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Amazing bridges from the past

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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte GobbPaul Cézanne Reproductions art

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The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Amazing bridges from the past




The bridge of Ronda. Malaga, Spain.

An interesting selection of photos of bridges opens before us one of the most ancient engineering and human inventions, which is associated with many mystical stories. These ancient, mysterious arched "guides" are the real keepers of myths and legends from around the world. They say that they are able to share human destinies: people meet and part, make wishes, gain faith and lose hope, saying goodbye to the past.






The bridge in Norway.


Bridge. Huangshan, Anhui, China.


Bridge. Viaduct Glenfinnan, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Germany.


Bridge. Isle of Skye, Scotland.


Bastai Bridge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany.


Japanese covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.


The Salkan bridge near the town of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.


Ancient Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, France.


Bridge. Müllerthal, Luxembourg.


Bridge Gorge De l'areuse, Switzerland.


Bridge Gaztelugatxe, Spain.


Bridge. Carrbridge, Scotland.


The old bridge. Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bridge in India.


Bridge Ponte Gobbo, Italy.


The Hermitage Bridge, Scotland.


Bridge over the River Merced, Yosemite National Park, USA.


Bridge. Forest Park Tollimore, County Antrim, United Kingdom.


Gapstow Bridge, New York, USA.


Bridge Misarela, Gerês, Portugal.


Doublebelt Bridge, Artvin, Turkey.


The Devil's Bridge. Mountains of the Rhodopes, Bulgaria.


Bridge Ponte Del Diavolo, Italy.


Bridge Rakotz Brucke, Germany.
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Jim Warren's Rainbow World

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Jim Warren's Rainbow World












Fantasy world





There is another world of fantasy,

They circulate in front of me,

And the riot of colors, and desires,

In the twinkling they drag you along ....









And I stumble in it,

There are unknown ways,

In my mistakes I do not repent of it,

Trying to find the truth.





In the alluring phantom of life,
The heart that mutes me, the mind,
I want to escape from the triune,
From bitter troubles and heavy thoughts.


© Copyright: Svetlana Bakhrushina, 2006



 Beginning with the embodiment of rampant and eccentricity and ending with a sentimental and sensual approach, over 40 years Jim Warren paints his way to the hearts and minds of people around the world. Already being considered a "living legend of the art world", Jim continues to amaze and amaze. Even if you are not familiar with the name of Jim Warren, you no doubt saw his works in some form, at some point in time. His works are featured on hundreds of movie posters and books, covers of music albums and magazines, the most famous of which is the cover painted for Bob Seger's album "Against the Wind" and won the Grammy Award in 1981. To create his work, Jim uses his own ideas, inspired by the surrounding world. These paintings, originals and their high-quality printed copies, published in limited edition, are exhibited and sold in many of the best galleries in the world, including a network of Wyland galleries and galleries aboard cruise liners Princess Cruise Lines. The works presented in this gallery also include unique joint images on which Jim worked together with other artists, such as Wieland, Michael Godard and Disney Studio. After visiting the site of Jim you will see the work he created for the groups Alice Cooper, Prince, Clive Barker and many others. Among his works are also the bizarre "individualized paintings" of Jim, as he himself prefers to call his portrait work, which he wrote for celebrities, presidents and members of their families.

 ABOUT THE ARTIST'S BIOGRAPHY READ HERE

Jim Warren's personal site: JimWarren.com































































































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Jim Warren's Rainbow World












Fantasy world





There is another world of fantasy,

They circulate in front of me,

And the riot of colors, and desires,

In the twinkling they drag you along ....









And I stumble in it,

There are unknown ways,

In my mistakes I do not repent of it,

Trying to find the truth.





In the alluring phantom of life,
The heart that mutes me, the mind,
I want to escape from the triune,
From bitter troubles and heavy thoughts.


© Copyright: Svetlana Bakhrushina, 2006



 Beginning with the embodiment of rampant and eccentricity and ending with a sentimental and sensual approach, over 40 years Jim Warren paints his way to the hearts and minds of people around the world. Already being considered a "living legend of the art world", Jim continues to amaze and amaze. Even if you are not familiar with the name of Jim Warren, you no doubt saw his works in some form, at some point in time. His works are featured on hundreds of movie posters and books, covers of music albums and magazines, the most famous of which is the cover painted for Bob Seger's album "Against the Wind" and won the Grammy Award in 1981. To create his work, Jim uses his own ideas, inspired by the surrounding world. These paintings, originals and their high-quality printed copies, published in limited edition, are exhibited and sold in many of the best galleries in the world, including a network of Wyland galleries and galleries aboard cruise liners Princess Cruise Lines. The works presented in this gallery also include unique joint images on which Jim worked together with other artists, such as Wieland, Michael Godard and Disney Studio. After visiting the site of Jim you will see the work he created for the groups Alice Cooper, Prince, Clive Barker and many others. Among his works are also the bizarre "individualized paintings" of Jim, as he himself prefers to call his portrait work, which he wrote for celebrities, presidents and members of their families.

