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Great holmertz 2021-10-14 11:29

Hello György,
It's nicely timed with the man on the kick bike in the foreground and the church as a good focal point far behind him. But where are the heaps of kick bikes that should be parked across the pavement or thrown between the tram tracks? Hasn't Debrecen caught up with the modern trends?
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Gert

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Old 10-14-2021, 12:35 PM
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Hi Paul,

Thanks for the critiques. Of course, I have a lot of other photos, here is just the choice for TE. Other places shown in the collage are: Meteora, Olympia, Arachova, Mycenae, Skopje, Rio-Antirio. It was a great trip. I saw the places that I wanted to visit for years.
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Hi Malgo,


I wasn't sure Meteora was the second picture in the top row.
Mycenae I should have recognized.
I cannot find Skopje in the collage and Arachova is unknown to me.

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Mycenae (the famous Lion's Gate) is the first, Arachova is a ski resort near Delphi, the photo under Meteora, photo from Skopje (the old town - Carsija) is between Thessaloniki and Nafplion. I decided to go just a few days before.

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