And when it rains on your parade, look up rather than down. Without the rain, there would be no rainbow.
Gilbert K. Chesterton
Many museums and institutions are lately building some sort of panorama on their roofs so that people can have a 360 degrees view over the city or the district. Good examples for that are the Reichstag Dom in Berlin or the Guinness Museum in Dublin.
The Aros museum in Cophenaguen (Denmark) is also following this new trend and has recently built an amazing panorama called ‘The Rainbow“. I guess by just looking the picture you can tell why : ) According to the museum, the building of this roof is a connection between the museum and heaven, since the museum is conceived under the Divine Comedy from Dante. Really imaginative.. and really nice as well!
So you are in New York and you are sick of skyscrapers and people everywhere. You want to relax, but Central Park is full of tourists and is not the best place to be. Plus you’ve already seen it, and you are looking for something new. This is a suggestion: go to Chelsea Park so you can admire the forty piece environmental installation “Rainbow City” organised by Friends with you! The sculptures are going to be there for the whole summer, so might like to pack your lunch and have a picnic there! I did it if I could, believe me.
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