 ABOUT THE ARTIST'S BIOGRAPHY READ HERE

Jim Warren's personal site: JimWarren.com































































































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Jim Warren's Rainbow World












Fantasy world





There is another world of fantasy,

They circulate in front of me,

And the riot of colors, and desires,

In the twinkling they drag you along ....









And I stumble in it,

There are unknown ways,

In my mistakes I do not repent of it,

Trying to find the truth.





In the alluring phantom of life,
The heart that mutes me, the mind,
I want to escape from the triune,
From bitter troubles and heavy thoughts.


© Copyright: Svetlana Bakhrushina, 2006



 Beginning with the embodiment of rampant and eccentricity and ending with a sentimental and sensual approach, over 40 years Jim Warren paints his way to the hearts and minds of people around the world. Already being considered a "living legend of the art world", Jim continues to amaze and amaze. Even if you are not familiar with the name of Jim Warren, you no doubt saw his works in some form, at some point in time. His works are featured on hundreds of movie posters and books, covers of music albums and magazines, the most famous of which is the cover painted for Bob Seger's album "Against the Wind" and won the Grammy Award in 1981. To create his work, Jim uses his own ideas, inspired by the surrounding world. These paintings, originals and their high-quality printed copies, published in limited edition, are exhibited and sold in many of the best galleries in the world, including a network of Wyland galleries and galleries aboard cruise liners Princess Cruise Lines. The works presented in this gallery also include unique joint images on which Jim worked together with other artists, such as Wieland, Michael Godard and Disney Studio. After visiting the site of Jim you will see the work he created for the groups Alice Cooper, Prince, Clive Barker and many others. Among his works are also the bizarre "individualized paintings" of Jim, as he himself prefers to call his portrait work, which he wrote for celebrities, presidents and members of their families.

 ABOUT THE ARTIST'S BIOGRAPHY READ HERE

Jim Warren's personal site: JimWarren.com































































































 A source









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Jim Warren's Rainbow World












Fantasy world





There is another world of fantasy,

They circulate in front of me,

And the riot of colors, and desires,

In the twinkling they drag you along ....









And I stumble in it,

There are unknown ways,

In my mistakes I do not repent of it,

Trying to find the truth.





In the alluring phantom of life,
The heart that mutes me, the mind,
I want to escape from the triune,
From bitter troubles and heavy thoughts.


© Copyright: Svetlana Bakhrushina, 2006



 Beginning with the embodiment of rampant and eccentricity and ending with a sentimental and sensual approach, over 40 years Jim Warren paints his way to the hearts and minds of people around the world. Already being considered a "living legend of the art world", Jim continues to amaze and amaze. Even if you are not familiar with the name of Jim Warren, you no doubt saw his works in some form, at some point in time. His works are featured on hundreds of movie posters and books, covers of music albums and magazines, the most famous of which is the cover painted for Bob Seger's album "Against the Wind" and won the Grammy Award in 1981. To create his work, Jim uses his own ideas, inspired by the surrounding world. These paintings, originals and their high-quality printed copies, published in limited edition, are exhibited and sold in many of the best galleries in the world, including a network of Wyland galleries and galleries aboard cruise liners Princess Cruise Lines. The works presented in this gallery also include unique joint images on which Jim worked together with other artists, such as Wieland, Michael Godard and Disney Studio. After visiting the site of Jim you will see the work he created for the groups Alice Cooper, Prince, Clive Barker and many others. Among his works are also the bizarre "individualized paintings" of Jim, as he himself prefers to call his portrait work, which he wrote for celebrities, presidents and members of their families.

 ABOUT THE ARTIST'S BIOGRAPHY READ HERE

Jim Warren's personal site: JimWarren.com































































































 A source









Quote of the message valniko77

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Jim Warren's Rainbow World












Fantasy world





There is another world of fantasy,

They circulate in front of me,

And the riot of colors, and desires,

In the twinkling they drag you along ....









And I stumble in it,

There are unknown ways,

In my mistakes I do not repent of it,

Trying to find the truth.





In the alluring phantom of life,
The heart that mutes me, the mind,
I want to escape from the triune,
From bitter troubles and heavy thoughts.


© Copyright: Svetlana Bakhrushina, 2006



 Beginning with the embodiment of rampant and eccentricity and ending with a sentimental and sensual approach, over 40 years Jim Warren paints his way to the hearts and minds of people around the world. Already being considered a "living legend of the art world", Jim continues to amaze and amaze. Even if you are not familiar with the name of Jim Warren, you no doubt saw his works in some form, at some point in time. His works are featured on hundreds of movie posters and books, covers of music albums and magazines, the most famous of which is the cover painted for Bob Seger's album "Against the Wind" and won the Grammy Award in 1981. To create his work, Jim uses his own ideas, inspired by the surrounding world. These paintings, originals and their high-quality printed copies, published in limited edition, are exhibited and sold in many of the best galleries in the world, including a network of Wyland galleries and galleries aboard cruise liners Princess Cruise Lines. The works presented in this gallery also include unique joint images on which Jim worked together with other artists, such as Wieland, Michael Godard and Disney Studio. After visiting the site of Jim you will see the work he created for the groups Alice Cooper, Prince, Clive Barker and many others. Among his works are also the bizarre "individualized paintings" of Jim, as he himself prefers to call his portrait work, which he wrote for celebrities, presidents and members of their families.

