Welcome to my travel blog, where I will be posting updates from my architectural journey along the Silk Road in China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkey, finally ending up in Marco Polo’s home town, Venice.

This trip is made possible by the Howe Travelling Fellowship at Shepley Bulfinch.  I would also like to thank members of the Shepley Alumni Group for their generous support.

-Tad Jusczyk

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    • Joelle,
      The mosque is in the Registan in Samarkand. Feel free to use the photo.
      I’ve definitely read Invisible Cities, and was thinking a lot about it on my trip.

  1. Hello travellers and photographers ! Very nice site/blog!
    I would like to ask you if you allow me to use your picture of Rodin’s Door of the hell to illustrate my father’s manuscript about philosophy of fine arts. It is published only online and only in German at http://www.vietinghoff.org. The resolution/size would be 72/300 and your name will be mentioned.
    Thank your for your reply!
    All the best, Alexander

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