I see a gate to this castle nearly every day. We bought a painting of one of the castle gates from an artist at the castle during a visit in December 2001. The painting hangs in our dining room.
waouhh quelle vue magnifique
A mighty fine castle! I just wish I were the Prince living there!
Now that's a castle. What a wonderful site on the top of that hill.
Amazing! Scenes like this is one of the reasons I like going to Europe.
Isn't that the strange things about earthquakes--how they destroy some things and not others--pick and choose I suppose.The castle is marvelous as is the picturesque town below. MB
That's right. They built stone to last in those days! ;-) Love the general view.
An interesting image, every part of it. In particular it conveys a sense of depth and distance. Well done.
A perfect spot for a castle too.
A great view of a beautiful castle, not much is changed here and this is a good thing.
Such a fine composition, filled with visual information.
Impressive castle and beautiful view!
I love this shot! What a great city and the castle is perfectly positioned!
Great view of the castle and the surrounding structures. Bet there's a great view from the castle, too!
This is a wonderful shot! 1147 is beyond impressive.
The view must be great where you stand, otherwise I don't understand why these buildings are packed so densely, layer upon layer too...As they say in Bangkok, sabai, sabai. There is a real concern that the government and many Bangkokkians intend to forgive and forget. I shudder to think what will come next, when the farmers are done with their planting/harvesting, and the reds mount another attack...
Linda foto, o castelo é maravilhoso!Uma pena sobre o terremoto.Hey, que comentário mais louco foi aquele da casa em Durbuy? LOL okay, estou a brincar! Lógicamente eu entendi!Abraços!Léia
I want to be a bird flying the sky above The Castle Hill.
This really looks like a castle! So glad it survived.
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