Most of Yemen’s cities have this beautiful [medieval look](http://www.jorgetutor.com/yemen/yemen.htm). I hope the capital, [Sanaa](http://www.bjp-online.com/IMG/068/166068/sana-a-in-yemen.jpg?1300188837), didn’t suffer too much from the recent arab spring.
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As a german I can agree. Rothenburg is known as one of the most “tourist” towns in the country. Nonetheless it’s a beautiful and famous medieval town. Sometimes we go there to see all the tourists. (Especially the chinese and japanese bus-groups.) It feels
In the Caribbean and about 12 miles from the mainland. Little walk through (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNiXuOc4qeg) I saw when looking more into the island. I wouldn’t mind spending the night here.
Forgot to put [OC] in the title. Here are a few more images I took on the day. St Ives is bloody lovely! [Image 1](http://i.imgur.com/o7XI2s8.jpg) [Image 2](http://i.imgur.com/8jUbWEE.jpg) [Image 3](http://i.imgur.com/auIrQm6.jpg) [Image 4](http://i.imgur.com/5HBaFWk.jpg)
Probably the best village porn I’ve seen. Beautiful architecture, a quiet harbor and a castle over looking the sea to boot. I can imagine myself walking down the narrow streets at dusk and taking in all the sights and sounds.
I remember many years ago driving through England and I got a bit lost and ended up driving through a tiny village called Rockingham. My mouth was open the entire time because I was in shock of how gorgeous it was. The irony is
The train looked good, but we liked the van because it was a tenth of the price and able to stop multiple times to let people out to take pictures. I wouldn’t want to go back to Skagway though, I’ve heard they put an
Beautiful little village. http://maps.google.com/maps?q=hunawihr+france&ll=48.179301,7.311498&spn=0.005537,0.009645&gl=us&t=h&z=17&vpsrc=6&layer=c&cbll=48.179228,7.311882&panoid=xmH84MnLhw4Qnyo9YSKuEg&cbp=12,235.78,,0,-12.21
This is not about Monickendam, but about Amsterdam: I just came from a week holiday in Amsterdam, this is the second time ever, and this year that I visit this city. I don’t really like big cities in general (not that I’ve been to
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previously post by mistake in cityporn, i know now a new cool subreddit all the town is like that. Others from of the blog of David Giral, http://blog.davidgiralphoto.com/2010/01/14/a-walk-in-the-village-of-locronan-brittany-france/ and often use for movies (Tess by Polanski, A Very Long Engagement by Jeunet, Chouans) Chouans
Very true. I have roots in the Bay of Kotor (unfortunately, due to a number of circumstances I have never visited it and have never met all but a few of the family I have there) and I’ve heard of how it has changed
Actually, you linked to the wrong Novigrad, Croatia. Here’s the right [Novigrad, Croatia](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Novigrad,_Zadar_County).
More specifically this is located on the Canary Islands in Buenavista del Norte. According to legend it was established by pirates and later became a village.
It’s interesting how uniformity of roof pitch arise in places, it happens all over the world. I just wanted to bring that point to the discussion because it is what your post brings to my mind and many people like to understand what they’re
According to [this article,](http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2013/04/24/in-cradle-of-civilization-shrinking-rivers-endanger-unique-marsh-arab-culture/) these villages are (or at least were, in cases where rivers supplying these marshes have been dammed or diverted) very much prone to flooding. But the residents are well adapted to it: >When the marshes flooded, he recalls, “we put
How cool! I have so many questions about little villages like this. I imagine that people relied on fellow citizens for food, hut repair, and other conveniences of a village. How was the quality of life compared to life in a modern city? Were
It is a Norwegian fence called a “skigard”. https://www.google.no/search?q=skigard&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-beta&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hl=no&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=86e_UPSNEMeo4gSi9oHYCw&biw=1872&bih=950&sei=96e_UJPiOKyQ4gTNtYCIAg
Depending on where in Iceland that is, I would say it is to protect the garden from roaming sheep, horses and possible even reindeer.
Sienna is wonderful. A lot more green than this photo makes it appear. My sister loved it so much that she went back there for an entire summer. Her flight home was on 9/12/01, same flight (Washington to LAX), but a day late, that
I was there two weeks ago and took some pics of the same mountain range, although not as artistic as yours 🙂 There was also a bit of rare cloud cover, so we didn’t get baked alive. View post on imgur.com Went down to
In REALLY small white letters at the bottom it says http://ardmi.livejournal.com/ Edit: That photo has a caption of: EXIF 1/400 sec, f/8, 185 mm, ISO 100, 2013:09:29 11:35:49, NIKON D7000
When I was on Gotland, I saw a village that looked that same and was definitely genuine. I can look for the pictures is somebody is interested. These villages served as a fishing base of the local Farmers. They were never really inhabited.
You don’t need to be if you get the right paperwork. My friend’s parents are Dutch/Canadian, and they’ve been living there for years.