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  • fabforgottennobility:

    la Cattedrale del Vento, Namibia

    (via blognfool)

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  • Pisa tower, Tuscany, Italy on Flickr.

    Another view on the tower of Pisa, Italy

  • Next week I’ll be there: introducing this beautiful fairytale palace to my son. Can’t wait.

    islamic-cultures:

    Alhambra, Granada, Andalusia

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  • I have to admit. Sometimes places in my country are worth sharing. The monumental town of Bourtange is not only nice from the sky but a stroll around too (in 15 min you have seen the cute village).

    allthingsworthsharing:

    Fort Bourtange, Groningen, Netherlands. Built during the Eight Year War (1568–1648) under William I of Orange.

    (Source: bourtange.nl, via visitheworld)

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  • Cobble stones in Mariana, village in Minas Gerais Brazil on Flickr.

    Easy going village of Mariana, Brazil. Enjoy a sunday afternoon with lunch at the market square.

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  • Himalaya decorated with prayer flags on Flickr.

    Leh Ladakh. An inspirational place.
    A mind ful of pleasant memories.

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  • Street view in Lucca, Tuscany, Italy on Flickr.

    Street view in Lucca, Tuscany.
    Lazy summerafternoon.

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  • Open air museum. This is an authentic place, in the middle of the woods at the island of Saarema, Estonia.

    evysinspirations:

    Thatched roofs of Altja village (by Sokleine (mostly off))

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  • Mountain view, Garfagnana, Tuscany, Italy on Flickr.

    Apuan Alps, Tuscany.
    Don’t tell anyone: this is an unspoilt part of Tuscany!

  • The Maremma #2, Tuscany, Italy on Flickr.

    My favourite: one can almost feel the heath in Tuscany.

  • mygola:

    Ever thought of cycling across Europe - meandering over France, Netherlands, Belgium? mygola tells you exactly how - the most scenic, challenging routes, of history and more.http://mygo.la/T0JYkZ

    Bye bike!
    Just come over and use the extensive network of routes. They are free, easy to find and on your bike it’s the perfect moment to meet local cyclists on eg a ‘bakfiets’ (to drive around with children).

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  • evysinspirations:

    (via Pitigliano tra tufo e cielo, a photo from Grosseto, Tuscany | TrekEarth)

    Pitigliano, Tuscany, Italy

    Amazing medieval village built on rocks. Pitigliano in the south of Tuscany, in the Maremma.

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