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One more photo of the Tynemouth Castle and Priory ruins. My two previous photos you can see HERE.
View from this POV was already presented on TE by Bev HERE but I have experienced over there so different light conditions that I decided to share it anyway.

For not native English speakers I wanted to explain here that TYNE is a name of the river and MOUTH refers not only to a part of face but also to an exit of river to the sea. This priory overlooks thus the exit of river Tyne to the North Sea. It is quite similar in German language were the word muende is used, for example Warnemuende or Schweinemuende. In Polish we rather use the word ujście like Świnoujście, which is a synonym for exit.

To read more about history of this place CLICK HERE.

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Viewed: 1977
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Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5181 W: 103 N: 13280] (53370)
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