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There is hardly a better place in my area to enjoy a perfect Autumn day than the open-air -museum in Detmold. We spent a whole day in beautiful sunshine without a cloud in this lovely location.

The LWL-Freilichtmuseum in Detmold is a great place to learn and experience the world of our ancestors. The open-air-museum is covered with buildings, tools, animals and plants of countryside life in Northwest Germany in the last couple of centuries. An endless source of inspiration for HDR photography.

Galata Tower ( Byzantine - 528) in the back

Take a step back in history at Red Oak II, “where

today, this quaint ‘ghost town’ includes a Phillips 66 station, an old schoolhouse, feed store, diner, town hall, jail, several homes, and more. Two buildings that were important in (Lowell) Davis’ life are the blacksmith shop, where his great-grandfather once practiced his trade and the General Store, that was run by Lowell’s father and where he learned to sculpt and paint. Both buildings were moved from the original Red Oak townsite. Situated throughout the property are numerous Davis sculptures and old vehicles. Frozen in time, a walk through Red Oak II is a vivid stroll through the past.”

Rade de Brest, Finistère, Brittany, France

 

Fêtes maritimes 2016

 

See: www.brest2016.fr/

Position: This photo was taken opposite of the Teatro Romano de Málaga amphitheater. Málaga, Spain.

Projecting modern German history against the Marie Elisabeth Lueders Haus, Berlin.

Historical Alanya Castle walls and defensive balls

 

Tarihi Alanya Kalesi surları ve savunma topları

Село Териберка - это старинное поморское становище в устье красивой семужьей реки с одноименным названием. Первые упоминания о становище Териберка относятся ориентировочно к 1523 году. Существует фламандская карта 1601 года, на которой, возможно впервые, отмечен топоним Tiribery. В 1870 году, в связи с имперским планом колонизации Мурмана, здесь основывается постоянное поселение. Вот такие строчки, были написаны в конце 19-го века: «Териберка мало уступает в промысловом отношении становищу Гаврилово, но превосходит его красотою своей местности и удобством своей гавани. Это потрясающее место контрастов!»

 

Во время переписи промысловых изб в 1608 году здесь было насчитано 6 изб — наравне с одним из трех крупнейших поселений Восточного Мурмана. В 1623 году селение подверглось нападению датской военной эскадры. Датский флот смог разбить ядрами наспех построенный блокгауз, отогнать русских вглубь материка, захватить припасы и уничтожить трофейные русские лодьи. В 1809 году во время англо-русской войны становище было полностью сожжено англичанами. К 1823 году становище было заново отстроено и считалось одним из лучших на Мурмане.

 

В начале XX века в Териберке были довольно развитые тресковые и акульи промыслы (занимались в основном норвежцы, имевшие здесь свою факторию и магазин), шла довольно активная торговля треской. В конце 20-х годов XX века был организован первый колхоз, имевший, кроме рыболовецких шняк, свою молочно-товарную ферму и оленье стадо. Перед Великой Отечественной войной за трудовые достижения работники МТВ и рыбаки колхоза несколько раз удостаивались чести быть направленными на ВДНХ в Москву, отмечались правительственными наградами и дипломами ВДНХ. Примерно в то же время началось строительство судоремонтных мастерских в населённом пункте Лодейном.

 

Наибольшего развития поселок Териберка достиг после окончания Великой Отечественной войны. В 1940-60 годах здесь было уже два рыболовецких колхоза, две молочно-товарные фермы, птицеферма, около 2000 голов оленей, ферма по разведению американской норки, два рыбозавода, мастерские и склады Беломорской базы Гослова. На полную мощность работали и развивались судоремонтные мастерские, велось активное строительство жилья и объектов соцкультбыта, имелся стадион, дом культуры, клубы судоремонтных мастерских и рыбозавода, пионерский клуб, две школы — начальная и восьмилетняя, интернат для детей из посёлков с побережья, больница, поликлиника, амбулатория. Поселок Териберка был районным центром, довольно быстро развивался и рос.

 

Упадок в Териберке начался в 60-х годах XX века, когда район перенесли в Североморск. Появились крупнотоннажные суда Мурманска, флота ушли в океан, прибрежный промысел потерял свое значение, а рыбопереработка, в связи с развитием рыбного порта и рыбокомбината в городе Мурманске, сошла на нет. В процессе «укрупнения» был ликвидирован колхоз «Мурманец» вместе со звероводческой фермой, распалась и Беломорская база Гослова, оленье стадо было передано в село Ловозеро, был ликвидирован рыбозавод, так как крупные суда не могли заходить в реку. В 1980-х годах при строительстве Териберских ГЭС было варварски уничтожено семужье стадо.

 

Сегодня в Териберке живет всего около 300 жителей. В советское время, особенно в послевоенные годы, тут был процветающий посёлок городского типа с населением 4,5 тысяч человек. Наибольшего упадка Териберка достигла В 90-е годы прошлого века.

 

*В Териберской бухте два населенных пункта, Лодейное и Териберка. Лодейное и Териберка два разных поселка, в 1970-1980-е годы они даже не соединялись дорогой между собой, потому что не было моста через речку с одноименным названием Териберка. Из Лодейного в Териберку ходила большая моторная лодка - Дора. Само старинное поморское село Териберка состояло из деревянных старых домов, а в Лодейном были каменные дома, почта, портнадзор и радиостанция принадлежащая Мурманрыбпрому.

 

Two billion years of Earth's history carved out.

