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I am a semi-retired clergyman with a passion for travel, history, and the great outdoors. You will see these interests reflected in my images, which are taken primarily to document my travels. My goal on Panoramio is to post one photo from each of the 3,142 counties or county equivilents in the the United States. I completed my goal of visiting each of them in Carson City, Nevada on September 1, 2012. In many of the places I have visited I did not take any pictures so that gives me reason to go back again. As time pemits I also hope to post a few images from the 57 countries of the world that I have been privileged to visit so far. May God grant me a long life so I can finish more of my "To Do Before I Die" list.
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Grande composizione! YSL. Interessante e varia la tua galleria. Sei nei miei fotografi preferiti. Saluti, Serghiei1

Lincoln Log Cabin State Historic Site , Lerna, Douglas County, Illinois. This barn, or tool shed is located in Coles County, Illinois - Douglas Co. is 18 mile north of this site.

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Liebe Grüße von bayernengel. ✿ܓ

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Liebe ♥ Grüße sendet dir, der bayernengel. ❀

This is technically not the courthouse. This is designated as the Taylor County Justice Center.

Confederate capital of Missouri in Marshall, wow! Indeed, Marshall was an epic crossroad for the Confederate southwest. When every other part of the Southron Nation was squeezed and strangled by the forces of the Lincoln Administration Texas hailed hope that such a big state could never be conquered.
Please submit this marker to http://www.hmdb.org/

The building with the steeple in the middle of the picture is a very historic building. Built in 1829 as the Perry County Courthouse, it's the oldest building in the former Northwest Territory in continuous governmental use.

From 1851 to 1859, the county seat for Perry County was moved to New Lexington, back to Somerset & then finally back to New Lexington. This building was then leased for use as the Somerset Village Hall.

This is the "NEW" Old City Hall [former City of Bradford "City Hall" building]. On the National Register of Historic Buildings; Owned/Restored by the OECD (Office of Economic & Community Development) in 2004-06. for more info: http://www.bradfordpa.org/

Very beautiful historical train. Interesting museum. Like 1. I wish you a Happy New Year 2013. Greetings, Wilhelm

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