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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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Many cities claim fame for their art scenes, but only a few come with their killer soundtrack, right? Berlin has its own rhythm, from Lou Reed to Iggy Pop, Atari Teenage Riot to Depeche Mode. And for those lucky ones who lived here in the late ’70s, the spirit of David Bowie still hangs in the Berlin air like glitter in a rockstar’s hair.

Soundtrack of the City: Bowie’s Berlin Odyssey

Today, I’m taking you through David Bowie’s Berlin. Buckle up as we dive into Bowie’s world – his house, studio, favorit…

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I've had a deep appreciation for Finland for many years. This century-old country is full of surprises and mysteries. While it might not be the first place that comes to mind for a holiday, look at the pictures of Koli National Park, and you'll change your mind.

Monochrome Majesty: Koli National Park’s Beauty Revealed in Black and White

Early in January 2023, I visited another fantastic place in Finland: Koli National Park. Known for being where Sibelius …

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Naboo in Italy: A Day Trip from Milan to the Breathtaking Villa del Balbianello

Have you ever dreamt of strolling into the enchanting landscapes of Naboo from Star Wars? Well, brace yourself because N…

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Welcome to the incredible David Hasselhoff Museum, nestled within the Circus Hostel in Berlin Mitte. This one-of-a-kind museum is a must-visit destination for all Hoff fanatics eager to pay homage to their idol. And people that like how weird Berlin can be from time to time.

From Baywatch to Berlin: Inside the David Hasselhoff Museum

For any avid David Hasselhoff fan or curious Berlin visitor seeking a unique Berlin story to take home, visiting this ex…

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The Gatower Mühle is one of eight windmills still standing in Berlin. This one can be found in Gatow, a neighbourhood south of Spandau and across the waters from Grunewald. And since we have been looking for windmills around Berlin for a while now, we had to write something about this one.

Berlin’s Historic Windmills: Treasures of Traditional Craftsmanship

Windmills have played a significant role in Berlin's past, and it is truly fascinating that these historical landmarks c…

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Welcome to the Lisbon Oceanarium, an incredible aquarium located in a part of town called Parque das Nações. Here, we will provide practical insights about this captivating attraction and guide you through everything you need to know for a memorable visit.

Discover the Fascinating Lisbon Oceanarium: A Must-Visit Destination in Portugal

Welcome to the Lisbon Oceanarium, an incredible aquarium located in a part of town called Parque das Nações. Here, we wi…

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What if you are traveling through the beautiful Budapest and you have a sudden urge to admire some random fluffy felines? We present you the super cozy Cat Café Budapest. It’s not a secret that Fotostrasse loves cats, so when we heard about this place, we just needed to check it out.

Whiskers and Wanderlust: Discovering Europe’s Best Cat Travel Spots

For feline enthusiasts planning a trip to Europe, rest assured that there are ample opportunities to indulge in cat-rela…

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The Seelow Heights Memorial is a solemn tribute to the ferocious Battle of Berlin during the Second World War, where more than one million men clashed at the opening phase. Perched some 90 kilometers east of the city, this historic site played a pivotal role in shaping the war's course. As the Soviet forces clashed with the Nazi defenders, the Seelow Heights became a formidable obstacle.

Exploring the Seelow Heights Memorial: The Battle for the ‘Gates of Berlin’

The Seelow Heights Memorial is a solemn tribute to the ferocious Battle of Berlin during the Second World War, where mor…

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