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Offline charlyno

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Hi guys

Hello boys still ... a beautiful day on the road in Viking land. Beautiful day in every way. Blazing sun, clear sky and landscapes and wonderful places. The day began with Marsvinsholms beautiful castle and its beautiful park with a beautiful exhibition of works by various artists from Sweden. Immediately after the homonymous church a few miles immersed in silence and absolute peace. Just a few miles across the Swedish countryside and behold the ruins of the church of Balkakra dating back to 1100. Then a dip in the beautiful historic center of the Ystad with its timbered houses are set and where the famous detective novels by Henning Mankell that have as their protagonist Inspector Wallander! After a quick meal, a short transfer to the so-called "Swedish Stonehenge", Ales Stenar. Mysterious and fascinating place with its megaliths forming an oval of 67 meters, which resembles a ship built around 600 AD for reasons still unknown. It is located on a hill which offers a breathtaking view across the coast. Coming back on the road again an unexpected surprise in the middle of the countryside Bjersjoholm Castle, a charming place. So one of those days that do not easily forget. - Waiting for a detailed report .. good vision. ALL PHOTOS

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Offline Phillip Flap

Re: July 27 - Marsvinsholms Slott - Ystad - Ales Stenar -SWEDEN
« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2012, 12:52:31 am »
Again, beautiful!!!
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Offline White Rhino

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Re: July 27 - Marsvinsholms Slott - Ystad - Ales Stenar -SWEDEN
« Reply #2 on: July 31, 2012, 04:36:48 am »
Shot Francesco - lovely places and pics - glad to have your GS no doubt :thumright:
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