Friday, 14 August 2015

Along the Twakinilkawtian Corridor

The observation tower attached to Villa Twaklinilkawt is often reached through a long, elegant, underground corridor with skylights seemingly reaching to the clouds.

A journey along the Twaklinilkawtian Corridor often takes at least an hour to complete, and possibly even longer if the artworks along the way are observed, appreciated and reflected upon.

The analogy archways, along the corridor, are often admired by visitors, as are the allegorical architraves.

The textures of the picture frames are frequently enjoyed just as much as the works within them. 

The shimmering floors gleam with the gleanings of art and history, much to the satisfaction of those treading lightly towards the future. 

There is much to see and do along the way, with seating available whenever a rest may be required.

If you wish to follow your guide along the corridor, please ensure you have arranged a suitable time in your schedule in order to do so without needing to rush.  The guides themselves enjoy resting as much as they enjoy showing visitors the connections and collections on display.

The tour continues this way