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The Entry by Kirsten Bruening

The Entry by Kirsten Bruening

Every exit is an beautiful entry somewhere else. To a new destination and a new adventure. The best time of the year is when we can explore new countries full of curiosity. When we get to know foreign cultures, cities and people. When we can enjoy art. When we have the opportunity to enjoy these moments again one day without a care.
From the Past to the Future by Kirsten Bruening

From the Past to the Future by Kirsten Bruening

Once the largest royal residence in the world, the Louvre is now the third largest museum in the world. Since the Louvre Museum opened in 1793, its collection has grown to more than 380,000 objects, of which approximately 35,000 are currently on display. The building is located in the centre of Paris between the right bank of the Seine and Rue de Rivoli. Its courtyard is on the historic axis that stretches from the bell tower of the church of St-Germain-l'Auxerrois to the glass entrance pyramid of the Louvre and the Grande Arche in La Défense, with the Champs-Élysées at its core.
Calm by Kirsten Bruening

Calm by Kirsten Bruening

Have you ever noticed while visiting a church that the statues of the Mother of God and Jesus are placed in such a way that sunlight always falls on their faces? Churches have always had a great architectural design. The sound of the organ can be heard in every corner of a church and all of this without the architects having technical aids at the time. Believing or not believing. Churches are a place of peace and quiet. They have always fascinated people. Churches have survived storms, fires and wars. Churches were and always will be a place of peace.