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Monteriggioni, Italy. This famous fortified town (referenced in Dante's "Divine Comedy") was built by the Sienese in 1213 as a front line defense in their wars against Florence. It withstood many attacks from the Fiorentini and the forces of the Bishop of Volterra. I'll post more in the comments.

Please don’t blush but…you are ace and also the good reason i love this sub reddit. I always come straight to the comments and there is always an overhead view that is aerial! So,...

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Dunster, England. Positioned on a steep, 200-foot hill, Dunster has been fortified since the late Anglo-Saxon period. Turned into a motte and bailey castle soon after the Norman Conquest, the castle survived a siege during the early years of "The Anarchy". I'll post more in the comments.

Do these castles are visited by you and take these pictures? Awesome work btw…I love your posts really. Continue the work that is good! I’ve visited castles that are manyincluding this one), but most...

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Eltz Castle

Also the Castle that is later Destro the GIJoe comics. They would love this in r/foggypics . Did you take this, it is really nice. For introducing me to that subreddit while I thank...

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Drink Dr. Pepper, 1939.

You beat me to it lol, I was gonna say the thing that is best about this pic may be the lack of Cavendishes Anybody understand where we will get one? I have always...

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[OS] I transcribed my Granddad's letter he wrote to his parents 71 years ago detailing his role in the Rhine Invasion/Operation Varsity on March 24, 1945. He details flying in with 100s of Allied gliders, setting up in a forest for the night, and coming face to face with Germans. [1343x5904]

Well done. This might be actually awesome. Have you any idea which device he ended up being with? I’d have to do some digging to out figure that. He made a poster board that...

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Walzin, Belgium

It is a ridiculous, merkin-wearing, life stealing, goddamn website! Anyway, cheers for the praise that is unwarranted. Possess some sweet, delicious, chocolates as thanks… a scene we hadn’t seen. For a classic … This...



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