Durbuy – Belgium



“Pictures taken last March”

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23 thoughts on “Durbuy – Belgium

  1. It's fantastic. Your 1st photo is so mysterious – really well composed. I like the water pump very much too.
    Been enjoying all your recent posts – glad I can catch up.

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  2. Bouh il faisait froid ce jour là. Ca y est, aujourd'hui le ciel est bleu, bleu, bleu ! ;-)J'aime beaucoup le cadrage de la première photo !

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  3. Perfect place Dear Leia!
    I love this stone house coverd with grapewine, it's so romantic and mysterious! The pomp is classy!
    Hugs
    Joo
    Of course I voted on Sunday!

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  4. La première photo montre un château de contes de fées..J'aime bien toute l'atmosphère, le brouillard, le ciel gris, les rues désertes, les détails, les statues..On dirait la ville de la Belle au bois dormant, tout s'est assoupi..C'est beau!
    Bises!

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  5. Beautiful. I like the church, it must be very old. That pump in the last shot is very unusual. I imagine it's for water?

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  6. I always enjoy looking at the amazing architecture, beautiful stonework.
    Sorry I am really behind in my comments, it's been very hectic here!
    ☼ Sunny

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  7. Fascinating. But I do have a crick in my neck from looking at that first picture. You probably got a crick in your back from taking it! 😉

    I thought these shots were taken a while back. I'm very observant, you know! And then you 'splained it all at the end of the post.

    Do you know if that pump is still be used?

    It is a stone city; very attractive and looks very solid!

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  8. P.S. Diz-se trepadeira no Brasil? É que só agora me lembrei do verbo (que nós não usamos nesse sentido)… LOL!

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