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Hey there! My name is Felipe Tofani, the solo adventurer behind Frame Travel Roam Capture, a blog born from my passion for exploring new places and capturing vibrant moments.

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Built between 1972 and 1976, the building has three floors that used to host restaurants and a night club but, since 2006, it has been closed to the public. Mostly because a new owner has been criticized for the work that he wants to have it done on the building. A golden exterior that would destroy that pop-art appearance that makes Bierpinsel what it is today. Let’s hope there is a better future for this building than just laying there empty.

A Guide to Brutalism In Berlin

From the weird-shaped Bierpinsel in Steglitz to the battleship-style construction of the Mäusebunker in Lichterfelde, Berlin has some of the best examples of Brutalism architecture in Europe…

Three-Country Border next to Aachen

My first time visiting a three-country border was when I visited Aachen, the westernmost city in Germany. It took me a few hours on a train to get there, but I didn’t care.

The year is 2019 and there is a kid missing in Winden. He is the person dealing marijuana to some of the kids in school, and nobody seems to know where he might be. One o the kids decided to put together a group and go looking for the stash of drugs from the missing kids. They follow some train tracks that lead deeper into the forest, while they go looking for a cave.

Dark locations Around Berlin

Winden, the city where most of the series happens, is not real, and you can find some small pieces of it in and around Berlin.

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A trip to London is only complete with a pilgrimage to Beigel Bake. This iconic Brick Lane bakery has been serving deliciousness since 1974. Whether in an early morning queue after a night out or simply craving an exceptional bagel, this 24/7 institution delivers.

Beigel Bake: Brick Lane’s Iconic Bakery & Late-Night Cravings Cure

A trip to London is only complete with a pilgrimage to Beigel Bake. This iconic Brick Lane bakery has been serving delic…

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Heidelberg, a city famed for its romantic castle and prestigious university, is also home to a treasure trove of lesser-known attractions waiting to be discovered. This article is focused on these things to do in Heidelberg.

Heidelberg’s Hidden Treasures: 6 Enchanting Places to Uncover the City’s Rich History

Heidelberg, a city famed for its romantic castle and prestigious university, is also home to a treasure trove of lesser-…

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If you love movies and find yourself in Berlin, a trip to the Deutsche Kinemathek, also known as the Berlin Cinema Museum, is an absolute must. Discover the magic of German film and television history at this extraordinary museum in Potsdamer Platz.

Berlin Cinema Museum: A Celebration of German Film & Television

If you love movies and find yourself in Berlin, a trip to the Deutsche Kinemathek, also known as the Berlin Cinema Museu…

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Under the romantic streets of Paris lies a world of darkness filled with the skeletal remains of millions of people. The Paris Catacombs hold a strange appeal, drawing those fascinated by the macabre and off-the-beaten-path history. 

The Paris Catacombs: Descend into Darkness in the City of Lights

Under the romantic streets of Paris lies a world of darkness filled with the skeletal remains of millions of people. The…

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The Canon F-1 is big and heavy, a camera made of brass and glass. It's fully mechanical with no automated features. To use it properly, you must slow down, think, focus, compose, dial up the proper shutter speed, open or close the lens, and wind the film to the next frame. It's a camera that requires everything from the photographer, and in return, it offers an amazingly satisfying analog experience and very, very nice photographs.

The Canon F-1: A Legendary Camera for Your Travel Adventures

The Canon F-1 is big and heavy, a camera made of brass and glass. It's fully mechanical with no automated features. To u…

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Berlin is filled with incredible street art, but a one-piece mural on Prinzenstrasse holds a unique surprise. The Daphne and Apollo mural, a towering collaboration between artists Francisco Bosoletti and Young Jarus, retells an ancient Greek myth with a hidden twist.

Explore Berlin’s Daphne & Apollo Mural on Prinzenstrasse in Kreuzberg

Berlin is filled with incredible street art, but a one-piece mural on Prinzenstrasse holds a unique surprise. The Daphne…

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Sternburg is a super popular beer in Germany, especially on the east side of the country. It's flavorful, affordable, and a big part of Leipzig's culture. You can often find it in Berlin spätis for prices that, nowadays, range from 0,80€ to 1,50€ in fancier places. It's easily one of my favorite beers, and I was really happy to be able to visit the brewery for my birthday.

Sternburg Brewery Tour: Your Leipzig Beer Adventure

If you like beer and are ever in Leipzig, Germany, you must check out the Sternburg Brewery tour! This is what I did wit…

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In the aftermath of World War II, Berlin became a city split in two—a concrete sign of the ideological divide between East and West. This short video, Life in POSTWAR BERLIN before the WALL, which I found on the BBC Archive YouTube page, explores the stark differences in the quality of life between East and West Berlin and the invisible boundary between them.

Berlin’s Divided Heart: Stories of Resilience and Resistance

In the aftermath of World War II, Berlin became a city split in two—a concrete sign of the ideological divide between Ea…

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