Barcelona Post-COVID-19: the new reality of the over-touristed city

Before COVID-19, barely a year ago, Barcelona has struggled to manage the number of tourists descending on its streets. With more than 30 million visitors in 2019, tourists were about to far outnumber the local population of 1.6 million, which put a strain on the resources of the Catalan capital. The City Council of Barcelona […]

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Across The New German States…

The photographs document my first impressions of urban life in so-called new German states – Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia – which were dissolved by the East German government in 1952 and were re-established in 1990. # Halle-Neustadt # Leipzig Leipzig, the biggest city of Saxony, met me with a rainy weather, so the city is no […]

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Whether you are a university, a hotel, an NGO or a private company, contact me if you wish to promote the aesthetics of European urban fine art photography – in general or of a specific European city in particular. Together we will create cool high quality eco-friendly prints or decor products with my photographic art. […]

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Moscow, through the eyes of a Siberian

Moscow is the largest European metropolis with 12 million people not counting daily commuters from the region. Stereotypes about Moscow are skyrocketing, and not only beyond Russia’s borders but among the Muscovites themselves. Exhausted from stressful working days, long rush hour commuting or never-ending traffic jams, many Muscovites rarely get motivated to explore their city […]

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