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Sinaia: Peles Royal Domain, guard pavilion (6)

By gss  
The terraces. I'm not sure but i guess that the canons are some captured from the Ottoman Army in the Romanian Independence War (known better as Russian-Ottoman War between 1877-78, finished with Adrianopolis - Edirne - treaty)
The terraces belong today to a restaurant bar, and from thee you have a [link=Sinaia: Peles Royal Domain, guard pavilion (5)]nice view of the Peleş Castle ( as in one of my previous image)[/link]
A special thank to Joline for her very kind award

Tags: Canon Architecture Romania Sinaia

Voters: barbarahirst, ColleenA, morpheus1955 and 18 more


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ColleenA Plus
7 444 7 Australia
21 Jun 2014 6:16PM
That is a very well preserved canon Silviu....from an interesting War...great shot

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21 Jun 2014 7:01PM
It's nice to see inactive canons, only for decoration, Silviou. A lovely composed and captured image.
Effrossini
21 Jun 2014 9:16PM
Superb capture, Silviu. Excellent comp, POV, tones & textures.
Deserves my UA.

Fred
Bantu 6 7 1 India
22 Jun 2014 5:09AM
A great capture,plus history explained.

Vikram
mistere Plus
6 4 3 England
22 Jun 2014 7:16AM
Both the Castle and the Guard house are fascinating buildings, for their history, architecture and their artistic appeal.
This cannon sits well with the guard houses former purpose and provides an interesting feature for the people using
the facicities there today.
Super image Silviu.

Dave.
nonur 11 18 13 Turkey
22 Jun 2014 5:24PM
I like the mixture and the way you framed them, Silviu. Good work.
22 Jun 2014 10:50PM
Great shot Silviu. Cathy

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