European Architecture

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Kilmouski & Me: What a great street! Old Building, Dinan France, Vila Medieval, Medieval Market, Bangunan Minecraft, Medieval Houses, European Architecture, Fantasy City, Medieval Town

What a great street!

I have no idea where in France this picture was taken. It sure felt familiar, owing to the fact it reminded me so much of one of Rik Pierce's dollhouses. I sure would love to make it. Though not for my collection, it would be too small. I just think it would be a lot of fun. I even like the color of the green trim. Surely there can't be two doors side by side... Can there? Don't you wonder what is around that bend. I want to see the rest of it! Thank you to Jean-Claude for providing a link…

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2 Days in Dubrovnik, Croatia: What to See, Do and Eat | Love and Olive Oil

Our first stop on our Croatian adventure: Dubrovnik. Way down in the Southern tip of the Croatian coast along the stunning turquoise waters of the Adriatic sea, this ancient walled city is one of the most beautifully preserved medieval cities in all of Europe. Dubrovnik has become an increasingly popular tourist destination in the past

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Киселева Надежда Анатольевна
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Romanesque architecture | History, Characteristics, & Facts

Romanesque architecture was current in Europe from the mid-11th century to the advent of Gothic architecture. It was the product of monastic expansion: larger churches were needed to accommodate numerous monks and priests, as well as the pilgrims who came to view saints’ relics.

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