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Road - Somewhere between Cusco and Ollantaytambo, Peru @viatortravel
Fishing for cockles in Vietnam
🌊⛱🌊 L’oasi di Seu rappresenta un’area estesa poco meno di 100 ettari, ma caratterizzata da un elevato pregio naturalistico, fortunatamente scampata all’azione dell’uomo che ha invece interessato il territorio circostante. Frequentata e occupata in età nuragica (1500-1000 a.C.), per la posizione strategica nel territorio del Sinis, venne poi utilizzata da Fenici e Cartaginesi per le cave di arenaria presenti a punta Maimoni. Nel 1500 d.C. venne eretta la caratteristica torre di avvistamento spagnola, cd. Torre del Sevo o Turr’e Seu, che da il nome all’omonimo promontorio. #sardegna #seu #italia #mare #sinis #oasi #landscapephoto #landscape_lover #natgeoadventure #earthexperience #mthrworld  #igworldglobal #ilovenature #ig_divineshots #earthofficial #earth_shotz #theworldshotz #discoverglobe #landscapelover  #igbest_shotz #natgeoyourshot #natgeotravelpic #epic_captures #awesomeglobe #splendid_earth #earth_portraits #natureperfection #beautyofnature #nakedplanet #roamtheplanet
The ruins of an ancient imperial citadel
Очень понравилась эта парижская улица вчера с множеством перспективных гирлянд на деревья🙌🏻 машины, правда((( но думаю, ладно, сегодня с утра отсниму, родился образ...пришла, достала фотоаппарат, приготовилась к съемке...а они взяли и погасли😬😥 бывают вот и такие казусы😅 зря модель приводила только...
The four “horseman”
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📍Antwerpen, Hopland
📍Lier, Sint-Jansbrug The Sint-Jansbrug is a former swing bridge over the Binnennete in the Belgian town of Lier. The very first bridge was a wooden bridge from 1393, which was replaced in 1420 by a stone bridge. In 1775 a rotating bridge was built, which was destroyed in 1940 with the blowing up of the bridge.
📍Lier, Gasthuisvest The Jesuit Church was founded between 1749 and 1752 on the basis of the plans of Jesuit Brother Albert del Plancken of Ename. It is the last Jesuit church that was built in Belgium. The church building is a one-aisled longitudinal late-baroque church in cross form, built from brick with natural stone processing.
📍Lier The Saint Gummarus church is a church in the Belgian city of Lier, dedicated to Saint Gummarus of Lier. The Saint Gummarustoren is the tower of the Saint Gummarus church.
📍Lier, Vismarkt The Vismarkt, which derives its name from its former function, is situated along the Kleine Nete or Binnennete and probably belonged to the first city center, where until the 19th century the so-called "Huis met den Toren". According to some historians this refers to the "belfry" of the oldest city center.
📍Lier, Park Lier The Lierse City Park is a city park in the south of the city center of Lier. The park borders the Nete and the Grote Nete and is crossed by the Binnennete. The city park is located on the vests and the Netelaan.
There is always light at the end of the tunnel, or something like that. 💡
📍Antwerpen, Stadsfeestzaal
📍Antwerpen, Handschoenmarkt The story of Nello and Patrasche is about a poor orphan and his four-legged friend, a classic of the nineteenth century. The English novel "A Dog of Flanders" tells the story of a poor boy from Hoboken who, together with his dog, sells milk every day in Antwerp. It is the friendship between the two and the positivity of the poor Nello, which makes the story so popular. Nello eventually died of cold and deprivation, after he finally saw the paintings of Rubens in the Antwerp cathedral.
📍Antwerpen, Vlaaikensgang Vlaaikensgang (Vlaaikensgang), an oasis of peace in the heart of Antwerp, is often described as the most picturesque alley in the city. The street has largely retained its late 16th century view. In the sixties of the 20th century there were plans to demolish this idyllic alley and put a parking there. The Vlaaikensgang was saved from destruction in 1969 when antiquarian Axel Vervoordt bought this historic piece of Antwerp. In 1973 the alley was protected.
