This time around, Little Hammer is relaxing in the capital Hungarian city of Budapest!
The Hungarian Parliament Building is one of the most impressive sites found along the river.
Once again, Little Hammer is on the road.
This time he ventured far across the pond to the Commonwealth country of Canada!
His first stop was Grand Manan Island .
Here he is taking a look at the Swallow Tail Lighthouse. Though built in 1859, the lighthouse was not operational until 1860, with the arrival of the lantern – shipped from Birmingham, England!
Once again, Little Hammer is on an adventure!
This time round, he made his way to the Turkish city of Istanbul.
Founded in 660BC, it’s one of the oldest cities in the world!
Little Hammer’s first stop: the Galata Tower. Built in 1348, this medieval tower offers an impressive view of the city!
Little Hammer’s latest adventure has taken him to the beautiful French département of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur.
Here’s Little Hammer enjoying a breathtaking view of the Château de Gordes. This 11th century fortress is now a protected monument.
This time around, Little Hammer has made his way across the Atlantic to the sandy beaches of Florida!
Little Hammer’s latest adventure has taken him far and wide – to Singapore!
The landscape of Singapore is a fascinating blend of cultural tradition and modern style.
This is especially clear in the architecture. Old temples and new skyscrapers sit side-by-side.
This time around, Little Hammer is in the holiday spirit and decided to pay a visit to one of Germany’s famous Christmas Markets in the city-state of Berlin.
Nearly every city in Germany has at least one Christmas Market – and Berlin boasts more than 60!
For a list of all the Christmas Markets in Berlin, click here (.pdf)
Summer, sun, beaches and water: Where is Little Hammer this time? Why, in the south of France, of course!
Nice is a year-round destination of choice for those trying to escape the snowy winter blues. Of particular interest is the old city centre, with its baroque, secular and sacred architecture. This is finely demonstrated in the Nice Cathedral from the 17th century.
Little Hammer decided to take a look modern Nice, at the Promenade des Anglais (“English Promenade” or as the locals call it “Le Prom”).
Little Hammer’s latest adventure has taken him to the German city of Erfurt!
Following the visit of Pope Benedict XVI, Little Hammer decided to check it out for himself.
Here you can see him checking out the Krämerbrücke (Merchant’s Bridge). It is unique in that it is the longest bridge of its kind. It spans the Breitstrom (part of the Gera River), which used to serve as part of the medieval Jewish Mikwe (ritual baths). Erfurt is also home to the oldest synagogue in Europe.