Green Day - Strasbourg

Posted by Claudia Moser on 5:50 AM in ,



Olá Claudia, uma foto magnífica de Estrasburgo uma cidade linda que gostaria de conhecer. Quem sabe um dia, talvez...Abraços e bom fim-de-semana. Ailime

What a beautiful photo in a historical setting! Have a nice weekend.

I have never been to Strasbourg but heard it's beautiful.. I like your shot.

Our weekly party is on at:

Please come and join us if you like. Have a great weekend!

What a beautiful scene, Claudia. It certainly looks beautiful there.

nice photo

That looks like such a peaceful place to be :)

Wow what a beautiful image. You take it?

Lindo, os tons, a perspectiva e as formas...seria um belo quadro se fosse pintado. Beijos!

Looks like a beautiful place to visit, I like the bridge over the water. Have a happy weekend!

Olá, querida Cláudia
Extasiante!!! A ponte me dá uma visão estonteante... Gosto de apreciar...
Bjs fraternos de paz e bem

Good Morning Claudia
and Greetings from rainy Ireland

I just wanted to pop by and wish you
a very Happy St. Patrick's Day.

May you always have
Walls for the winds,
A roof for the rain,
Tea beside the fire,
Laughter to cheer you,
Those you love near you,
And all your heart might desire!


ps thanks for linking up with Green Day
I was in Strasbourg once and loved it
that was many years ago but I would really like to visit it again....
maybe I will try and arrange it ....

Dearest Claudia,
Oh, another beautiful exotic place 'Strasbourg' with green scenery♡♡♡
Wishing you will have a wonderful new week, my friend.

Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

So beautiful! I've never been to Strasbourg but now I really want to go there :)

Thank you all, we were in July 2011 in Strasbourg, we enjoyed the summer days in this lovely town. Taking a boat ride is amazing, cooling and you discover so many hidden places.

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