📍Antwerpen, Lijnwaadmarkt 'Het vermoeiende model' is a restaurant located on a quiet square behind the cathedral. The menu consists of classic French dishes. Reservations are recommended because there are many tourist who come for the unique interior of the restaurant with its statues and niches.
📍Herentals, Begijnhofpark
📍Antwerpen, Grote Markt The Grote Markt of Antwerp is a square in the city of Antwerp, located in the old city. The Schelde is within walking distance (via the Suikerrui). It is a square with many guild houses.
📍Antwerpen, Vlaaikensgang Vlaaikensgang (Vlaaikensgang), an oasis of peace in the heart of Antwerp, is often described as the most picturesque alley in the city. The street has largely retained its late 16th century view. In the sixties of the 20th century there were plans to demolish this idyllic alley and put a parking there. The Vlaaikensgang was saved from destruction in 1969 when antiquarian Axel Vervoordt bought this historic piece of Antwerp. In 1973 the alley was protected.
📍Antwerpen, Wijngaardstraat The Biercorff is a historical complex built around a central courtyard. It is located only one block away from the impressive cathedral of Antwerp. The name “Biecorff” first appeared in the cathedral archives in 1477 when Claus Gillis sold beeswax candles to the church. Now a protected monument, the Biecorff has recently been restored in all its beauty: another Antwerp gem to regain its splendour after years of neglect.
📍Kesselse Heide The Kesselse Heide is a provincial domain with landscape value in Kessel, a sub-municipality of the Belgian Nijlen. The domain has an area of 43 ha. The Kesselse Heide was established in 1976 and has been a protected landscape since 1996.
📍Antwerpen, Groenplaats The Cathedral of Our Lady is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Antwerp, Belgium. Today's see of the Diocese of Antwerp started in 1352 and, although the first stage of construction was ended in 1521, has never been 'completed'. In Gothic style, its architects were Jan and Pieter Appelmans.
📍Antwerpen, De plantentuin The Botanic Garden of Antwerp, which currently bears the name Den Botaniek, is a horticultural botanist established in 1825 in the Antwerp city center on the Leopoldstraat with an area of just under 1 hectare. Previously, at the end of the 18th century, the park was a botanical garden for the École Centrale and then the herb garden and later also the vegetable garden of the Sint-Elisabeth hospital.
📍Antwerpen-Centraal The current station building Antwerp-Central was built between 1899 and 1905 as a top station. The building consists of a steel platform roof and a stone station building. The steel platform roof was constructed between 1895 and 1899 according to plans by engineer Clément Van Bogaert by Compagnie Centrale de Construction. The roof is 43 meters high, 186 meters long and 66 meters wide and offered space for 10 tracks. The stone station building was built between 1899 and 1905 in eclectic style. Delacenserie was inspired by the old station building of Lucerne from 1896 and the Pantheon in Rome. The highest point of the station is a large dome. The station was opened on 11 August 1905. In the middle of the twentieth century the building was in poor condition. However, a possible demolition was averted when the station received the status of a protected monument around 1975, but due to the bad state of the roof that had deteriorated month after month, the NMBS decided on 13 December 1985 that Antwerp-Central would be stationed on 31 January 1986 for safety reasons. Finally, on December 20, 1985 it was decided that SNCB would carry out the necessary restoration work. That restoration began on March 24, 1986 and lasted until shortly before the large conversion in 1998. The glass of the roof was replaced by polycarbonate sheets, so that the safety of the passengers would be ensured. The foundation of the arches was restored and rebuilt where necessary. Steel was cleaned and repainted.
📍Antwerpen, De plantentuin The Botanic Garden of Antwerp, which currently bears the name Den Botaniek, is a horticultural botanist established in 1825 in the Antwerp city center on the Leopoldstraat with an area of just under 1 hectare. Previously, at the end of the 18th century, the park was a botanical garden for the École Centrale and then the herb garden and later also the vegetable garden of the Sint-Elisabeth hospital.
📍Kesselse Heide The Kesselse Heide is a provincial domain with landscape value in Kessel, a sub-municipality of the Belgian Nijlen. The domain has an area of 43 ha. The Kesselse Heide was established in 1976 and has been a protected landscape since 1996.
