The Myth of the Wizard: Alderley Edge

Article and photographs: Senem Peace

Sometimes the closest ones are the furthest! Have your ever kept saying to yourself that you’re going to visit “that” place, which is just a few hours from your home? The relief of having those places nearby, and the possibility to reach them whenever you want, gives a slackness. That’s true.

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A bit of English Nature: The Lake District

Article and photographs: Senem Peace


The Lake District in the Nortwest England is one of the most popular holiday destinations of UK. This national park is in the rural county of Cumbria, which is known by its attractions such as historical buildings, nature and preserved railways… Continue reading “A bit of English Nature: The Lake District”

The Land of Luxury & Wealth: Monaco

Photos and article: Senem Peace

After a long gap, I am starting to post new destinations on Vonderlusta. There’s so much added up on my hand for a while, but I could’nt manage myself to sort them out. Today I decided to start with Monaco; the land of nobility and wealth…

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“Art Homes” Apartment Rue Bonaparte

Article: Senem Peace / Photographs: Mathieu Fiol

“I am neither architect, neither decorator, nor a real-estate professional” says Gérard Faivre, who transforms properties as ready-to-live works of art, whilst keeping the historical essence. He believes that there have to be an harmony in between the history of the buiding, the location, and the former owners of the property.

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Who wants to have a forensic “art” eye?

Article: Senem Peace / Headline image: © National Gallery, London

Something great is about to happen in London this week. The National Gallery is going to teach art lovers, how to have a forensic eye. It is cool, isn’t it? The aim of this course is to make the attenders be able to distinguish art masters, just by examining their brushwork. Continue reading “Who wants to have a forensic “art” eye?”

7 reasons why travelling is good for our souls

Photographs and article: Senem Peace (Headline image: Saint Tropez)

Travelling is a rising trend for the last decade. Of course it always had its charm, since the ancient times. But today it has different meanings. Such as; a newly risen type of communication or “stating a status”. All around us, almost everybody loves to travel. It is fun, it gives happiness and it makes us feel good.

Here are the 7 reasons, why travelling is good for our souls, and makes us feel happy.

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Stylish Mediterranean Villa by Cote d’Azur

Article: Senem Peace

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This villa, in the South of France, has a stylish Mediterranean appearance and lots of light, as it deserves in Cote d’Azur. Continue reading “Stylish Mediterranean Villa by Cote d’Azur”

Why travelling is so intriguing?

Photos and article: Senem Peace

Especially in the last decade, travelling became a hot topic all around the world.

Of course, to travel has always been something to be admired, and travellers were kind of heroes in times past. But today, after the rise of social media and easier access to cheaper travel, travelling became something not only to dream of, but also something reachable. Continue reading “Why travelling is so intriguing?”

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