More monumentality in Vienna

Europe, Austria

More monumentality in Vienna

No Comments 8 May 2011

During his visits to Vienna in the early noughties, the Monkey was struck again and again by the Austrian capital’s grandiose architecture. Here he shows off further evidence of the old imperial grandeur, while also meeting a local devil.

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Québec City, un petit peu plus

Americas, Canada

Québec City, un petit peu plus

No Comments 25 April 2011

The Monkey unleashes a few more photos from the archives: Fancy a bit more Québec scenery?

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Art and architecture around Chicago

Americas, United States, The Midwest

Art and architecture around Chicago

No Comments 17 April 2011

Chicago—famed for its architecture and public art—is also the location of the Monkey’s chance encounter with his photographer, way back in 1994. In this post, the Monkey revisits some of his old stomping grounds and takes in the grands projets of the Midwest’s Metropolis.

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Ottoman imperial mosques

Europe, Turkey

Ottoman imperial mosques

No Comments 9 April 2011

Anyone remotely familiar with the skyline of Istanbul knows that the city is home to some of the world’s most impressive mosques. In these 2002 photos, the Monkey visits a few standout mosques and meets some friendly locals.

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Monkey, Schlepps mourn Knut

Special features, Monkey news, Germany, Eastern Germany

Monkey, Schlepps mourn Knut

No Comments 19 March 2011

The Monkey and the entire Schlepp clan mourn the passing of Berlin’s celebrated polar bear, Knut.

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