Weekend Reflections – St. Donatus Park in Leuven, Belgium


St. Donnatus Park in the city of Leuven – Belgium.
It’s a quiet park where tourists, locals and students
 like to relax, play ball or just go for a stroll.

Contribution for

James Weekend Reflections – Newtown Area Photo
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35 thoughts on “Weekend Reflections – St. Donatus Park in Leuven, Belgium

  1. Ducks seem also to enjoy the place, and seeing it, it's easy to understand why.. so peaceful and beautyful!
    je te souhaite un bon week-end, chère Leia!

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  2. Such a beautiful park to stroll in. Lovely reflections, nice and peaceful.
    Have a delightful weekend 🙂
    ☼ Sunny

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  3. Gorgeous place and marvelous reflections! Looks like such a lovely place to walk! Hope you have a wonderful weekend, Leia!

    Sylvia

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  4. I know there is a famous university – now I know that they also have parks with reflections that ought to be famous.

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  5. Oh Leia, you've been everywhere!!!! I love this park. Looks like a great place to relax! Eh, relax is all what I need at the moment:(
    Have anice evening:)
    Hugs
    Joo

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  6. Quel parc merveilleux ; il doit faire si bon s'y promener… Merci de nous faire partager cet avant-goût de bonheur…

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  7. A magnificent park! How peaceful to wander in such a beautiful world! In the first photo, love how the reflected windows are so defined and other colours melt in the pond!

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  8. So beautiful! I love the lavender flowers! I'm also intrigued by the object in the last photo that looks like an old stone oven.

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  9. Merci d'avoir posté mes liens ! 🙂

    Ici il pleut aujourd'hui 😦 alors ces photos de verdure, de soleil, de reflets sont tellement bienvenues ! Elles sont magiques ! Bon weekend !

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  10. And when are you coming to Waterloo ?? it's just around the corner !
    Today it was cold ! only 30° instead of 34, lol !

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  11. Very pretty, park-like, and some beautiful foliage. We have lots of leaves on the ground now and many are of different colors. It is sad but the leaves can add a lot of nourishment to the soil if left to decay. Most people rake them up here and put them outside on the curb for the local garbage collection. We try to keep our leaves and put them around the plants.

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  12. Such parks are so necessary in an urban environment. I'm impressed with the beauty of this one…lots of things to do and look at. I'd be happy spending several hours there.

    Your photos are very special, too, and show off the park so well. Lots of good reflections here!

    Have a great Sunday!

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  13. Those parks are great to simply lay down, have something to drink, and read a good book or simply sleep for a while. I can't wait for the weather to get better to do that (it'll help me with my final exams… pity that I can't take the laptop to work on my thesis on the local park here).

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  14. I'm so surprised to see the palm tree in the second shot. I wouldn't have thought they would grow in that climate.
    Wonderful photos! Such a nice mix to show all the beauty of the park.

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