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Observed yesterday on this walk. This symbolic attachment to unfamiliar characters reminds me of the fetishism of tree-huggers who embrace species without knowing their names or what makes them live or die.
Fuck book Council Hill Set in stone. Fine looking place. They are just finishing off a handsome looking museum to wow the visitors, and have decorated the exterior walls of this stone building with fourteen Roman grave-covers 'tablets', I think they're called inscribed in, of course, Latin.
Amazing things 1. As far as I can see, the Latin is perfecto perfectus.
Only problem — the builders who cemented these grave-covers into the walls not only apparently couldn't read Latin, they Fuck book Council Hill thought that the Romans liked to write everything upsidedown. Yes, I'm afraid so. Your email address will not be published.
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Barcelona Council, fan of the heavy metal umlaut? Regional president Hotel chain adapting weather forecasts to client expectations on language basis? Hotel Medium Confort on Travesera de Gracia, Barcelona has a little display device on the reception counter which tells you in.
Comments Set in stone. I have seen the exactly same thing in a church built at least 3 centuries ago. Ignorance knows no borders, none at all.
Not even time. But we counted on time!
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