“Every moment happens twice: inside and outside, and they are two different histories.”

― Zadie Smith

 

Castle Westhove. The castle dates from the 13th century.

The castle was in a charter of 1277 of Count Floris V mentioned as being the property of the abbey in Middelburg, but it is not clear how old the castle was then.

Here you see the left side. I just love this place!

 

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Please View Large On Black It's worth it.

 

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tarihi kale surlarından bakış (looking to the sea from the walls of the historical castle)

Around the beginning of the Great Depression in late 1920, an apple company decided to sell apples to people on credit, who in turn sold the apples. Five cent apple sellers could be found throughout street corners in New York.

The apple selling scheme had several benefits: It helped the apple industry move surplus produce that might never get purchased otherwise, and it helped men earn some money. But more than that, it gave men a small sense of pride. By selling apples instead of begging, the unemployed men still seemed to be in charge of their own destinies. Photographs of men selling the apples remain one of the most well-known symbols of the Depression today.

www.history.com/news/apples-weapon-great-depression

 

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Shot at f/11 but lens does not talk to camera so not reported in Exif.

A narrow old alley, taken today in Middelburg The Netherlands

 

Taken with smartphone and pp with Snapseed.

 

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The old windmill of Eickhorst on a Summer evening. Ostwestfalen, Germany

we celebrate and mourn when we are born

we laugh and love like morning doves

why then do we have history it is such a mystery

we are islands alone and many times without a home

some have food some have not

some have pain and cry a lot

why then do we have history it is such a mystery

we do the same over and over again.

we hunger and thirst

we wait for the hurst

and in the end here we go again.

so then why do we have history it is such a mystery

we make a celebration about liberty and freedom

and we murder again with no real reason

i love my wife i love my life

so then why do we have history it is such a mystery

governments come and governments go

some hit high and some hit low

movie stars act and that's just that

no real living proof that it's real and it's no big deal.

we act the same then it goes down the drain

just ask the bugs the rats and sometimes even the cats

so life keeps spinning and no one is winning

so then why do we have history it is such a mystery.

  

Looks like the cold and dark season is in the dying stages. Spring weekend ahead. Hücker Moor, Ostwestfalen, Germany

The old windmill of Eickhorst is one of my favorite places to dive into history. Minden Area, Ostwestfalen, Germany

GRONINGEN City - Is an old city (more than 950 years) and is the regional power of the north of the Netherlands, a semi-independent city-state and member of the German Hanseatic League. Groningen is a university city, with 31,000 students at the University of Groningen, and 28,000 at the Hanze University of Applied Sciences.

 

Note

The photo was taken from the roof of the Forum

We used today to dive into the history of the Danish West Coast visiting the Tirpitz Museum in Blavand as well as the open air museum of Nymindegab. I can highly recommend both locations for people who love to learn more about the life of our ancestors in previous centuries. Nymindegab, Jylland, Denmark

I've been passionate about rocks since my son found his first fossil at the age of 4. He said he was looking for dinosaurs. Yes he became a geologist.

 

LOL .... Flickr tagged this as food .... Rock cakes?

Blogged: History Repeats...

 

Had some fun with this one. We recently shot some family pictures and my SL daugther who has been with me for 8 years now hasn't been able to be in for a while. So I pulled her out of a shot from literally 4 years ago to the day and made some magic. <3

Vijverberg, Den Haag, NL

The Cathedral of St Barbara, a jewel of the Late Gothic period and one of the four cathedral-type buildings in Bohemia

Probably my favourite building of all, the Natural History Museum in London. Plus a shoutout in the title to the greatest podcast of all - Hardcore History by Dan Carlin.

In the moment this would be impossible. But there will be a time after Corona. Will they start with this nonsense again?

EXPLORE Worthy, Challenge 92- Your Choice! (Art from 2017)

 

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Victoria Dock in Hobart, Tasmania. Looking towards the Hotel Grand Chancellor.

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History

 

내 심장이 뛰지를 않아

(My heart be breakin’)

분한 맘에 울어도 보고

소리 질러 “하” 외쳐도 봤어

(My pain be creepin’)

흑과 백 아직 남과 북

끝이 나지 않는 전쟁 Scene

둘로 나뉜 태양의 절망

멀리 돌고 돌아서

다시 시작하는 곳에 다 왔어

오류투성이지만

배워 가며 강해질 수 있는 나

저 태양처럼 거대한

하나란 걸 아는 날 Oh oh

모두 함께 가는 우리 미래로

I need you and you want me

지구란 이 별에서 Oh oh oh oh

Every every everyday 내가 만든 History

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Fishing is the practice of catching fish. It is a pre-historic practice dating back at least 40,000 years.

 

The quote “The more things change, the more they stay the same” is a reference to situations where there appears to be a meaningful change, but many underlying fundamentals are still the same.

 

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A shot of one part of Odunpazarı, Eskişehir. The area is full of these old Ottoman style houses, many of which, as in this street, have been restored.

I ❤ AMSTERDAM - Amsterdam has a long and eventful history. The origins of the city lie in the 12th century, when fishermen living along the banks of the River Amstel built a bridge across the waterway near the IJ, which at the time was a large saltwater inlet. Wooden locks under the bridge served as a dam protecting the village from the rising IJ waters, which often flooded the early settlement. The mouth of the river Amstel, where the Damrak is now, formed a natural harbor, which became important for trading-exchange from the larger koggeships into the smaller ships that sailed the merchandise deeper into the hinterland.

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