Time for very impressive place in Berlin namely The Victory Column or Siegessäule. The Vitory Column is located in scenic place Großer Tiergarten Park, designed by Heinrich Strach (german architect wich designed construction of the Alte Nationalgalerie in Berlin or Flatow Tower in Babelsberg Park) for commemorate the Prussian victory in the Danish-Prussian War, exposed on 2 September 1873. The Victory Column also commemorate Prussia had defeated Austria in Austro-Prussian War (1866) and France in 1870-71 Franco-Prussian War. Later victories inspired the addidtion impressive bronze sculpture with effigy of Victoria. (8,3 metres high and 35 tonnes weight) Sculpture designed by Friedrich Drake. Total hight is 67 m. Project on a vase of polished red granite. We can see the columns which sits on a hall of pillars. Very interesting is a project of glass mosaics, designed by Anton von Werner. Inside of this project we can find stair leading up to the observation platform. Four bronze reliefs decorated the foundation. Reliefs showing the three wars and the victorious marching to Berlin. Artists: Alexander Calandrelli, Albert Wolf, Karl Keil, Moritz Schulz. It’s worth mentioning about details like golden cannon barrels and golden garlands around the column.
With reference to my fashion inspiration I chose pencil skirt 🙂 I love pencil skirts and in my opinion it’s very good way for showing feminine figure, womens shapes. Also I’m a big fan of this pattern-similar to tartan. Interesting is a detail in the form of ,,bonding” two bonds on the hips. Next I chose sweater with my lovely wide sleeves in beige tones from NOA NOA shop. As for accessories, I’ve got massive earring with circles in different sizes. Burgundy colour with tinged with gold.