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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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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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In the city of Leipzig stands a monument so imposing that it could have been plucked straight from the pages of a J. R. R. Tolkien novel. The Monument to the Battle of the Nations is a haunting and awe-inspiring testament to one of Europe's bloodiest conflicts.

Leipzig’s Colossal Tribute: The Monument to the Battle of the Nations

In the city of Leipzig stands a monument so imposing that it could have been plucked straight from the pages of a J. R. …

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London may be a bustling city, but tucked away in its many neighborhoods are green spaces perfect for relaxing. One such special place is Shepherdess Walk Park in Hoxton. It’s ordinary enough until you find a mysterious passageway… Follow it, and you’ll stumble upon a dazzling surprise – the Shepherdess Walk Mosaics!

Discover Shepherdess Walk Park: London’s Hidden Mosaic Masterpiece

London may be a bustling city, but tucked away in its many neighborhoods are green spaces perfect for relaxing. One such…

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In the heart of Berlin, at the edge of where Tempelhof and Neukölln meet, a colossal iron relic stands as a stark reminder of the city's turbulent past. Known as the Vaubeka Crane, this industrial titan once symbolized resilience during a crisis.

From Industrial Workhorse to Historic Landmark: The Vaubeka Crane Story

The Vaubeka Crane towers over the Teltow Canal, a crucial waterway for transporting goods into Berlin. It was built in 1…

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Think momentarily about a lone figure gazing over a vast, foggy mountain landscape. I can imagine what passed through your mind, and I bet it references a painting. That's the iconic image in Caspar David Friedrich's famous painting, "Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog."

Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog: See the Painting That Inspired a Thousand Adventures

Think momentarily about a lone figure gazing over a vast, foggy mountain landscape. I can imagine what passed through yo…

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If you think the Netherlands is totally flat, think again! This country actually has a surprising peak called the Vaalserberg. The Vaalserberg is 322.4 meters above sea level in the country's southeast corner. That makes it the highest point in the Netherlands. At least if you only consider the European part of the country.

What is the highest point in the Netherlands? Your Guide to the Vaalserberg

If you think the Netherlands is totally flat, think again! This country actually has a surprising peak called the Vaalse…

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Are you a history buff who’s always been fascinated by the ancient Roman Empire? If you’re tired of the crowds at the Colosseum, why not take a trip to Ostia Antica?

A Visit to Ostia Antica with a Dubble Bubblegum Film: Step Back in Time at Rome’s Ancient Port City

Are you a history buff who’s always been fascinated by the ancient Roman Empire? If you’re tired of the crowds at the Co…

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Imagine the awe-inspiring sight of the colossal blue gates of Babylon or strolling through the magnificent arches of a bustling Roman marketplace. These aren't scenes from a movie; they're everyday possibilities at the incredible Pergamon Museum in Berlin. But there's one big catch… The entire museum won't reopen fully until at least 2037.

The Pergamon Museum: A Berlin Must-See…But Plan Ahead

Imagine the awe-inspiring sight of the colossal blue gates of Babylon or strolling through the magnificent arches of a b…

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