 ABOUT THE ARTIST'S BIOGRAPHY READ HERE

Jim Warren's personal site: JimWarren.com































































































 A source









Quote of the message valniko77

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Jim Warren's Rainbow World












Fantasy world





There is another world of fantasy,

They circulate in front of me,

And the riot of colors, and desires,

In the twinkling they drag you along ....









And I stumble in it,

There are unknown ways,

In my mistakes I do not repent of it,

Trying to find the truth.





In the alluring phantom of life,
The heart that mutes me, the mind,
I want to escape from the triune,
From bitter troubles and heavy thoughts.


© Copyright: Svetlana Bakhrushina, 2006



 Beginning with the embodiment of rampant and eccentricity and ending with a sentimental and sensual approach, over 40 years Jim Warren paints his way to the hearts and minds of people around the world. Already being considered a "living legend of the art world", Jim continues to amaze and amaze. Even if you are not familiar with the name of Jim Warren, you no doubt saw his works in some form, at some point in time. His works are featured on hundreds of movie posters and books, covers of music albums and magazines, the most famous of which is the cover painted for Bob Seger's album "Against the Wind" and won the Grammy Award in 1981. To create his work, Jim uses his own ideas, inspired by the surrounding world. These paintings, originals and their high-quality printed copies, published in limited edition, are exhibited and sold in many of the best galleries in the world, including a network of Wyland galleries and galleries aboard cruise liners Princess Cruise Lines. The works presented in this gallery also include unique joint images on which Jim worked together with other artists, such as Wieland, Michael Godard and Disney Studio. After visiting the site of Jim you will see the work he created for the groups Alice Cooper, Prince, Clive Barker and many others. Among his works are also the bizarre "individualized paintings" of Jim, as he himself prefers to call his portrait work, which he wrote for celebrities, presidents and members of their families.

 ABOUT THE ARTIST'S BIOGRAPHY READ HERE

Jim Warren's personal site: JimWarren.com































































































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Fantasy world





There is another world of fantasy,

They circulate in front of me,

And the riot of colors, and desires,

In the twinkling they drag you along ....









And I stumble in it,

There are unknown ways,

In my mistakes I do not repent of it,

Trying to find the truth.





In the alluring phantom of life,
The heart that mutes me, the mind,
I want to escape from the triune,
From bitter troubles and heavy thoughts.


© Copyright: Svetlana Bakhrushina, 2006



 Beginning with the embodiment of rampant and eccentricity and ending with a sentimental and sensual approach, over 40 years Jim Warren paints his way to the hearts and minds of people around the world. Already being considered a "living legend of the art world", Jim continues to amaze and amaze. Even if you are not familiar with the name of Jim Warren, you no doubt saw his works in some form, at some point in time. His works are featured on hundreds of movie posters and books, covers of music albums and magazines, the most famous of which is the cover painted for Bob Seger's album "Against the Wind" and won the Grammy Award in 1981. To create his work, Jim uses his own ideas, inspired by the surrounding world. These paintings, originals and their high-quality printed copies, published in limited edition, are exhibited and sold in many of the best galleries in the world, including a network of Wyland galleries and galleries aboard cruise liners Princess Cruise Lines. The works presented in this gallery also include unique joint images on which Jim worked together with other artists, such as Wieland, Michael Godard and Disney Studio. After visiting the site of Jim you will see the work he created for the groups Alice Cooper, Prince, Clive Barker and many others. Among his works are also the bizarre "individualized paintings" of Jim, as he himself prefers to call his portrait work, which he wrote for celebrities, presidents and members of their families.

 ABOUT THE ARTIST'S BIOGRAPHY READ HERE

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Jim Warren's Rainbow World












Fantasy world





There is another world of fantasy,

They circulate in front of me,

And the riot of colors, and desires,

In the twinkling they drag you along ....









And I stumble in it,

There are unknown ways,

In my mistakes I do not repent of it,

Trying to find the truth.





In the alluring phantom of life,
The heart that mutes me, the mind,
I want to escape from the triune,
From bitter troubles and heavy thoughts.


© Copyright: Svetlana Bakhrushina, 2006



 Beginning with the embodiment of rampant and eccentricity and ending with a sentimental and sensual approach, over 40 years Jim Warren paints his way to the hearts and minds of people around the world. Already being considered a "living legend of the art world", Jim continues to amaze and amaze. Even if you are not familiar with the name of Jim Warren, you no doubt saw his works in some form, at some point in time. His works are featured on hundreds of movie posters and books, covers of music albums and magazines, the most famous of which is the cover painted for Bob Seger's album "Against the Wind" and won the Grammy Award in 1981. To create his work, Jim uses his own ideas, inspired by the surrounding world. These paintings, originals and their high-quality printed copies, published in limited edition, are exhibited and sold in many of the best galleries in the world, including a network of Wyland galleries and galleries aboard cruise liners Princess Cruise Lines. The works presented in this gallery also include unique joint images on which Jim worked together with other artists, such as Wieland, Michael Godard and Disney Studio. After visiting the site of Jim you will see the work he created for the groups Alice Cooper, Prince, Clive Barker and many others. Among his works are also the bizarre "individualized paintings" of Jim, as he himself prefers to call his portrait work, which he wrote for celebrities, presidents and members of their families.

