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Fountain and Cloth Hall (Sukiennice) in Kraków’s Market Square (Rynek Główny). Rynek Główny, the main market square in Kraków, Poland, is the largest Medieval town square in Europe. A modern fountain is located near the Renaissance-style Cloth Hall, which sits in the Square’s center. Although … Continue reading
Generalife Palace with Views of the Alhambra and Granada beyond. An upper terrace provides an expansive view of the Alhambra and Granada with a glimpse of the Sierra Nevada mountains in the distance. Recently, I posted a photo of the … Continue reading
View of the Alhambra Palace and Granada, Spain, from the Generalife Palace. Previously, I shared photos of one of my favorite outdoor “rooms” in the Alhambra Palace’s Generalife Gardens. Today, I share an airy and exotic room within the Generalife … Continue reading
Parade Gardens (I love that staircase!) with the Empire Hotel behind. Bath, Somerset, United Kingdom. During a walking tour of Bath, I found myself taking pictures of various scenes that caught my eye. As it turned out, I hit upon … Continue reading
Church of Our Lady (Onze Lieve Vrouwekerk), Bruges, Belgium. This photo appeals to me for several reason. I like the perspective, the colors, and the lighting on the bridge’s stones and through the stained glass window. I also like how the … Continue reading
Arch Between Old Civil Registry and Town Hall, Bruges, Belgium. This beautifully detailed arch between Bruges‘ City Hall (Stadhuis) and Old Civil Registry (Paleis van het Brugse Vrije) is an elegant entryway onto Burg Square. But before entering the square, … Continue reading
Brussels’ Christmas Tree is definitely different this year. And it’s causing quite a stir. But I’ll get to that later. First, you’ve got to see the tree. We arrived in Brussels on November 23, the day after celebrating American Thanksgiving … Continue reading
Graslei Canal, Ghent, Belgium. We were so fortunate to have such a beautiful day when we visited Ghent. As you can see, this area was rather quiet, but we weren’t the only one’s enjoying the sunshine and picturesque location. If … Continue reading
View of Lieve Canal from Rekelingestraat Bridge, Ghent, Belgium.
Graslei Canal, Ghent, Belgium.