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Magical floating umbrella sky in Portugal via My Modern Metropolis

Lamego, Portugal

San Giulio, Italy

Isola di Loreto Castle, Lombardia / Italy

Gardens at Powis Castle, Wales

Castle Drachenburg, Germany

Watkins Glen State Park, NY / Jonathan Eger

Benedictine Monastery, Monserrat, Barcelona - Spain.

This is a bridge in Paris. You hang locks on it with the name of you & your boyfriend/girlfriend/best-friend then throw the key into the river. So even though the friend/relationship may end, you can’t remove the lock. It stays there forever, as relevance to someone once a part of your life. -- How romantic... :)

The Butter Cross, Winchester in the snow. Early 15th Century. Its name originates from the fact that they were located at the market place, where people from neighbouring villages would gather to buy locally produced butter, milk and eggs. The fresh produce was laid out and displayed on the circular stepped bases of the cross. Photograph by Martin Tod, via Flickr

House Where Jane Austen Died Jane Austen spent the last few weeks of her life in this house, and died on 18th July 1817. The house, in College Street, Winchester is not open to the public.