Marianske Lazne, Czech Republic
Maxim Gorky’s Colonnade
Originally built in 1889, this 19th-century colonnade is one of the only such structures in the region to have survived WWII unscathed - many were deconstructed for iron scrap to support war efforts.
Resembling a Turkish mosque, this pumping station houses a masterpiece of mechanical engineering.
This Palace is named after Queen Sophia Charlotte, who only allowed her husband, King Frederick, to visit her here by invitation.
This viewfinder is found on a German fortress that is one of the best-preserved Renaissance military structures of Europe.
Pardubic, Czech Republic
Best known for its appearance in Oscar-nominated film "The Cremator", this colorful crematorium still serves its practical functions to this day.
Altes Postamt SW61
Originally a post office, this neo-Gothic structure's red brick facade and gable design stand in contrast to neighboring buildings on the Landwehr Canal.