 ABOUT THE ARTIST'S BIOGRAPHY READ HERE

Jim Warren's personal site: JimWarren.com































































































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Jim Warren's Rainbow World












Fantasy world





There is another world of fantasy,

They circulate in front of me,

And the riot of colors, and desires,

In the twinkling they drag you along ....









And I stumble in it,

There are unknown ways,

In my mistakes I do not repent of it,

Trying to find the truth.





In the alluring phantom of life,
The heart that mutes me, the mind,
I want to escape from the triune,
From bitter troubles and heavy thoughts.


© Copyright: Svetlana Bakhrushina, 2006



 Beginning with the embodiment of rampant and eccentricity and ending with a sentimental and sensual approach, over 40 years Jim Warren paints his way to the hearts and minds of people around the world. Already being considered a "living legend of the art world", Jim continues to amaze and amaze. Even if you are not familiar with the name of Jim Warren, you no doubt saw his works in some form, at some point in time. His works are featured on hundreds of movie posters and books, covers of music albums and magazines, the most famous of which is the cover painted for Bob Seger's album "Against the Wind" and won the Grammy Award in 1981. To create his work, Jim uses his own ideas, inspired by the surrounding world. These paintings, originals and their high-quality printed copies, published in limited edition, are exhibited and sold in many of the best galleries in the world, including a network of Wyland galleries and galleries aboard cruise liners Princess Cruise Lines. The works presented in this gallery also include unique joint images on which Jim worked together with other artists, such as Wieland, Michael Godard and Disney Studio. After visiting the site of Jim you will see the work he created for the groups Alice Cooper, Prince, Clive Barker and many others. Among his works are also the bizarre "individualized paintings" of Jim, as he himself prefers to call his portrait work, which he wrote for celebrities, presidents and members of their families.

 ABOUT THE ARTIST'S BIOGRAPHY READ HERE

Jim Warren's personal site: JimWarren.com































































































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Jim Warren's Rainbow World












Fantasy world





There is another world of fantasy,

They circulate in front of me,

And the riot of colors, and desires,

In the twinkling they drag you along ....









And I stumble in it,

There are unknown ways,

In my mistakes I do not repent of it,

Trying to find the truth.





In the alluring phantom of life,
The heart that mutes me, the mind,
I want to escape from the triune,
From bitter troubles and heavy thoughts.


© Copyright: Svetlana Bakhrushina, 2006



 Beginning with the embodiment of rampant and eccentricity and ending with a sentimental and sensual approach, over 40 years Jim Warren paints his way to the hearts and minds of people around the world. Already being considered a "living legend of the art world", Jim continues to amaze and amaze. Even if you are not familiar with the name of Jim Warren, you no doubt saw his works in some form, at some point in time. His works are featured on hundreds of movie posters and books, covers of music albums and magazines, the most famous of which is the cover painted for Bob Seger's album "Against the Wind" and won the Grammy Award in 1981. To create his work, Jim uses his own ideas, inspired by the surrounding world. These paintings, originals and their high-quality printed copies, published in limited edition, are exhibited and sold in many of the best galleries in the world, including a network of Wyland galleries and galleries aboard cruise liners Princess Cruise Lines. The works presented in this gallery also include unique joint images on which Jim worked together with other artists, such as Wieland, Michael Godard and Disney Studio. After visiting the site of Jim you will see the work he created for the groups Alice Cooper, Prince, Clive Barker and many others. Among his works are also the bizarre "individualized paintings" of Jim, as he himself prefers to call his portrait work, which he wrote for celebrities, presidents and members of their families.

 ABOUT THE ARTIST'S BIOGRAPHY READ HERE

Jim Warren's personal site: JimWarren.com































































































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Quote of the message valniko77

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Jim Warren's Rainbow World












Fantasy world





There is another world of fantasy,

They circulate in front of me,

And the riot of colors, and desires,

In the twinkling they drag you along ....









And I stumble in it,

There are unknown ways,

In my mistakes I do not repent of it,

Trying to find the truth.





In the alluring phantom of life,
The heart that mutes me, the mind,
I want to escape from the triune,
From bitter troubles and heavy thoughts.


