Underground cisterns (6th century AD) with vaulted roofs supported by marble columns taken from earlier buildings.
Beautifully illustrated map, and where buried gold.
Beautiful scenery port, photo very well done! Like !
The heartiest regards, G.
Newport Bay Bridge in Background... At the time of its incorporation, Newport was a small hamlet...which attracted visitors to Yaquina Bay. ...Large scale development of a seafood industry, which thrives to this day, did not begin until 1908 when electricity (essential for refrigeration) became available. Jetty construction and dredging, complimented by Newport's already famous Yaquina Head Lighthouse, made Yaquina Bay an attractive shipping port. The Bayfront remains an active, "working" part of the community and is home to Oregon's largest commercial fishing fleet.
Understand your comment. The camera was of the early 60's, and the pic is not much more than a marker for the National Trust.
Thanks for your comment on Coopers Rock. Appreciate the relocation!
Appreciate your help. I searched a good bit and didn't turn up anything. J
Who did the teepee? Can't find internet data.
Good shot, like it !!!
I have already signed the petition to save Panoramio, please follow this link http://www.change.org/p/google-google-keep-the-panoramio-community-alive
Regards from Minsk !!! zhsv