Have you ever been in the impressive Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin? The opera house's repertoire includes selected plays from various theatre epochs, world premieres and modern interpretations of classical opera.
The Saar Polygon changes its shape depending on the angle you look at it from. It is a symbol for the change that has taken place in the Saarland region. You can even look at it from the air as there is the opportunity to go paragliding!
Many thanks to @_benritter for the photo!
It is Diana and Marcin from @lostitalianos signing off with the picture from the weirdest tourist attraction we have ever visited! F60 is a previous conveyer bridge, turned into a museum. The whole construction is literally massive and you can actually feel it once you have climbed to the top of it (which is almost 80 metres above the ground!). F60 is often called a reclining Eiffel Tower of Lusatia but it actually beats the Iron Lady when it comes to its size - it is 182 meters longer (502 meters vs 320 meters). Impressive, right? Have you ever seen anything like it?
Hello, it is Diana and Marcin from @lostitalianos once again! Welcome to the Upside Down! The reflections in the enchanting Branitz Park were so on point that afternoon that we just had to play with the perspective a little bit. The owner of the property and the architect of the gardens was Hermann von Pückler-Muskau - an eccentric visionnarie, architect, gardener, writer and traveler. We highly recommend paying this place a visit when you are in the area. ✨
Hey guys, Diana and Marcin from @lostitalianos here! Over the next few days we will be taking you on a fun roadtrip around some lesser known parts of Brandeburg and showing you all they have to offer 30 years after the country's reunification!
First stop - Spreewald which is a Unesco Biosphere Reservat literally filled with nature and leisure possibilities. With around 300 km of water canals it is a true paradise for all the kayaking lovers out there! ✨