© Copyright: Svetlana Bakhrushina, 2006



 Beginning with the embodiment of rampant and eccentricity and ending with a sentimental and sensual approach, over 40 years Jim Warren paints his way to the hearts and minds of people around the world. Already being considered a "living legend of the art world", Jim continues to amaze and amaze. Even if you are not familiar with the name of Jim Warren, you no doubt saw his works in some form, at some point in time. His works are featured on hundreds of movie posters and books, covers of music albums and magazines, the most famous of which is the cover painted for Bob Seger's album "Against the Wind" and won the Grammy Award in 1981. To create his work, Jim uses his own ideas, inspired by the surrounding world. These paintings, originals and their high-quality printed copies, published in limited edition, are exhibited and sold in many of the best galleries in the world, including a network of Wyland galleries and galleries aboard cruise liners Princess Cruise Lines. The works presented in this gallery also include unique joint images on which Jim worked together with other artists, such as Wieland, Michael Godard and Disney Studio. After visiting the site of Jim you will see the work he created for the groups Alice Cooper, Prince, Clive Barker and many others. Among his works are also the bizarre "individualized paintings" of Jim, as he himself prefers to call his portrait work, which he wrote for celebrities, presidents and members of their families.

 ABOUT THE ARTIST'S BIOGRAPHY READ HERE

Jim Warren's personal site: JimWarren.com































































































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Sissinghurst Manor Garden

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Sissinghurst Manor Garden

Sisinghurst is a very old English estate. Its history begins from the early Middle Ages, from the end of the 12th century, when the first stone house was laid here. At various times in Sisinghurst, English monarchs stopped: King Edward I and Queen Elizabeth I.
In the 15th century, the estate was purchased by the Baker family, who built a new large house, which became one of the first brick and luxury buildings in Kent.



After the breakup of the Baker family in the late 17th century, the house changed its owners repeatedly. Along with this, his destiny changed. In 1756, the castle was used as a prison camp for French sailors captured by the British during the Seven Years' War. Over the next 50 years, the manor houses served as a haven for the poor working in a nearby brick factory and employed on the farm of the estate.


In 1855 the estate was transferred to the Cornwallis family, who built a new house on this place, since the old buildings were hardly suitable for living. And in 1928 - was put up for sale and after 2 years found its customers, predetermined its future fate.





The married estate was acquired by a married couple Harold Nicholson and Vita Sackville-West. Harold is a diplomat, historian and memoirist, Vita is a poetess, writer and journalist. Each of them made an invaluable contribution to the revival of the medieval manor, preserving the spirit of the Elizabethan era. They managed to create their own unique garden, which became a reflection of their creative characters - the perfectionism of Harold and the romantic beginning of Vita.






In 1938 the garden was first opened to the general public with a fee for a visit of 1 shilling. In 1962, Vita died, and Harold and his sons decided that the best way to save the garden was to transfer it to the National Fund.








Sisinghurst embodies the English garden of the mid-20th century. It is divided into separate zones - "garden rooms", distinguished by a design decision. The garden design project belonged to Harold Nicholson, and the decoration of the interiors of the "garden rooms" is the idea of ​​Witt. Each of the 10 "rooms" has its own name, corresponding to its image. Here is one of the most famous White gardens in England. Carefully selected species of plants with white flowers, silver leaves give the garden a solemn and aristocratic look.













 "Rooms" are fenced with brick walls of old buildings or high hedges of boxwood. Their planning is carefully thought out. Being in one of these "rooms", the visitor opens a perspective to the next, intriguing with his new surprises

















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Sissinghurst Manor Garden

Sisinghurst is a very old English estate. Its history begins from the early Middle Ages, from the end of the 12th century, when the first stone house was laid here. At various times in Sisinghurst, English monarchs stopped: King Edward I and Queen Elizabeth I.
In the 15th century, the estate was purchased by the Baker family, who built a new large house, which became one of the first brick and luxury buildings in Kent.



After the breakup of the Baker family in the late 17th century, the house changed its owners repeatedly. Along with this, his destiny changed. In 1756, the castle was used as a prison camp for French sailors captured by the British during the Seven Years' War. Over the next 50 years, the manor houses served as a haven for the poor working in a nearby brick factory and employed on the farm of the estate.


In 1855 the estate was transferred to the Cornwallis family, who built a new house on this place, since the old buildings were hardly suitable for living. And in 1928 - was put up for sale and after 2 years found its customers, predetermined its future fate.





The married estate was acquired by a married couple Harold Nicholson and Vita Sackville-West. Harold is a diplomat, historian and memoirist, Vita is a poetess, writer and journalist. Each of them made an invaluable contribution to the revival of the medieval manor, preserving the spirit of the Elizabethan era. They managed to create their own unique garden, which became a reflection of their creative characters - the perfectionism of Harold and the romantic beginning of Vita.






In 1938 the garden was first opened to the general public with a fee for a visit of 1 shilling. In 1962, Vita died, and Harold and his sons decided that the best way to save the garden was to transfer it to the National Fund.








Sisinghurst embodies the English garden of the mid-20th century. It is divided into separate zones - "garden rooms", distinguished by a design decision. The garden design project belonged to Harold Nicholson, and the decoration of the interiors of the "garden rooms" is the idea of ​​Witt. Each of the 10 "rooms" has its own name, corresponding to its image. Here is one of the most famous White gardens in England. Carefully selected species of plants with white flowers, silver leaves give the garden a solemn and aristocratic look.













