Tag Archives: Europe

Kilmacduagh Monastery

 

You don’t need a guide, just follow the pa of the ancient Irish countryside
Cold rain keeps the island green, to preserve a timeless scene
Saint Coleman, son of Duagh
Founded this monastery in the 7th century
When walking the grounds, silence is the only lecture that can partially explain
The routine of a venerable abbot

Galway, Ireland

 

Galway is a city of poets and festivals. Therefore, it is no surprise that this vibrant municipality serves as a hub of film, theatre, and literature.

Cork, Ireland

Founded by Vikings
Cork was awarded the European Capital of Culture in 2009

Doors of Tallinn

First we notice exterior shapes and colors. Then we guess what is inside; perhaps someone reading, a dog sleeping, a cold cup of coffee on the table.

Images from Vilnius

An excellent city to walk. Vilnius has varied architecture, a complex history, and a bright future. After gaining independence in 1990, traditional Lithuanian cuisine has become a way to commemorate a shared identity and culture. Old town is dotted with independent coffee shops and eateries.

Delineations of Prague

The historical capital of Bohemia proper leaves too many photos to be taken. With that, it also seems impossible to capture the full beauty of modern Prague. The 4th Czechoslovakian Writers’ Congress in 1967 took a strong stand against a controlled state, this gallery is in honor of that meeting and the beginning of the “Prague Spring.”