The nyckelharpa is a fiddle with a box of keys for extra tuneability. You can spot them in Medieval paintings, but still hear them played today by Swedes. The Boston Museum of Fine Arts has a nickelharpa.
The Basilica of Constantine in Trier was built in the 4th century and spent the Middle Ages as the residence of the Bishop of Trier. It became a Protestant church in the 19th century, and was burnt out in an air raid in 1944. A new organ was installed in 2014. Listen to it.
At the end of August 1966 the Beatles finished their final world tour, and then went off in four different directions. From September 14th to October 22nd George Harrison and Pattie Boyd vacationed in India, visiting Mumbai, Kashmir and witnessed the Ramlila Festival in Benares. George studied sitar under Ravi Shankar. He would return to India the next year, but in a sense, he never left. Source.
The Rolling Stones filmed the video for their song "Streets of Love" in Ottawa in 2005. The concert footage was shot at Zaphod Beeblebrox in the Byward Market. Intercut with that are scenes of a guy wandering the darkened streets of love, which were also filmed in Ottawa.
This is the Somerset Street Bridge. Compare the skyline and the railings to this screen capture from Google Street View:
Domestic Foods is at 595 Gladstone Avenue.
W.O. Stinson and Son own a chain of gas stations in Eastern Ontario. This seems to be the one at 435 Gladstone, which closed in 2010 to make way for condos.
The lonely dude collides with a taxi in front of the Chateau Lafayette House, as so many have done before.