Recently Conde Nast Traveler published a post featuring images from places high up. So I thought why not have a similar post even on this blog.
Starting with an image of Paris from the top of Eiffel Tower. With the Sacre Coeur in view.
Next we look down upon Florence, the city after which Florence Nightingale was named. The view is secured after climbing over 400 treacherous steps through narrow pathways and dark haunting alleys all built within the Florence Duomo.
Images & Research : Marcus Sam
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