The Anhalter train station in Kreutzberg Berlin is just steps away from our hotel. Above ground there’s this reminder of the original station building, just the facade remains. The station opened in 1880. It was the largest and also one of the grandest train stations in the world. Its single span steel and glass roof was 34m high, 62m wide and 171 m long. During WWII the building was mostly destroyed, only this part remained. We heard they also have bunker tours here.
#lunar#ruins#ERP#electro#trueelectro#Dtrt#Ditroit через музыку можно так же понимать, что идёт работа с балансом полушарий, здесь ровный сплошной цельный звук отвечает за постоянство, непрерывность, второе дескретный разорванный звук и при этом цельный успокаивает второе полушарие. Кто не может заниматься йогой, если исходить из необходимости начинать с шаткрий, может просто исследовать ум изнутри. Может это и дольше путь, но пох. Ты являешься чистым творчеством, актом игры, и чистоты, рожденным в безстрашии, реализованном богатстве во всем, ты уже счастлив, ты сейчас успешен, и здесь пропитан изначальной любовью. Тогда Существует ли Невежество?
Day twenty-three. 📍Amman Citadel, Jordan. Made it to Jordan! Well, only just... A couple of hours before our flight I was hit with food poisoning. Fabulous. Luckily the air hostess' were super nice, and let me sit at the back of the plane by myself by the bathroom where they delivered me fresh lemon water. Ironically, I'd decided there was no point taking my toothbrush in my hand luggage—massive error. Anyway, somehow I made it, and thankful that we're now in the incredible city of Amman. People are so, so kind here! There's a massive language barrier which was a little surprising, but hey, you don't need to speak the same language to be kind. Still not feeling the best and overall exhausted, but I knew I had to make the most of our day here. We headed to the Amman Citadel, and it's already my favourite site of my travels. Perched on the highest hill in Amman at 850m above sea level, Jabel al-Qala'a, and is the site of ancient Rabbath-Ammon. The fortress dates back to the Bronze Age, and the area is surrounded by 1,700m-long walls. The most striking attraction of the site is the Temple of Hercules, photographed here by @emilystonehouse (you should check out her photo of this to get a true sense of the scale). Built in AD 161, the only obvious remains are two giant columns and a podium, which you can see from all around the city. Just beyond this point are the remnants of the giant Hercules statue—specifically a hand and an elbow which really showed the level of craftsmanship for this era. Looking down to the city, we had great views of the roman theatre which we ended up exploring once we were done up here. That too was an incredible site—we of course insisted on climbing all of the stairs to get the best views. Both sites were surprisingly quiet and peaceful, which is another stark contrast to Kathmandu. I love it here. #jordan#arabic#middleeast#ruins#architecture#hercules#archeology#amman#city#instatravel#travelgram#wander#explore#adventure#beauty#history#culture#stone#scenic#landscape