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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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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.

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.

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…

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The bustling district around Potsdamer Platz is home to Marlene-Dietrich-Platz, a modern square paying homage to her lasting impact. After the fall of the Berlin Wall and the reunification, Berlin immortalized Dietrich here, in what was once 'no man's land' between East and West.

Marlene Dietrich Berlin: Exploring the Berlin Legacy of an Enigma

Exploring Marlene Dietrich's Berlin is a journey through the life of a unique artist and a woman who stood firm in her c…

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Today, it's a spectacular district of elegant, stylish architecture – a nod to the past with nods to the future. I was there for a few days in May 2022 for a design conference and decided to use my free time to explore everything Parque das Nações offers. 

Exploring Parque das Nações: Lisbon’s Modern Architectural Marvel

Lisbon's eastern edge was once a landscape of factories and industry. But that all changed when the vibrant Parque das N…

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If you manage to walk into the abandoned Flugplatz Rangsdorf, you will never suspect what the place used to be and how much history happened there. It was here that Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg landed after trying to kill Hitler back in 1944 and this is why we took our cameras to explore this abandoned airport ten kilometers south of Berlin city limits.

Forgotten Skies: Abandoned Airports in Berlin’s Historic Landscape

Embarking on a journey through time, uncovering the hidden gems of Berlin's lost places and urban exploration is a refre…

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When Beth Harmon went to Paris in 1967, some outside shots are used to transport the audience from the US straight into Europe. One of the shots was easy to recognize for us since it showed a piece of the Museum Island, in the heart of Berlin.

From the Screen to the Streets: A Tour of Berlin’s Netflix Filming Locations

Embark on a cinematic adventure through Berlin's captivating streets with our guide to iconic Netflix filming locations.…

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Guess who's the surprise greeter at the National Archives of Finland? Yep, you got it – a teeny, tiny mouse! And I call it the Helsinki's Wise Mice. 

Helsinki’s Wise Mice: The National Archives of Finland’s Adorable Welcome Committee

Guess who's the surprise greeter at the National Archives of Finland? Yep, you got it – a teeny, tiny mouse! And I call …

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Before Frame Travel Roam Capture, I wrote for another blog called Fotostrasse. That's where I started sharing my experiences in Berlin and my adventures around the city.

From Fotostrasse to Frame Travel Roam Capture: Eleven Years of Adventure

Before Frame Travel Roam Capture, I wrote for another blog called Fotostrasse. That's where I started sharing my experie…

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Tucked away amidst the timeless beauty of Paris lies the final resting place of the "Poet of the Piano," Frédéric Chopin. Renowned for his remarkable contributions to the Romantic movement, Chopin's musical legacy has left an unforgettable mark on the world.

Chasing Chopin in Paris: Discovering the Maestro’s Resting Place

Tucked away amidst the timeless beauty of Paris lies the final resting place of the "Poet of the Piano," Frédéric Chopin…

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The Tragic End of Rosa Luxemburg: A Berlin Memorial in the Tiergarten

In January 1919, Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht, critical figures in the German socialist movement, were killed by t…

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