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Pieces Of History

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Titchfield Abbey, Titchfield, EnglandTitchfield AbbeyTitchfield, EnglandLovely placeGadsby's Tavern - Alexandria, Alexandria, VirginiaGadsby's Tavern - AlexandriaAlexandria, VirginiaGeorge Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe ate here. Gadsby's Tavern was built in 1785Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, Boston, MassachusettsBoston Tea Party Ships & MuseumBoston, MassachusettsThis is a great museum if you are just traveling the museum. #boston #adventureParis Francia, Paris, FranceParis FranciaParis, FrancePuro romanticismo francese....Borderlanmuseum Eichsfeld, Teistungen, GermanyBorderlanmuseum EichsfeldTeistungen, GermanyPart #9: Border Dogs and Dog run The Dog run shown is here a reconstruction. Although there was no run like this in this area, it is typical of dog...Borderlanmuseum Eichsfeld, Teistungen, GermanyBorderlanmuseum EichsfeldTeistungen, GermanyPart #7: Outer Fence The outer fences were constructed in a number of phases, starting with the initial fortification of the border from May 1952....Borderlanmuseum Eichsfeld, Teistungen, GermanyBorderlanmuseum EichsfeldTeistungen, GermanyPart #6: Border Security Signal Fence When the East German government closed the border to West Germany in 1952, it declared the 500 m to the east...Borderlanmuseum Eichsfeld, Teistungen, GermanyBorderlanmuseum EichsfeldTeistungen, GermanyPart#1 - The Museum The Borderland Museum Eichsfeld combines a museum, study centre and outdoor trail along the line of the former border. It...Borderlanmuseum Eichsfeld, Teistungen, GermanyBorderlanmuseum EichsfeldTeistungen, GermanyPart #2: Former Customs Building The Building at the former Worbis border crossing point was originally used for custom purposes. Travellers from...Borderlanmuseum Eichsfeld, Teistungen, GermanyBorderlanmuseum EichsfeldTeistungen, GermanyPart #3: Emergency Anti-Vehicle Barrier Rolling barriers were set up on the East German side of almost every road border crossing. 11 m long and 6...Borderlanmuseum Eichsfeld, Teistungen, GermanyBorderlanmuseum EichsfeldTeistungen, GermanyPart #4: Memorial Memorial to the victims, designed by Gudrun Friedrich-KoppBorderlanmuseum Eichsfeld, Teistungen, GermanyBorderlanmuseum EichsfeldTeistungen, GermanyPart #5: Observation Bunkers These constructions were used by the East German border troops during their patrol along the inner german border and...Tour Eiffel, Paris, FranceTour EiffelParis, FranceIt's a must see placeFort Ligonier, Ligonier, PennsylvaniaFort LigonierLigonier, PennsylvaniaFort ligonier, while being in these united states, was decommissioned in 1766, making it a British military fort. A young George Washington was...Andersonville national park, Andersonville, GeorgiaAndersonville national parkAndersonville, GeorgiaYou are looking at what would be the main body of the prison, now just a field. This field has monuments thought along with a museum on the north...St. Louis Gateway Arch, St Louis, MissouriSt. Louis Gateway ArchSt Louis, MissouriIt was a foggy morning… a shot rang out!Omaha Beach, Vierville-sur-Mer, FranceOmaha BeachVierville-sur-Mer, FranceA place for peaceful reflection and gratitude. #WWII
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