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La picota o rollo jurisdiccional de San Román de los Montes. Símbolo del privilegio de villazgo y la capacidad para impartir justicia. Probablemente fue erigida a comienzos del siglo XVI. Se encuentra sobre cinco gradas de planta circular. En lo alto de la columna campa el escudo de la villa, con los seis roeles de la familia Dávila, marqueses de Velada (a cuyo señorío pertenecía San Román), y un castillo en recuerdo del que existió en la localidad. La columna está coronada por un pináculo cónico revestido de escamas. Del capitel sobresalen cuatro cabezas de animales.

The Palace of Fine Arts (Marina District, San Francisco). Built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition.

Untitled (Two Dancing Figures), 1989. Painted Aluminum Sculptures by Keith Haring, next to Moscone Convention Center.

Temple Emanu-El is a synagogue located at Lake Street and Argüello Boulevard. The temple was built in 1926 in Neo-Byzantine style, inspired in Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.

The Balclutha, a XIX-Century vessel preserved in the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

Victorian Houses in Alamo Square, known as Painted Ladies.

The Dutch Windmill in the western border of the Golden Gate Park. Completed in 1902 and repaired in 1980.

Muchas gracias cristal,

En realidad la foto es de la Gaviota, fue el puente lo que apareció ahí sin saber como ;)

Un saludo,

Raúl

In 1632, during the Thirty Years war the Danes built a fortress called Christianspries in the narrowest part of the Kieler Förde. It was occupied by the Swedes in 1643, being used as naval base until 1645. During 1663-1667, a new fortress was built and named Friedrichsort after the Danish King Frederick IV. In 1813 the fort was conquered and occupied for one year by the Swedish. In 1864 the Danes lost the Duchies of Schleswig, Holstein and Lauenburg and the Prussians took control of the Friedrichsort castle. The building was almost totally destroyed during the XX century, however part of the moat and the walls (hidden by the vegetation) are still visible.

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