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Discussion in 'Photos' started by RiotPat, Mar 21, 2011.
Somewhere not far outside of Llano:
That was more than a decade ago. Probably hasn't changed much. KLR is long gone, replaced by a KTM. Or two. Or three.
http://www.portugaltravel.org/santa-maria-de-cos-monastery-alcobaca some pics of the inside of the Monastery beautiful inside
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Stumbled upon this place riding nowhere in particular today.
Could've lined up the bike for some better shots but honestly, just putting it on the sidewalk in front of a place of worship felt borderline disrespectful, so I left it at that.
I case any of you guys speaks Latin:
On the back of the temple there was a rusted statue of a chained man and a memorial in Catalan. From what I read there, during the fascist years (particularly the 40s) the back of the temple was used for shooting squad executions.
I think this was Slovenia but we got diverted into the next valley. Church, statue and tree DSC01048 by herman munster, on Flickr
His movie career in the toilet, he turned to a much smaller stage.
Prieuré bénédictin de TRIZAY. CHARENTE MARITIME - FRANCE
St Andrews, Leighterton , Gloucestershire, England.
Dow's Pulpit, a historic location and rock used to preach from during the Colonial Era north of Monticello, Ga
The old Oothcaloga Mission was near here, the German Moravians settled this area of north Georgia prior to the Revolutionary War.
Spanish Colonial Catholic Church, San Cristobal Acasaguastlan, Guatemala.
St Margaret's Church, Bagendon, Gloucestershire. Dates back to the early 12th century.