The harbour of Tangermünde is situated at the place where the Tanger leads into the river Elbe. At the end of the Quai you can see the silo of the harbour. On the right hand side the town fortification is visible. Behind that, the old city of Tangermünde can be found.
From Tangermünde Castle the view over the river Elbe and the Altmark is phantastic. If the weather is great like on this day, it’s a real joy to stand here.
In the village Charavgi near Polilimnio there are some taverns with a great view over the valley and its nature.
The bridge of Avignon, well known as Pont d’Avignon, is officially called Pont Saint-Bénézet. Nowadays there are only a couple of arches left crossing only half of one of two branches of the river Rhone at this place.
The Sint Servaasbrug (or the St. Servatius Bridge, in Maastricht ‘Aw Brögk’) is an arched stone footbridge across the Meuse River in Maastricht, Netherlands. It connects the Wyck district with the city center.
The St. Servatius Bridg (Dutch: Sint Servaasbrug, locally known as ‘Aw Brögk’) is a stone bridge from the 13th century. It is probably the oldest still working bridge in the Netherlands. It connects the old city of Maastricht over the river Maas with Wyck, the part of the city where the train station can be found. This bridge is only for cyclists and pedestrians.
Avignon seen from the other side of the Rhone with an overview over the old city, especially the city wall and the Papal Palace.
This is a panorama taken in Avignon during the blue hour. Night is falling, so the lights are switched on. The bridge in front is the Bridge of Avignon (Pont d’Avignon). Behind it you can see the tracers of the traffic in front of the city wall. Within the city wall you can find the papal palace as a beautiful and interesting part of the old city.
Avignon shortly after Sunset. The bridge of Avignon (Pont d’Avignon) is clearly visible, as is the Papal Palace (Palais des Papes), the river Rhone and the traffic in this long exposure.