Pannonhalma, Apátság tornya.
In Spain we say that " you should not go to bed without learning anything new ", thanks like that to you I have learned something on the customs of the "avetoro".
I have continued walking along Hungary, I have seen wonderful landscapes but I have detained in this tower. What is? It seems to belong to the Renaissance with influences toscanas in the top columns, that remember the Tower of Pisa; and a trimming with golden fund that it remembers the paintings of the Russian icons. I do not know which is his opinion and if any coincidence exists. It astonishes me that the paintings are preserved so well being in the outdoors.
Regards from the city of the Alhambra, Arturo
Arturo García: Thank You! You may find baggier information here from Pannonhalma
Great and beautiful: like! Greetings Friedrich
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Cordially greetings,from Shanghai Pozlp
Wonderful capture – Merry Christmas and Happy New Year - Greetings from Athens.
Hola Péter, magnífica foto para entrar en el grupo de relojes urbanos. Bienvenido y saludos desde Murcia, España
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Photo taken in Pannonhalma, Hungary
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