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Wonderful cityscape!

cool photo Greetings from Germany (Essen - Ruhrarea)


Hi ya... for all of you who have enjoyed my pics try these tunes on for size. this is the eye candy i have to offer.. the link will give you all of the ear candy.. I hope you enjoy this as much as I have enjoyed all of your wonderful fotos! thanks for looking... and listening.. -snipe

Good colors like greetings from Spain

Super Aufnahme !


wonderful ,like alex

202? Pro Kabine? :-D

Flatiron look like higher from here

The English Heritage Pastscape entry for the North Centre Bastion and Detached Bastion reads (1):

TR 3110 4083 North Centre and Detached Bastions

North Centre Bastion was begun in 1804 during the Napoleonic Wars, as part of the Western Heights fortress in Dover. It remained unfinished at the end of the war in 1815 but was completed to a revised design between 1859 and 1867; this resulted in two linked bastions known as North Centre Bastion and Detached Bastion (2).

Both were surveyed and researched by the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England between 1998 and 2001 as part of the Dover Western Heights Survey Project (event UID 1316220 and monument UID 467989). See the archive report and plans for full details: Pattison P The Western Heights, Dover, Kent; Report no 5 North Centre and Detached Bastions.

An English Heritage site and Scheduled Monument; the Detached Baastion is also known as "Dead Man's Island".

Photos of the Detached Bastion are included under the North Centre Bastion tag.

(1) Pastscape: North Centre Bastion

(2) The bastions are linked by the South Caponier (see South Caponier interior; South Caponier exterior).


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