This is not about travel as such but relates to the environmental/geographical things that often get talked about here.
There’s a very good exhibition of aerial photographs in the tree-lined patch of green across from the Natural Science Museum (in front of Caves bookshop). They were taken from helicopters and show a great variety of local scenery including mountains, lakes, cliffs and architecture (industrial, residential and religious). They’re by a local photographer who is concerned with the environment (sorry, forgot his name). The information below each photo is detailed and explores environmental and other issues in an honest way. This is no puff piece for tourists. The English language translations are pretty good.
If you have the opportunity to see this exhibition it’s well worth it. I think it will run until the end of February.