WATER

Water > noun [mass noun] | 1. a colourless, transparent, odourless, liquid which forms the seas, lakes, rivers, and rain and is the basis of the fluids of living organisms... 

source the Oxford Dictionary

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 MONUMENT 

This beautiful (cultural heritage) monument in the South of Italy. Aqueduct di Vanvitelli

Built for the imposing palace 'Reggia di Caserta.'

Photos Linda Loenen

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Special thanks to

Ministero dei Beni e delle Attività culturali e del Turismo - Reggia di Caserta

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 OPEN WATER 

Water mirrors at the end of the day, when the wind has died down.

 Netherlands \  Italy...

Photos

Helma Bongenaar

 Linda Loenen

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All different kind of old lighthouses in harbours, on the beach, and on a pier in the water.

Photos Helma Bongenaar 

Linda Loenen

 LIGHT HOUSES 

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 BRIDGES 

Old stone bridges in France. 
Simple way to cross the water, gangplank.
Sydney Harbour Bridge,

iron bridge from 1923.

Photos

Helma Bongenaar 

Lieselotte Oudega

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