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In questa foto vedete Pamukkale che è un importante centro turco per i turisti che viaggiano dalle coste dell'Adalia e del Mar Egeo per vedere questo luogo che, in coppia con Hierapolis, è uno dei Patrimoni dell'umanità dell'UNESCO. Esistono pochi luoghi al mondo simili a questo...
If you are looking for Joy all you have to do is open the gate and step right through. 👣 depending on how sharp your eyesight is, the sign on this gate reads ‘Joy’s gate’ and I’d love to know the story behind it. It’s up a beautiful path high in the UK’s Peak District and the views that follow (swipe right) certainly brings joy to me, especially in the early morning as the sun lifts the shadows over the valley and burns through the remaining fog. Where do you go to find joy?
This Friday we celebrate the Day of Andalucia (Dia de Andalucia), in which Andalucians commemorate the 1980 referendum, which gave full autonomy to the Andalucian community. 🎉🎊 #livelovespain 📸 @delafuentecam
One of the most extraordinary places in the center of Amsterdam can be found behind a door on Spuiplein. It leads to the Begijnhof (Beguinage), a medieval inner courtyard where the women of the Catholic sisterhood lived.
It is unclear when exactly, but the Beguinage was established somewhere in the 14th century to house the Begijnen. These women lived like nuns but were more independent and had more freedom. The Catholic faith was banned in the 16th century. The Begijnhof was the only Catholic institution that continued to exist because the houses were the private property of the women. They did have to give up the chapel. A new, so-called ‘hidden church’ was later built behind the facades of several residences. You can still visit it today.