Sanjusangen-do Temple

Sanjūsangen-dō (三十三間堂, thirty-three ken hall) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai sect in the Higashiyama district of Kyoto, Japan.

Measuring 120 meters, the temple hall is Japan’s longest wooden structure. The name Sanjusangendo (literally “33 intervals”) derives from the number of intervals between the building’s support columns, a traditional method of measuring the size of a building.
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Visiting Nara Dreamland, Japan

This park was visited in January 2014, unfortunately it cannot be done anymore as after being sold, the theme park was demolished. I want to pay tribute with this video sharing with a collection of photographies I took back in the day.

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A collection of pictures of Piaggio

During my last trip to Italy I had the chance to spot and notice the great amount of “il carromato”. I took some photos of them, new and old ones. The did put Italy on delivery mode back in the time and it looks like they yet keep working to move Italy forward.

Here are some example but you can visit Flickr to see some other photos.

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