📍Antwerpen, De Kaaien A little throwback shot of my daughter @lambrechtsamber in Antwerp. We visited this beautiful which has even a more beautiful view.
📍Kesselse Heide
📍Antwerpen, Handschoenmarkt
📍Antwerpen, Vlaaikensgang Vlaaikensgang (Vlaaikensgang), an oasis of peace in the heart of Antwerp, is often described as the most picturesque alley in the city. The street has largely retained its late 16th century view. In the sixties of the 20th century there were plans to demolish this idyllic alley and put a parking there. The Vlaaikensgang was saved from destruction in 1969 when antiquarian Axel Vervoordt bought this historic piece of Antwerp. In 1973 the alley was protected.
📍Antwerpen, Vlaaikensgang
📍Herenthout, Kruiskensberg
📍Antwerpen, Groenplaats Restaurant Da Giovanni is located against the Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekathedraal, right in the historic center of Antwerp. The Chianti bottles on the ceiling and the checkered tablecloths seem to have been plucked out of the south.
📍Antwerpen, Vlaaikensgang Vlaaikensgang (Vlaaikensgang), an oasis of peace in the heart of Antwerp, is often described as the most picturesque alley in the city. The street has largely retained its late 16th century view. In the sixties of the 20th century there were plans to demolish this idyllic alley and put a parking there. The Vlaaikensgang was saved from destruction in 1969 when antiquarian Axel Vervoordt bought this historic piece of Antwerp. In 1973 the alley was protected.
📍Antwerpen, Witte Arend De Groote Witte Arend is a café-restaurant that has been established since 1977 in an old patrician house of the same name. A stylish interior, the ever-present soothing music, the wide range of different dishes and drinks and the friendly service undoubtedly make the success of "De Groote Witte Arend".
📍Herentals, De Kleine Nete
📍Antwerpen, Meir A praline from The Chocolate Line combines all sensory experiences. The counters full of black gold offer so many convincing arguments to deliciously savor and enjoy. On the wall, pious scenes reach gold-rimmed and room-high to the heavy crystal chandeliers. Luxury, pleasure and devotion.
📍Antwerpen, Hoogstraat The former house 'Den Grooten Gulden Schilt' (later 'Den schilt van Mechelen') is located at the Hoogstraat in Antwerp. The house dates from the second half of the 16th century. The stepped gable was built in a traditional style with a renaissance touch. The door frame of bluestone was made around 1650 in a regional Baroque style. The building forms an architectural whole with Hoogstraat nr. 15A-17. In 1976, the facades and the gate with entrance girth were protected as a monument.
📍Kessel, Kessel Fort Fort Kessel is a fort located near the Belgian town of Kessel. It was part of the outer defensive belt of the city of Antwerp against possible enemies. After the Second World War, the fort was inhabited until 1974. In 1968 the municipality of Kessel applied for the purchase of the fort. The deed of sale dates from 1973 and some time later an allowance was granted as public green space. In 1976 the domain was colored on the regional plan Mechelen as a recreational area. The fort of Kessel is now also serving its purpose. You can also fish here.
📍Herentals, De Kleine Nete
📍Antwerpen, Stadsfeestzaal Over the years, time has taken its toll. The building became obsolete due to intensive use and laborious maintenance. In 2000, the city of Antwerp signed an agreement with Multi Development to revitalize the city hall. That was part of a major revitalization of the Antwerp shopping circuit. That did not happen without a struggle. In December of 2000, a violent fire destroyed the entire City Hall. Only the monumental staircases, the historic façade and the steel roof construction remained intact. A long process of permit applications delayed the revival of the building. In 2004, light suddenly appeared at the end of the tunnel. Multi Development acquired the project for the redevelopment of the Stadsfeestaal and immediately started work. What followed was a clever example of planning, vision, craftsmanship and intensive work.
📍Antwerpen, Meir Visit The Christmas World Christmas shop. Whether you're looking for Christmas balls for the Christmas tree or a big deer for the garden: at Christmas World you'll find it. On to Christmas World, because that's where you'll definitely find yourself in the party spheres.
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