A little bit Bauhaus in Villingen

Some while ago I bought a cheap book about “current buildings in Villingen”. The book is from1975 and shows a very clean architecture which the urban planners of this time pretty much seeked and also accomplished.
You can see a lot of Bauhaus influence. Also the five points of new architecture from le corbusier is seen in the first spot we visited which is a elementary school.

Thanks to @mvnu for coming with me. Hes currently studying architecture so he gave me a lot of insights I didnt know.

Also checked out the local fire department. Also the pictures to compare it with. I might do the whole book.

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Barcelona Part 4

Last day! It went sooo quick. But thats always the feeling, right? Got a tattoo from Andrea Vienne. I always get a tattoo wherever I go, or I try to. Works out most of the times. Thank you so much Andrea! Wanted to see the Sagrada Familia from inside. Day tickets were already sold out that day. Went to the beautiful market instead!

Chilled at Maccba until the taxi to the airport arrived.

Thank you Barcelona!

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Barcelona Part 2

So here is part 2 which shows day 2 tbh. Walked a ton as always and met with some friends from Germany! S/o to Clarissa and Sara for some nice recommendations!
Went to the “Pavelló Mies Van Der Rohe” afterwards. Which was the german pavillion for the 1929 world exhibtion planned by Mies van der Rohe. I could write an whole essay about this. But wikipedia does better I guess. Incredible place even if this is “just” a reconstruction. Had some really realy delicous dinner in one of the nicest little restaurants I ever been to! Its so hard to find something nice and local. Tourist traps are everywhere. So thanks to Clarissa for this one.

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