It truly is incredible, to feel the history speak to you through the architecture of the city. I read somewhere online that Al Salt City was built by Alexander the Great and was known as Saltus in Byzantine. I am not very familiar with the history of Al Salt, but while I was wandering around the city, I was able to learn some, and therefore, I plan to visit again, learn more and find all the historic attractions that I still haven’t located. But here, I will share with you how you can spend an awesome day enjoying what is beautiful and authentic. Read more and find more photos of what to do in Al Salt.
When you step into a city, where everywhere you look, looks beautiful, you realize that art is truly in everything.
In my blog post on Venice, I have decided to write less and post more photographs, because pictures speak for themselves. From the streets of Venice, to its gloomy days, sunlight, sunrise, sunset, architecture, water, people, shops, interior and exterior, this city is magnificent. It was created to identify the meaning of beautiful.
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For a great night scene, very relaxed and chilled atmosphere with lots of great places to see visit and eat at, check out my photo diary of Trastevere and leave your most recommended restaurant in the comment box :).
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Art is what I call the streets of Cavour or to some people Madonna dei Monti. In my photo diary you will notice the photos of windows, to be displayed as a framed painting, the Doors look like sculpture art, the shops look like a scene set, and the streets with all the details combined look like a play.
Photographs are the best piece of memory one can have, and it is one of the best way to communicate in a common language.
Check out my photo diary and find out where to eat, shop and go.