Invite you to take a look at the 72 photos I took while visiting places in France and Italy through a 10-day trip. Sunny makes the image brilliant, colorful but also makes it difficult because the light deviation is too strong. The 10x Reno shows quite a function of a camera when traveling.
Please take a look.
I went to Paris on hot summer days so everyone here wore very cool and comfortable clothes. This photo I took when I crossed the street. Prefer sunshine to shine under the road and make hair shine. In countries far away from the equator, the sun shines longer and is more oblique.
In the park, the seats are arranged under the mist nozzles above. The spray is cool for a long time, just like the hot coffee shops in Vietnam with mist. Sitting in the fog is also fun.
The dancer performs in a certain TV program of French Television right on the river bank near the Eiffel Tower. I have reduced the color of this sheet to look better. I like how the Reno 10X camera can capture the different skin colors of the people in the picture.
A couple of young people take souvenir photos in front of the world's most famous tower. This is the tallest work of mankind after thousands of years of the Pyramids of Egypt.
Parisians play under water in record hot days recorded in this country. Temperature up to more than 40 degrees. However, my feeling is not too hot and uncomfortable as the heat in Vietnam. You just need to get into the shade to be cool right away.
Sun exposure is something I find strange, people love sun exposure, even though the outside is very hot but many people lie exposed.
Church on Montmartre hill. My trip was mostly to the cathedrals in France and Italy. Because my home is Christian and I want to take my parents to visit St. Peter's Church in the Vatican.
The fence around the church features special love locks. The mayor of Paris once had to remove a bridge because these locks were too heavy to jeopardize the bridge. You see many heart-shaped locks, obviously it's made not to lock the door but to lock two guys together.
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Glass painting is the most impressive point when you go to churches in Europe.
Standing from the high church tower looking at Paris.
Outside Pantheon. Originally, the Panthéon was a church built in the 18th century to preserve the relics of St. Geneviève. It has seen many important events in French history. Currently the Panthéon is a burial place and honors historical figures and people who have made a name for France.
"Let the temple of religion become the temple of the country, so that the tomb of a great man becomes the altar of freedom"
In 1885, along with the writings of writer Victor Hugo being brought into the electricity, the new St. Genevive church was completely removed from the Panthéon area, where it was only a place to bury the children who made a name for France.
A giant painting on the wall in District 13, where Vietnamese people live in Paris. I came here to find a bowl of pho.
Three tourists are standing on three hired scooters of Lime car rental service. This rental startup started in the US and recently expanded in France. You just need to have a smartphone with a bank card to easily hire a scooter to go and pay.
Just see which car on the road you install the app and then scan the barcode is to go, take a lot of money, go to where to throw the car and then click finish is done. I will share this service later.
Behind is the glass pyramid in the world's most famous museum: Lourve
History in the museum. I heard an American English-speaking teacher introduce the museum to students aged 8.9.
Paintings on the walls and the paintings on the ceiling.
A picture in the large gallery below.
It takes many months to go through this museum.
First John the Baptist on the plate. "On the occasion of Herod's birthday, Herod's daughter danced in front of everyone, and made Herod delight. Because the king vowed to give it anything he asked for. said: "Please put John the Baptist's head on this plate for me." The King was sad, but because he had sworn, and because of the people who were attending the banquet, he did so. in prison, and leave John's head on the plate and give it to the girl, and it brings it to his mother. "
The old people did not take pictures to put on graves, making the statue.
Looking for Persian. Very beautiful and dull.
Pattern in Arab architecture
I came here because I read Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code saying this place is the holy grail. Trying to find and not seeing.
I came to Lyon Sunday, and attended the ceremony at the Cathedral in Lyon. The inside of the church is beautifully indescribable.
Souvenirs displayed in a booth of the old town in Lyon.
Eat a full and energetic breakfast to prepare a trip to nearly 450km to Milan. I often take food with my phone and this is one of the few that I really like about image quality. Reno 10X makes me very surprised.
Outside Milan Cathedral.
Because of the lighted stone, the picture above is white. This plate I stand on is oblique, open HDR and pull up the color so I look more bold and like it. Camera phone when taking architecture has the advantage of deep focus, so everything is sharp.
The reliefs of Jesus being stripped of the bronze by the army. Most are blue due to oxidation, where much is touched, copper color is exposed.
St. Bartolomeo, one of the 12 apostles of Jesus. This statue of him is placed in the cathedral of Milan. The statue depicts him being skinned and holding the Bible to remind him to preach in Armenia and be skinned here, martyrdom.
People are listening to tour guides talking about the roof of a commercial center right next to the cathedral of Milan
Take a picture of your home at Giulietta's grave (Juliet, Romeo's boyfriend). Visiting her but closed that day so she could not enter. At this time we were in Verona, about 2 hours drive from Milan.
Romeo and Juliet love stories have been mentioned by the whole world in many different works of art. But the most impressive thing for me was when Van Dung called Xuan Bac in a certain drama on TV for a long time.
The fake statue used to act. In addition to this statue is about 10m high, extremely beautiful and impressive. When will the play take place in Verona Arena people will bring it in.
Outside Verona Arena. This is an old town and very touristy. Verona old town is also built on the background of another ancient city.
After leaving Verona old town I have to Grada, about 45 minutes drive away to visit the huge lake and swimming pool here. Bathing in the pool like swimming, water is extremely cold.
Freshwater lake should have a goose to bathe together.
A girl stands for a picture with Pisa leaning tower
Statue of God suffered inside Pisa church
When you put coins into the slot, the candle will light up.
Shooting mode supports many tower users when coming here.
Flowers near a stop to buy gasoline and water.
Flowers are very fresh and very blooming. We are on our way from Pisa to Rome to the last place.
Swiss guards guard the entrance of the Vatican.
Statue of two angels in St. Peter's church
In the cathedral is extremely large and many of these statues, to see if all the images take a few days.
Standing from the highest roof of St. Peter's Church, looking at ROME
From the highest church roof to the Vatican authority.
Outside the Colosseum. It must be that the Roman empire has reached an extremely high level to be able to build such an entertainment place.
Tourists visit the Colosseum arena.
The ancient pillars are no longer in their proper positions.
The bust of a Roman king lived before Christ.
Outside the arena with many historical wounds.
Take the train to another basilica.
Feast in a small recess of the Basilica of Our Lady of Rome in Rome.
A tourist is kneeling and praying
On the roof of the Basilica of the Blessed Mother. One of the 4 great basilica in Rome.
Watching happy children in the sun is the joy of true fathers.