Here are some buildings with contrasting architecture.
A Cathedral in The Hague, A church in Prague, St Pauls Cathedral in London, A street in Bergen Norway, The Queens House, Greenwich, London, The Beehive parliament building, Wellington New Zealand, The Palace of Westminster, parliament of the UK, Blarney Castle in Ireland, Greigs house in Norway, St Peter on the Wall, Chapel in Essex England (dates from the 7th Century BC) and the London Skyline including the Shard.
This is a picture of a stained glass window in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague.
I had never seen such beautiful stained glass before.
This particular window was designed by the artist Alphonse Mucha, who was a pioneer of the Art Nouveau movement, also known as Jugenstil, based in Prague.
There is also a fantastic round window depicting the creation with a rainbow all around it.
I recommend, if you are in the area, to visit this Cathedral, which is part of the castle complex.
I hope you enjoy this picture.
This is a picture of the astrological clock in Prague.
If you haven’t been to Prague, I suggest you add it to your list.
It is a beautiful city, the old part and the main centre is quite small and compact so you can get a feel for the place in quite a short space of time. However there is always something to see.
There is a castle, a number of beautiful churches (St Vitus’ Cathedral in the castle area has some of the most beautiful stained glass I have ever seen). Just walking around the city is a cultural delight.
It is popular for people going on Hen nights or stag do’s but it is so much more than a place to get cheap beer.
I hope the picture inspires you to write something (If so please post a link) or Inspires you to visit this fantastic city.