Today’s panoramic photo is from Chennai, India. The red candles are burning outside St. Thomas Cathedral Basilica, which is a beautiful white church built by Portuguese explorers in the 16th century.
Wikipedia says St. Thomas Cathedral Basilica is one of the only three known churches in the world built over the tomb of an apostle of Jesus, the other two being St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City and Santiago de Compostela Cathedral in Galicia, Spain.
Today’s travel related panoramic photo is from Amsterdam.
It is about the queue for Anne Frank museum, which was actually a house where Anne Frank had lived hidden. The house was in its original condition and you had to walk some very narrow corridors there. After first queuing to get inside for half an hour. But, that’s the life of a tourist, and a travel blogger, wanting to get a glimpse of the past. Luckily they had some nice terraces by street in Amsterdam where you could get yourself a cup of tea with a freshly baked item.
Was the Anne Frank museum worth all the queuing, you might want to ask. I’d say yes, especially if you’re into time travelling.
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Today’s panorama is from Helsinki, Finland. The sea view is captured on a sunny summer day in Vuosaari’s Uutela.
Uutela is a beautiful and prestigious outdoor area that offers the much needed greenery for those living in a city in a concrete jungle. In addition to the jogging paths in the middle of a beautiful nature, there are also 2 grilling huts in Uutela.