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By Agathe Beitz

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The Rose behind the Fence

By Ninfea

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...herbstliche Wiesen

HFF...

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By Christa1004

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Fence with view... HFF

No explanation needed ;-))

By Mariagrazia Gaggero

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evitiamo il sole!

HFF al gruppo! e ripariamoci dal sole! State attenti e in salute - Stay face

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By Daniela Brocca

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Fiume Ill nella Petite France

Altre vie e piazze interessanti della Petite France sono la Rue des Dentelles (al n. 12 edificio del 18° secolo, al n. 10 edificio del 16° secolo), Place Benjamin-Zix (in cui si trovano alcuni stand del Mercatino di Natale), il Pont St Martin (che offre una bella vista sulla Rue du Bain-aux-Plantes e dove l'Ill si divide in 4 bracci e mostra alcuni mulini ad acqua, chiuse e dighe), il Quai de la Petite France (costeggia il canale di navigazione e offre un bel colpo d'occhio sulle case che si specchiano nell'acqua) e il Pont du Faisan. ------------------------------------------------------------------- Other interesting streets and squares in Petite France are Rue des Dentelles (at no. 12 18th century building, at no. 10 16th century building), Place Benjamin-Zix (where you can find some of the stalls of the Christmas Market), Pont St Martin (which offers a nice view of Rue du Bain-aux-Plantes and where you can see the Rue du Bain-aux-Plantes. Other interesting streets and squares are Rue des Dentelles (at no. 12 18th-century building, at no. 10 16th-century building), Place Benjamin-Zix (where you will find some of the stalls of the Christmas Market), Pont St Martin (which offers a nice view of Rue du Bain-aux-Plantes and where the Ill divides into four arms and shows some watermills, locks and dams), Quai de la Petite France (which runs along the navigation canal and offers a nice view of the houses reflected in the water) and Pont du Faisan. Translated with www.deepl.com/Translator (free version)

By Petar Bojić

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Hawthorn in bloom

Hawthorn is one of the most precious medicines for the heart. It strengthens and regulates the work of the heart. Effectively regulates blood pressure. In older people, it treats defects and inflammation of the heart muscle. Helps with tension, irritability, insomnia. It is used for pneumonia, flu, cough, bronchitis. It is especially important in heart attacks because it improves the blood supply to the heart muscle. They are dried in the shade in thin layers. Tea is prepared from flowers and leaves or fruit. It is sweetened with honey and drunk sip by sip. The fruitage can also be beaten, soaked for 8 hours in cold water, boiled briefly, drained and drunk 2-3 cups sip by sip daily. A tincture can be made from flowers and fruits (20 g is poured with 100 ml of 70% alcohol. Drink twenty drops a day with a little fluid.)

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By Christa1004

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Gold lies over the ocean

By Leo W

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Im Kornfeld ++ In the cornfield

press z

By Mary Bg

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Après la pluie

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