For me Amer Fort is a true Gem in this city. Built in the16th century it remains intact. The second courtyard is the most impressive part. I love the mix of white marble, the mirror work and the beautifully arranged garden. On Sundays I often go for tea at Hot Pink on their secret terrace where the view is just breathe taking. And for a true Maharja experience what a great way to end the day by having diner on the private terrace of 1135 restaurant.
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Surrounded by hillside vineyards and an expansive forest, the Opelbad is one of Wiesbaden's loveliest leisure facilities. Privy Councilor Dr. Wilhelm von Opel funded the construction of this magnificent summer pool on Wiesbaden's own hill, Neroberg, in 1934. This historical swimming pool designed in the clear Bauhaus style offers pleasant water temperatures of at least 24 degrees Celsius, while modern solar technology keeps the water at a constant temperature.   Address Opelbad Wiesbaden | Nerobergstraße 2, 65193 | Wiesbaden
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Authentic Korean BBQ in Koreatown. Delicious meats and big variety of mushrooms, interestingly good fried rice, metal chopsticks, and a buzzer you can press to alert the waiter.
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Ongoing favorite place to sit at the bar or more covertly, at a table, chatting with a friend over the seasonal best. Continuous rotation of ingredients creatively meshed with tradition, their food is divine. Similarly, their personnel is familiar, friendly, fashionable and warm.
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My favourite library when I was a student, I still love to wander and look up to its Renaissance sculptures. 
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This was taken on my 35mm olympus film camera and is of my old room in the house I spent most of my teen years in, which at this time had been passed onto my little sister years after I had moved out. The light through the windows was always so beautiful.
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A very good selection of non-fiction, essays, and rare books. The Japanese book collection is gorgeous!
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This is my new local cafe. Healthy food, lovely people and great atmosphere. My favourites are the kyuri cleanse juice, the Avodon and the Joy's salad. Great place for meetings too.
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From 4 am in the morning find the most beautiful and exotic flowers. 
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The Thames is not traditionally the prettiest river but it has its moments. Here it is turning pink in a sunset this summer. Its the reason the city is here and I like how in moments of real importance it rises to the occasion. For the golden Jubilee the queen floated down it with hundreds of boats, it was an amazing sight, like vikings setting out for battle. Good river spots - North Bank Savoy Gardens, Royal Festival Hall.
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My go-to place when I need a break from Beijing. CAFA is, surprisingly, not known by many, which makes it even more perfect. It is the only art institution of higher learning operated by the Ministry of Education and was founded in April 1950 when the National Beijing Art College and the Fine Arts Department of Huabei University were transformed into a single institution. The School of Design holds graduate exhibitions every year, which are well worth a visit, and also houses AIGA China. Equipped with an art museum (designed by Japanese architect, Arata Isozaki) as well as art supplies and book stores.
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Beautiful shop with vintage and new gifts + clothing.
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Riley Hooper is a documentary filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY.
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Liana Jegers is an illustrator in Los Angeles, CA. She spends a great deal of her time working on the monthly publication The Smudge with her partner and owner of Tan & Loose Press, Clay Hickson.
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French artist and designer, based in London
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Joe Joiner is a freelance design creative raised and based in East London. Since graduating from Chelsea College of Art & Design, he has built himself a multi-disciplined portfolio that contains a wide variety of clientele, media and approach; with work recently featuring on It's Nice That and Bitique.
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Hello there I am an illustrator living in East London and here are the places I like to visit. This isn't my dog.
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Designer / Art Director / Artist
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I do colorful things for a living. from Montreal now in San Francisco.
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Franck Dion is a French director, writer and illustrator.
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Josh Owen is a designer and professor of Industrial Design at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York. His work has been featured at the Venice Biennale and is in the permanent design collections of the Centre Georges Pompidou, Chicago Athenaeum, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montreal, National Museum of American Jewish History, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Taiwan Design Museum, among others. Significant manufacturers in the U.S. and Europe produce his home/design, furniture, and office products, which are regularly featured in design books, periodicals and in critical design discourse. Owen’s “Build” and “Meta” design academic projects have successfully pioneered integrated practice pedagogy for the field of Industrial Design. He is the author of the book Lenses for Design. Photo by Chris Coe
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Adia Trischler is a video and creative director, image consultant, fashion editor, and current host of the official youtube series for the Vienna tourism board, VIENNA/NOW. Originally from New York, she left the city 11 years ago and immigrated to Vienna, Austria, with virtually no understanding of the German language and no idea at all of what to expect. A decade on, she finally speaks German, has directed numerous exhibitions, taught at the Modeschule Hetzendorf, and was awarded the prize for 'Stylist of the Year' at The Vienna Awards for Fashion and Lifestyle. All the while, she has become deeply passionate about exploring her adopted home city. Since June 2016, she has been lucky enough to share this passion with an international audience as presenter for Vienna/Now. The series follows Adia, as she uncovers all of the breathtaking, exhilarating, romantic, and at times, morbid charm that the city is famous for. www.youtube.com/vienna
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Simone Koller is an independent graphic designer based in Zurich. After moving to the Netherlands to participate in the program at Werkplaats Typografie, she recently moved back to Switzerland to start her own practice. At the moment she’s primarily occupied making books and preparing a series of workshops set in a library located some 1110 metres above sea level.
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19, Photographer & skateboarder
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Born 1983 in Mainz (Germany), lives in Berlin (Germany). He was raised in Sao Paulo (Brasil) and Mainz (Germany). After finishing high school, he attended university. Initially studying architecture, he changed focus and ultimately completed his Bachelor in Fine Arts in 2014 at the Berliner Technische Kunsthochschule and has since participated in several international shows. He has lived, travelled to and worked in South America, Europe, South East Asia, Western Africa and North America. Thomas Friedrich Schaefer had the opportunity to observe different social and familial environments within distinct communities. Since moving back to Germany, he has tried to assess his memories and his past within his images. He recently finished a long-term photographic project creating and documenting elaborately staged environments that play on the essence of fragmented childhood memories. The project required him to construct staged rooms using technical skills which he obtained early in his studies while studying architecture and engineering. Thomas continues to stage images in his studio in Berlin. His work includes hyper-realistic sets that provide the narrative framework to moments of interpersonal relationship. What seem like irrelevant and forgettable moments take on an importance and poignancy. 
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Andrea Sullivan is a Sydney based artist. She has lived in Fontainebleau, London, Toronto and New York. Her vibrant works are assembled testaments to her travels and their time laboured intensity and beauty are a myriad of these experiences. Her work is held in private collections the world over and has shown in NYC and Sydney.
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