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Is this the Palladian building in Firenze?
No, it is a village in Spain called Garrovillas De Alconétar.
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Thank you, Cindy.
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Beautiful, picturesque. I would like them preserved, but I fear that the modern way of living would ruin villages like this.
Thank you, Paula.
Well, as the buildings there are quite old, I guess they try to preserve them…
…but, as it is mostly the case, I could imagine money might be an issue.
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Thanks for reblogging.
Beautiful picture !!
Thank you, Leyla.
Old and new together is a good mix
Thank you, Marylou.
Thank you, John.
I just love southern European architecture. This is beautiful.
Yes, it is.
Great contrasts between the old and the modern.
This village is beautiful.
I wish you a good Sunday !
Thanks a lot.
Yes, it was very beautiful there.
Love the architecture…great capture!!
Thanks a lot, Kirt.
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Wonderful, love the satellite dish!
wonderful capture, rabirius!! it’s such a universal image, for a sec I thought this could be in Bulgaria as well… 🙂
Thank you, Alexandra.
The garbage was taken from different locations – so it could be everywhere.
I meant it for the village with the jeeps and satellite dishes, but I guess you can say it for the garbage too lol :))
I usually respond to comments in the admin section. And as your comment would also fit to The Things We Left Behind, I didn’t really pay attention to the title. 🙂
Sorry for that.
no worries at all :)) have a wonderful week ahead, rabirius 🙂
Have a wonderful weekend!
Such a lovely looking building 😉 Great take with the new vehicles outside 🙂
Thanks a lot, Sue. I’m glad you like it.
Wonderful juxtaposition of eras, Rabirius — your photos, your art, are a pleasure.
Thanks a lot for your nice compliments, Jet.
Wunderschöner Prachtbau !
Ja, mir hat das Dorf sehr gut gefallen.
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