On the left is still a fragment of a column from the Romans. They used this important Pass to cross the Alps. The pass got its name Julier in the honour of the great Ceasar Julius.
Links sieht man den Überrest eines Säulenfragments, welches von den Römern stammt, die diesen Übergang bauten. Der Pass erhielt den Namen Julier zu Ehren des grossen Caesars Julius.
Thank you Swissmay for the nice photo and the interesting explanation about the origin of the Julier Pass denomination. Greetings from Italy, brezza
Brezza, thank you very much! I am happy that you like it! Greetings, May
Beautiful new serie.....congrats,May!
Laci, thanks so much for your compliments! best wishes, May
Dem Himmel so nah....!!! liebe May
Danke für´s Mitnehmen, Ellen
Well photographed, May! This is a lovely set of photos from August--well worth waiting for.
Greetings from Jerusalem, Marilyn
Liebe Ellen, dich würde ich immer mitnehmen! Schlaf gut! May :)
Marilyn, thank you very much! How nice for you to stay in Jerusalem at this time of year - and for us as well, since we will take part in seeing your photos! Yes, they are from August, time is just running away and I never catch up. Best wishes from the Emmental under a snow cover, May
Blai, thank you so much for your much appreciated comments and for the YS! Yes, it's amazing, Ceasar Julius has been to so many places. The Romans have built many roads across our passes. All the best, May
Perfectly! Very good photos!
Thanks a lot, Natalie! I enjoyed your photos very much and i'll return to your gallery.
Best regards, May
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Photo taken in Silvaplana, Switzerland
Misplaced? Suggest new location