Mons Meg - A medieval bombard located at Edinburgh Castle in Scotland has a calibre (barrel diameter) of 20 inches making it one of the largest cannons in the world by calibre. It is believed to be accepting balls that weighed about 180 kg and could only
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Stunning church of St. Laurentius in Schaan captured from open roof of Schaan bus station. Check out blog link in profile to read more on our visit to the Liechtenstein #liechtenstein #smallestcountry #richestcountry #exploreeverything #instamood #instatr
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Gloomy vaults where prisoners of war and pirates were held in the 18th and 19th centuries. The vaults provided an insight into the life of the prisoners with recreated hammocks, fireplace and the graffiti left over by the prisoners on the wooden doors. Al
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Dinant station greets you with a picture-perfect view of the strikingly visible tulip bulb-shaped cathedral spire with a backdrop of rocky cliffs and citadel overlooking the charming town of Dinant and the River Meuse. Check out blog link in profile to re
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One more picture from Dinant Cave which shows the abundance of white stalactites and stalagmites presence. Check out blog link in profile to read more on our visit to Dinant #belgium #dinant #saxophone #saxbridge #beautifulbridges #stunningbridges #histor
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