Campanile Bethune Fouquieres-les-Bethune
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Lot happening today folks...Another amble through the gorgeous city centre... Different streets, different discoveries
.. It's into Ice Magic we venture is a Bruges tradition to present Ice Sculptures Festival during the winter. Every year there are suitable topics that fascinate young and old and brings an unprecedented aspect of Bruges under the loop.Bruges is proud to announce a world first: its own ...
To Vimy Ridge, north of Arras, Hill 145, where the Canadian Monument and several cemeteries are located as part of the Vimy Ridge National Historic Site of Canada. The only other historic site outside Canada is Beaumont-Hamel.
A different style of monument, where two towering pylons of limestone are carved with allegorical figures from greek mythology. Maple leaves on one tower, the fleur-de-lys on its twin, symbolic of ...
... among the graves.
Dernacourt, Jeancourt, Grevilles. Each cemetery has its own register, for those buried and those whose names are inscribed on the memorial. We recorded our visit and the soldier searched for on Lyn's behalf. Initially I was doing a friend a favour and out of curiosity, but it soon became personal to locate each and every one.
Beautiful weather in Paris Today. Sugi was up by 6am and I was a bit tired and slept in, around 7am she went down to the bakery and brought me coffee, Croissants and Danish pastry for breakfast. Around 10am we got a bus to Eiffel Tower, did some souvenir shopping and had lunch at gare du nord in a Sri Lankan Restaurant. Prem drove us around to see Paris by night. It was beautiful. We love ...
... standing. After the "Great War" the town was painstakingly rebuilt with many of the original buildings brought back to their original state. 43,000 Australians died here over the course of World War I. It was a moving and sobering experience for us (kids ...