Highlight of the Month
Ladakh, India: The World’s Coldest Desert
General Ladakh is a high plateau located in Jammu and Kashmir; it extends from the Himalayan mountains to the Siachen Glacier in the Karakoram range and includes the upper Indus River Valley. Ladakh is bordered by Tibet to the East; the many Tibetan monasteries contribute to the spirituality of the place. Ladakh tourism draws in […]
“Snow-capped Mountains in Ladakh.” “Tibetan prayer flags are colorful rectangular cloths, often found strung along trails and peaks high in the Himalayas. They are used to bless the surrounding countryside.” “Setting Up Camp.” “Mountain ranges bestrewn with wild rose, mint, and grass plants.” “Jagged maroon-hued mountains etched […]
Zentangles consist of structured patterns, created with combinations of dots, lines, simple curves, S-curves and orbs. Zentangle art is non-representational and unplanned, resulting in spontaneity and creativity.
On school trips in India, my school took us to Coorg, Yercaud, Hampi, and Pondicherry. The main activity we did was hiking – “free fun”. The same kids would lead us on each hike; the same kids would end up at the back on each hike. The group chaperones would scatter themselves throughout the front, […]
We are doing a series called “100 Ways to Travel”, where we learn from people who have combined their passion with travel. For instance, a musician who performs gigs at theatres around the world, an athlete who climbs mountains in various continents, or a singer who performs live on cruises. This month, “100 ways to […]
I think desert, I think torrid, I think scorching, dry as a bone, the ground burns feet to a crisp, a place inhabitants would disown. Yet Ladakh pulls me away from my assumptions, with prayer, love. I bird-watch by Pangong Lake, gallop through the Nubra, gaze above. Cool, serene, its dryness and barrenness bring the […]
“The Statue of Liberty – France’s gift to America.” “Little cafes and shops sit at every street corner.” “Skyscrapers line the streets of New York City.” “A Classic New York City Skyline.”
On my group trip to Italy, our leaders advised us to act as travelers, not tourists. One of the main differences between a traveler and a tourist is that a traveler desires to learn about the culture of the country he is visiting, as opposed to simply observing it. This includes a willingness to overcome […]
A city as rich as New York, I have yet to see, attractions for all people, attractions fit for me, I say rich as in vibrant, harmonious, full; I say not rich as in wealthy, minted, dull. I enjoy the hustle and bustle; I need not take in the museums and halls, for which I […]
Piazza on the move, the name came about as an inspiration after a trip to Italy. Piazza which means a public square and as wel travel from one destination to another every month, what would be the point if we did not carry everyone along.
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Thank you for your interest in Piazza on the Move! Piazza on the Move is a non-profit, global travel magazine, seeking to curate stories from around the world, on a single platform. We feel that travel provides us with the inconceivable knowledge of culture, history, and beauty, and, hence, offers unparalleled inspiration for creative works. By assembling travel works together, Piazza and its creators are able to give readers a passport around the world. The stories presented here will create an impact on peoples’ lives, and impel them to explore more and seek creative inspiration from the vast history and varied cultures of our world. We would like to expand on the worldly perspectives of our readers. Born from my vision in March 2019 and a launch in July 2019, Piazza on the Move is an incredible opportunity for me to put my passion for creativity and travel to use.
We aspire to provide a stage for travelers from all around the world to write, take photos, and create art, inspired by their travels. We feel that this world offers a plethora of experiences, and we are lucky to be able to explore them with travel. By creating a forum for different people who have experienced different parts of the world, we want to display the creative talents that can create a lasting impression on readers.
Every traveler is different, and we would like to showcase how each creator experiences travel through the exhibition of travel writing, photography, art, music, and stories. Admiring experts, we also have columns where we interview experienced travelers from whom we can learn. We have no static genre for any of our columns, and we enjoy portraying the beauty, and, at times, difficulties, of our world, through various media. We look for contributors who have messages to convey from various parts of the world, to paint a true picture of the world through our eyes.
Piazza on the Move offers various opportunities—the chance to be published, to join the masthead, to be a blog contributor, or to just read the issues and enjoy yourself! Our second issue will come out in early September 2019, and we hope to receive submissions from all those interested.