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Forgotten Places

(June 19–27, 2010)

George Row

Threshing Barn at Sharagore

Rolf Ris

Like the 16th Century

Riquewihr, France

June 20, 2010, 14:00 MEZ

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Forgotten place?
Most cities changed their appearance over the centuries.
There is a lot of concrete, steel and glass everywhere in the cities.

If you want to see a city which looks like it did in Medieval Times, then go and visit Riquewihr in France. Today it looks more or less as it did in the 16th Century.

OK, today there are a lot more tourists, but the look and feel of the town is very nice.

You don't have the chance to visit it in real life? Then take a look at my panorama and get an idea about this little town.

Europe / France

Lat: 48° 10' 1.35" N
Long: 7° 17' 49.43" E

Elevation: 310

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Nikon D300 - Nikkor 10.5mm (fullframe fisheye)
Monopod with Nodal Ninja 3
PTGui Mac - Photoshop - CubicConverter
Quicktime Pro
Macbook Pro - OSX 10.5

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