 "Rooms" are fenced with brick walls of old buildings or high hedges of boxwood. Their planning is carefully thought out. Being in one of these "rooms", the visitor opens a perspective to the next, intriguing with his new surprises

















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Sissinghurst Manor Garden

Sisinghurst is a very old English estate. Its history begins from the early Middle Ages, from the end of the 12th century, when the first stone house was laid here. At various times in Sisinghurst, English monarchs stopped: King Edward I and Queen Elizabeth I.
In the 15th century, the estate was purchased by the Baker family, who built a new large house, which became one of the first brick and luxury buildings in Kent.



After the breakup of the Baker family in the late 17th century, the house changed its owners repeatedly. Along with this, his destiny changed. In 1756, the castle was used as a prison camp for French sailors captured by the British during the Seven Years' War. Over the next 50 years, the manor houses served as a haven for the poor working in a nearby brick factory and employed on the farm of the estate.


In 1855 the estate was transferred to the Cornwallis family, who built a new house on this place, since the old buildings were hardly suitable for living. And in 1928 - was put up for sale and after 2 years found its customers, predetermined its future fate.





The married estate was acquired by a married couple Harold Nicholson and Vita Sackville-West. Harold is a diplomat, historian and memoirist, Vita is a poetess, writer and journalist. Each of them made an invaluable contribution to the revival of the medieval manor, preserving the spirit of the Elizabethan era. They managed to create their own unique garden, which became a reflection of their creative characters - the perfectionism of Harold and the romantic beginning of Vita.






In 1938 the garden was first opened to the general public with a fee for a visit of 1 shilling. In 1962, Vita died, and Harold and his sons decided that the best way to save the garden was to transfer it to the National Fund.








Sisinghurst embodies the English garden of the mid-20th century. It is divided into separate zones - "garden rooms", distinguished by a design decision. The garden design project belonged to Harold Nicholson, and the decoration of the interiors of the "garden rooms" is the idea of ​​Witt. Each of the 10 "rooms" has its own name, corresponding to its image. Here is one of the most famous White gardens in England. Carefully selected species of plants with white flowers, silver leaves give the garden a solemn and aristocratic look.













 "Rooms" are fenced with brick walls of old buildings or high hedges of boxwood. Their planning is carefully thought out. Being in one of these "rooms", the visitor opens a perspective to the next, intriguing with his new surprises

















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Sissinghurst Manor Garden

Sisinghurst is a very old English estate. Its history begins from the early Middle Ages, from the end of the 12th century, when the first stone house was laid here. At various times in Sisinghurst, English monarchs stopped: King Edward I and Queen Elizabeth I.
In the 15th century, the estate was purchased by the Baker family, who built a new large house, which became one of the first brick and luxury buildings in Kent.



After the breakup of the Baker family in the late 17th century, the house changed its owners repeatedly. Along with this, his destiny changed. In 1756, the castle was used as a prison camp for French sailors captured by the British during the Seven Years' War. Over the next 50 years, the manor houses served as a haven for the poor working in a nearby brick factory and employed on the farm of the estate.


In 1855 the estate was transferred to the Cornwallis family, who built a new house on this place, since the old buildings were hardly suitable for living. And in 1928 - was put up for sale and after 2 years found its customers, predetermined its future fate.





The married estate was acquired by a married couple Harold Nicholson and Vita Sackville-West. Harold is a diplomat, historian and memoirist, Vita is a poetess, writer and journalist. Each of them made an invaluable contribution to the revival of the medieval manor, preserving the spirit of the Elizabethan era. They managed to create their own unique garden, which became a reflection of their creative characters - the perfectionism of Harold and the romantic beginning of Vita.






In 1938 the garden was first opened to the general public with a fee for a visit of 1 shilling. In 1962, Vita died, and Harold and his sons decided that the best way to save the garden was to transfer it to the National Fund.








Sisinghurst embodies the English garden of the mid-20th century. It is divided into separate zones - "garden rooms", distinguished by a design decision. The garden design project belonged to Harold Nicholson, and the decoration of the interiors of the "garden rooms" is the idea of ​​Witt. Each of the 10 "rooms" has its own name, corresponding to its image. Here is one of the most famous White gardens in England. Carefully selected species of plants with white flowers, silver leaves give the garden a solemn and aristocratic look.













 "Rooms" are fenced with brick walls of old buildings or high hedges of boxwood. Their planning is carefully thought out. Being in one of these "rooms", the visitor opens a perspective to the next, intriguing with his new surprises

















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Sissinghurst Manor Garden

Sisinghurst is a very old English estate. Its history begins from the early Middle Ages, from the end of the 12th century, when the first stone house was laid here. At various times in Sisinghurst, English monarchs stopped: King Edward I and Queen Elizabeth I.
In the 15th century, the estate was purchased by the Baker family, who built a new large house, which became one of the first brick and luxury buildings in Kent.



