“Look up to the sky. You’ll never find rainbows if you’re looking down.” – Charlie Chaplin
For this week, the topic for Sofia’s Challenge is Looking Up/Looking Down. I experimented on the slider using it from top to bottom.
This is the St Stephen’s Cathedral and is a landmark of Vienna. It is the most important Gothic church in the city. One of the most recognizable parts of the St. Stephen’s Cathedral is its colorful roof. Once you get to the top, the view is breathtaking and if you take a closer look, you’ll notice a beautiful mosaic representing the double-headed eagle, symbol of the Habsburg dynasty.
St Mark’s Bell Tower in St. Mark’s Square is one of the symbols of Venice. It is quite a bit of an effort to go up the tower because of the long queue but the view from up there was simply spectacular. Seeing the Grand Canal and the gondolas was just awesome.
The Prague Astronomical Clock is a medieval astronomical clock attached to the Old Town Hall in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. Every hour on the hour, the clock strikes and the area below was always crowded with tourists and locals alike. But the view from the top of the Town Hall is so amazing on all sides and my fave is seeing the Church of Our Lady before Tyn from high above.