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things to see in Europe?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by helpimcrap, 21 Oct 2009.

  1. helpimcrap

    Capodecina

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    just curious.
    what would you say is a marvel? :)

    ie fountains in Barcelona? Eiffel tower? back street in amsterdam? lol
     
  2. lukechad

    Sgarrista

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    Location: Burton-On-Trent

    Cologne Cathedral.
     
  3. bledd

    Don

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    white cliffs of Dover (not seen myself)
     
  4. Smit

    Soldato

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    Location: West Lothian

    Colosseum in Rome would probably be my suggestion if I could only pick one.
     
  5. helpimcrap

    Capodecina

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    that's an interesting one. :) seen it in the film Jumper though. :p :D
    one to consider. :)
     
  6. helpimcrap

    Capodecina

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    what's so different about that? never heard of it myself. :o
     
  7. helpimcrap

    Capodecina

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    seen it on the ferry or plane but not from ground level lol.
     
  8. meghatronic

    Capodecina

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    It took 600yrs to build.
     
  9. h00fzilla

    Hitman

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    Location: Finsbury Park

    It's huge, terrifying, gothic. It’s just awesome.

    Would also suggest the Pantheon in Rome.
     
  10. cm1179

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    i thought this was one big let down
     
  11. cm1179

    Mobster

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    i did however find stone henge and all thos rocks in france fascinating
     
  12. colinuk

    Mobster

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    Location: Versailles

    Commando Monument - Located in moorland beside the A82.

    Just hit a spot for me when i saw it.
     
  13. MonkeyNews

    Wise Guy

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    Sistine Chapel
    Colosseum
    Stone Henge
    Sagrada Familia
    Acropolis

    To name but a few... :)
     
  14. lukechad

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    Its quite large!

    [​IMG]

    Considering not 1 crane was used to build the thing!

    Put it this way, I was climbing to the top and got vertigo, this is from someone who a few weeks ago jumped out of a plane at 13,000 feet. :)
     
  15. The Dread Pirate

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    Get it right it's Köln :mad:
     
  16. lukechad

    Sgarrista

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    If your from Germany it is yes, the english translation (and on lots of maps might I add), its Cologne.
     
  17. Peter Diffey

    Wise Guy

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    Cordoba - mezquita
    Granada - Al hambra

    Both in Andalucia, Spain if you fancy seeing something different.
     
  18. The Dread Pirate

    Capodecina

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    The English is wrong they copied the French!
     
  19. RobPot

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    Herculaneum
     
  20. ntg

    Mobster

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    Acropolis,
    Notre Dame (spell?)
    Oxford (the architecture is amazing)
    Scottish Highlands
    Norwegian Fjords
    just to name a few..