After the breakup of the Baker family in the late 17th century, the house changed its owners repeatedly. Along with this, his destiny changed. In 1756, the castle was used as a prison camp for French sailors captured by the British during the Seven Years' War. Over the next 50 years, the manor houses served as a haven for the poor working in a nearby brick factory and employed on the farm of the estate.


In 1855 the estate was transferred to the Cornwallis family, who built a new house on this place, since the old buildings were hardly suitable for living. And in 1928 - was put up for sale and after 2 years found its customers, predetermined its future fate.





The married estate was acquired by a married couple Harold Nicholson and Vita Sackville-West. Harold is a diplomat, historian and memoirist, Vita is a poetess, writer and journalist. Each of them made an invaluable contribution to the revival of the medieval manor, preserving the spirit of the Elizabethan era. They managed to create their own unique garden, which became a reflection of their creative characters - the perfectionism of Harold and the romantic beginning of Vita.






In 1938 the garden was first opened to the general public with a fee for a visit of 1 shilling. In 1962, Vita died, and Harold and his sons decided that the best way to save the garden was to transfer it to the National Fund.








Sisinghurst embodies the English garden of the mid-20th century. It is divided into separate zones - "garden rooms", distinguished by a design decision. The garden design project belonged to Harold Nicholson, and the decoration of the interiors of the "garden rooms" is the idea of ​​Witt. Each of the 10 "rooms" has its own name, corresponding to its image. Here is one of the most famous White gardens in England. Carefully selected species of plants with white flowers, silver leaves give the garden a solemn and aristocratic look.













 "Rooms" are fenced with brick walls of old buildings or high hedges of boxwood. Their planning is carefully thought out. Being in one of these "rooms", the visitor opens a perspective to the next, intriguing with his new surprises

















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Sissinghurst Manor Garden

Sisinghurst is a very old English estate. Its history begins from the early Middle Ages, from the end of the 12th century, when the first stone house was laid here. At various times in Sisinghurst, English monarchs stopped: King Edward I and Queen Elizabeth I.
In the 15th century, the estate was purchased by the Baker family, who built a new large house, which became one of the first brick and luxury buildings in Kent.



After the breakup of the Baker family in the late 17th century, the house changed its owners repeatedly. Along with this, his destiny changed. In 1756, the castle was used as a prison camp for French sailors captured by the British during the Seven Years' War. Over the next 50 years, the manor houses served as a haven for the poor working in a nearby brick factory and employed on the farm of the estate.


In 1855 the estate was transferred to the Cornwallis family, who built a new house on this place, since the old buildings were hardly suitable for living. And in 1928 - was put up for sale and after 2 years found its customers, predetermined its future fate.





The married estate was acquired by a married couple Harold Nicholson and Vita Sackville-West. Harold is a diplomat, historian and memoirist, Vita is a poetess, writer and journalist. Each of them made an invaluable contribution to the revival of the medieval manor, preserving the spirit of the Elizabethan era. They managed to create their own unique garden, which became a reflection of their creative characters - the perfectionism of Harold and the romantic beginning of Vita.






In 1938 the garden was first opened to the general public with a fee for a visit of 1 shilling. In 1962, Vita died, and Harold and his sons decided that the best way to save the garden was to transfer it to the National Fund.








Sisinghurst embodies the English garden of the mid-20th century. It is divided into separate zones - "garden rooms", distinguished by a design decision. The garden design project belonged to Harold Nicholson, and the decoration of the interiors of the "garden rooms" is the idea of ​​Witt. Each of the 10 "rooms" has its own name, corresponding to its image. Here is one of the most famous White gardens in England. Carefully selected species of plants with white flowers, silver leaves give the garden a solemn and aristocratic look.













 "Rooms" are fenced with brick walls of old buildings or high hedges of boxwood. Their planning is carefully thought out. Being in one of these "rooms", the visitor opens a perspective to the next, intriguing with his new surprises

















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Sissinghurst Manor Garden

Sisinghurst is a very old English estate. Its history begins from the early Middle Ages, from the end of the 12th century, when the first stone house was laid here. At various times in Sisinghurst, English monarchs stopped: King Edward I and Queen Elizabeth I.
In the 15th century, the estate was purchased by the Baker family, who built a new large house, which became one of the first brick and luxury buildings in Kent.



After the breakup of the Baker family in the late 17th century, the house changed its owners repeatedly. Along with this, his destiny changed. In 1756, the castle was used as a prison camp for French sailors captured by the British during the Seven Years' War. Over the next 50 years, the manor houses served as a haven for the poor working in a nearby brick factory and employed on the farm of the estate.


In 1855 the estate was transferred to the Cornwallis family, who built a new house on this place, since the old buildings were hardly suitable for living. And in 1928 - was put up for sale and after 2 years found its customers, predetermined its future fate.





The married estate was acquired by a married couple Harold Nicholson and Vita Sackville-West. Harold is a diplomat, historian and memoirist, Vita is a poetess, writer and journalist. Each of them made an invaluable contribution to the revival of the medieval manor, preserving the spirit of the Elizabethan era. They managed to create their own unique garden, which became a reflection of their creative characters - the perfectionism of Harold and the romantic beginning of Vita.






