#FriFotos: Architecture Mixture

Posted May 24, 2013 by Elica Sue in Blog

#FriFotosfollow is a weekly Twitter chat where travelers can share their favorite photos based on a certain theme. To see this week’s theme and photos, search #FriFotos on Twitter. Tweet one of your own and join in the fun!  

If you’ve been keeping up with the Twitter hashtag #FriFotos, then you’ll already know that this week’s theme is ARCHITECTURE! Architecture is part of what makes traveling, well, traveling–you get to experience not only recognizable shapes and patterns, but you can also learn about the history of how specific forms of architecture came to be born in that specific place. Architecture can be considered a beautiful form of art, and architecture can be considered to add an extra touch of magic to whatever destination it may be at. Check out our picks for the architecture theme of this week:

Italy / Amalfi / Architecture / Photography

Old buildings in Amalfi, Italy.
Flickr photo by cubagallery.


Dome architecture of the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.
Flickr photo by blmiers2.

architecture: st paul's at dusk

St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, England.
Flickr photo by JonathanCohen.

Resuming History of Architecture

Veruela Monastery in the province of Zaragoza.
Flickr photo by tochis.

colonial architecture saigon

French colonial architecture in Vietnam.
Flickr photo by shapeshift.

traditional architecture

Traditional architecture in Seoul, Korea.
Flickr photo by robert.molinarius.

Architecture futuriste

St. Joseph’s Church in France.
Flickr photo by Osbern.

About the Author

Elica Sue

Elica Sue is WildJunket's web editor and writer specializing in languages and student travel. Based in California, she grew up with an exposure to a menagerie of culture, language, and art, and is a student pursuing what she is most passionate about: writing, traveling, and learning languages. She blogs at Travelengua.

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