Arcos en la muralla medieval del Burgo de San Cernin. Sacados a la luz y restaurados, en la recien abierta belena Torre Galea.
Abeltx: gracias por la info, ha quedado estupendo. Es fantástico encontrar y sacar a la luz trocitos de nuestra historia. Tienen más valor de lo algunos creen. Saludos.
Malko，You looked this wall is attractive, that color, that stone builds arch gate, then thought-provoking.
Why did the modern person always feel the ancient thing is so beautiful? Then has the artistry? Passes the human understands art compared to the present person? This is I frequently the question which thought.
（I thought this is not a present wall, did not know whether I did guess right?）
Hello, 逃离城市. Thanks for your comments. You're right! This is a just discovered bit of the few medieval walls of Pamplona we can see nowadays. In that age the city was living divided in three independent & fortified towns (or "burgos") called: San Nicolás, Navarrería and San Cernin. In 1423, Carlos III "El Noble" (King of Navarra) enacted the "Privileio de la unión" as a result of wich three towns merged in one.
By the way... I think we like old things due they makes us think about eternity. Let us think not everything dies, something remains along ages. Don't you think so, 逃离城市? Regards
Malko，Thanks your annotation, you think more profound . Perhaps I am think like this, but has not summarized.
Felt oneself to ancient thing being infatuated, as if somewhat is reluctant to part with sadly. Today people crave in actual, has lacked the gracefulness which savors carefully, also has been short the thought-provoking work.（In mine periphery is such)
We can use own eye to discover, to seek the thing which oneself likes, and enjoys this process. I thought you also are this.
Expresses best wishes，逃离城市
Thank you again 逃离城市.
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Photo taken in Pamplona, Navarre, Spain
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