In 1938 the garden was first opened to the general public with a fee for a visit of 1 shilling. In 1962, Vita died, and Harold and his sons decided that the best way to save the garden was to transfer it to the National Fund.








Sisinghurst embodies the English garden of the mid-20th century. It is divided into separate zones - "garden rooms", distinguished by a design decision. The garden design project belonged to Harold Nicholson, and the decoration of the interiors of the "garden rooms" is the idea of ​​Witt. Each of the 10 "rooms" has its own name, corresponding to its image. Here is one of the most famous White gardens in England. Carefully selected species of plants with white flowers, silver leaves give the garden a solemn and aristocratic look.













 "Rooms" are fenced with brick walls of old buildings or high hedges of boxwood. Their planning is carefully thought out. Being in one of these "rooms", the visitor opens a perspective to the next, intriguing with his new surprises

















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Sissinghurst Manor Garden

Sisinghurst is a very old English estate. Its history begins from the early Middle Ages, from the end of the 12th century, when the first stone house was laid here. At various times in Sisinghurst, English monarchs stopped: King Edward I and Queen Elizabeth I.
In the 15th century, the estate was purchased by the Baker family, who built a new large house, which became one of the first brick and luxury buildings in Kent.



After the breakup of the Baker family in the late 17th century, the house changed its owners repeatedly. Along with this, his destiny changed. In 1756, the castle was used as a prison camp for French sailors captured by the British during the Seven Years' War. Over the next 50 years, the manor houses served as a haven for the poor working in a nearby brick factory and employed on the farm of the estate.


In 1855 the estate was transferred to the Cornwallis family, who built a new house on this place, since the old buildings were hardly suitable for living. And in 1928 - was put up for sale and after 2 years found its customers, predetermined its future fate.





The married estate was acquired by a married couple Harold Nicholson and Vita Sackville-West. Harold is a diplomat, historian and memoirist, Vita is a poetess, writer and journalist. Each of them made an invaluable contribution to the revival of the medieval manor, preserving the spirit of the Elizabethan era. They managed to create their own unique garden, which became a reflection of their creative characters - the perfectionism of Harold and the romantic beginning of Vita.






In 1938 the garden was first opened to the general public with a fee for a visit of 1 shilling. In 1962, Vita died, and Harold and his sons decided that the best way to save the garden was to transfer it to the National Fund.








Sisinghurst embodies the English garden of the mid-20th century. It is divided into separate zones - "garden rooms", distinguished by a design decision. The garden design project belonged to Harold Nicholson, and the decoration of the interiors of the "garden rooms" is the idea of ​​Witt. Each of the 10 "rooms" has its own name, corresponding to its image. Here is one of the most famous White gardens in England. Carefully selected species of plants with white flowers, silver leaves give the garden a solemn and aristocratic look.













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Sissinghurst Manor Garden

Sisinghurst is a very old English estate. Its history begins from the early Middle Ages, from the end of the 12th century, when the first stone house was laid here. At various times in Sisinghurst, English monarchs stopped: King Edward I and Queen Elizabeth I.
In the 15th century, the estate was purchased by the Baker family, who built a new large house, which became one of the first brick and luxury buildings in Kent.



After the breakup of the Baker family in the late 17th century, the house changed its owners repeatedly. Along with this, his destiny changed. In 1756, the castle was used as a prison camp for French sailors captured by the British during the Seven Years' War. Over the next 50 years, the manor houses served as a haven for the poor working in a nearby brick factory and employed on the farm of the estate.


In 1855 the estate was transferred to the Cornwallis family, who built a new house on this place, since the old buildings were hardly suitable for living. And in 1928 - was put up for sale and after 2 years found its customers, predetermined its future fate.





The married estate was acquired by a married couple Harold Nicholson and Vita Sackville-West. Harold is a diplomat, historian and memoirist, Vita is a poetess, writer and journalist. Each of them made an invaluable contribution to the revival of the medieval manor, preserving the spirit of the Elizabethan era. They managed to create their own unique garden, which became a reflection of their creative characters - the perfectionism of Harold and the romantic beginning of Vita.






In 1938 the garden was first opened to the general public with a fee for a visit of 1 shilling. In 1962, Vita died, and Harold and his sons decided that the best way to save the garden was to transfer it to the National Fund.








Sisinghurst embodies the English garden of the mid-20th century. It is divided into separate zones - "garden rooms", distinguished by a design decision. The garden design project belonged to Harold Nicholson, and the decoration of the interiors of the "garden rooms" is the idea of ​​Witt. Each of the 10 "rooms" has its own name, corresponding to its image. Here is one of the most famous White gardens in England. Carefully selected species of plants with white flowers, silver leaves give the garden a solemn and aristocratic look.













 "Rooms" are fenced with brick walls of old buildings or high hedges of boxwood. Their planning is carefully thought out. Being in one of these "rooms", the visitor opens a perspective to the next, intriguing with his new surprises

















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