour beautiful people! Today I would like to present The Bell Foundry Marinelli – La Pontificia fonderia di campane Marinelli –  in Agnone, a city in the Molise region of southern Italy.

The first bell was made about the year 1.000! Campane Marinelli is known as one of the oldest companies in the world and still in business! Their  most loyal customer is the Vatican. They have a museum that is open to the public. We visited there, enjoyed a lot the museum and also had the opportunity to listen the amazing sound of some bells!

Love and lights,

Léia

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Via Felice D”Onofrio, 14
Agnone IS 86081 Italy

The Vasa Museum, Stockholm

Bonjour beautiful people! .

Stockholm is the capital and largest city in Sweden. The city is adorable, famous for its beauty and the amazing archipelago. I have many beautiful images of the city to share with you and today I would like to present my pictures and impressions of this awesome place The Vasa Museum in Stockholm.

The Vasa Museum is the only preserved seventeenth-century ship in the world and a unique art treasure. Do you remember that feeling when you say… WoW ? That is Vasa!  I was so impressed by the huge ship! More than 95 percent of the ship is original and it is decorated with hundreds of carved sculptures. Amazing details and there’s lots of space to move around the ship. It is a fascinating museum!

Love and lights,

Léia

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Address: Galärvarvsvägen 14 – Stockholm

Phone: +46(0)8-519 548 00

Webpage: www.vasamuseet.se