Described as “One of England’s Greatest Treasures” and divided into the East and West cemeteries, Highgate is the final resting place of many famous names including writers Christina Rossetti, Adam Douglas, George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans), Radclyffe Hall, Karl Marx and my own personal favourite from today, chemist and physicist Michael Faraday.
When photographers James and Karla Murray began working on their book, "Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York," they were simply attempting to show photos of the last family-owned businesses remaining in New York City. However, the
The paths of two wandering strangers intersect then diverge, threading through the thick shadows which creep from every crack and crevice; drifting like ghosts through the dim glow of the streetlights.. Stories and photographs of urban exploration and adventures in the urban environment. Sneaking into the metro, venturing into the sewers, climbing bridges, and exploring industry, urban ruins, infrastructure and abandoned buildings.
Centuries ago Moscow was white. There were magnificent white walls around the city with white towers in the corners. Nowadays the Moscow Kremlin is Red and the remains of the white city is buried under the ground. Sometimes during the excavations or construction works in Moscow downtown the remains of these white walls can be found. Like this time, while building a multi-stored underground parking in Moscow downtime they use the old remains of something that could be of great interest for archeology as a good basis for the modern steel structures.
That’s not an every-day occasion to see St. Pete from a height of 30 or 40 meters (100 feet and higher) as the highest building in the city is the Admiralty, or spire of Petropalovskaya fortress, which is just 72 meters high (240 feet) and it is forbidden to erect a building that is higher than the Admiralty.
So, roofers of St. Pete offer us a great opportunity to see how the city looks from the tallest houses located over there.
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