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Great mkamionka 2022-08-17 14:52

Hi Bev,
Lovely capture of the charming street. I like your asymmetric approach with all the buildings leading to the tower in the centre.
To be honest I didn't know the concept of the Grade I or Grade II building from any other country, I encountered it only in the UK and of course looking for info for my photos I find it occasionally but I keep forgetting what it is about. I think Grade I means good :)
In spite of the cloudy weather you preserved the features of the clouds which added to the mood.
Very well done,
M

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Thank you for your thoughtful critique, Mariusz.

Grade I means the property is of 'exceptional interest'. Only around 2.5% of listed buildings are Grade 1 listed. Grade II This means the property is important and considered of more than special interest.

Regards, Bev :-)
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