View from the citadel (architecture city+skyline water ). Photo by myvalleylil
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View from the citadel

Uploaded by: myvalleylil

Sunday April 14, 2013

Entrevaux, France

Caption: over the small fortified village of Entrevaux in a loop of the Var river. This is 1 hour drive from Nice in the backcountry.

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6. trekincat
5:55 AM GMT on April 18, 2013
How many buildings can be crammed into the smallest possible space???
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5. myvalleylil
10:14 AM GMT on April 17, 2013
I shot from a window in the former Commandant appartment, the highest of the citadel.You'll see it in a next photo. Thank you Betsy for your nice comments.
So true, Bernard!
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4. Hotzenwaelder
9:42 AM GMT on April 17, 2013
Absolutely beautiful. It is always inspiring for me to see such old, historical buildings. For an American buildings of a 100 years are old, and for Europeans a distance of a 100 miles is long.
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3. luvne32
8:43 PM GMT on April 16, 2013
I presume you cropped out where you are standing! Otherwise, it has the effect that you are hovering.
No vertigo I hope!
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2. noneinc
7:50 PM GMT on April 16, 2013
You captured the feeling of vertigo (for me anyway). ;)
Nice shot!
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1. hornshots
7:21 PM GMT on April 16, 2013
Spectacular view! Thanks so much.
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Still living in my small town of the French Riviera...but 9 years have passed since the day I joined WU! Too busy, though being retired (BECAUSE I'm retired I should say!) to visit WU as I used to ! But amazed everytime I can check the site by the gorgeous photos coming everyday from everywhere! And always happy to hear from old friends here! And to discover new talented photographers....Thanks to the devoted people making WU go on! src="" !-- Start alt="Visitor Map">Create your own visitor map!Plan your tripLocal RadarDetailed ForecastCreate your own visitor map!WAU_map('ja38cd k82zjm', 420, 210, 'natural', 'star-blue') WAU_classic('nblgnjedxt43')

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