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A want also all members say thank you for every week, bringing a visit to my pictures.

Saturday one of the first summer days in Belgium, more than 25° Celsius with a lot sun, but also a few innocent clouds.
I know I have a lot pictures of Ghent on TE placed.
Every time I see new angles, buildings after restoration, or also the sun on another place, this are all reasons for these picture.
Also my first picture 1200x800, this as probation, I waits on reactions of the members of TE.

History of these street;
The “Kraanlei” is a street in the centre of the Belgian city of Ghent.
The street along the Lys and forms the southern boundary of the “Patershol”.
She is named after the wooden crane from the 16th century who would have stood.
Heavy cargo, such as wine barrels and various other goods were unloaded here. The crane children possessed a very sturdy wooden crane, it had a floor. This floor was used for keeping the accounts.
There was a kick wheel is installed so that the crane the crane children were able to set in motion, on both sides of the crane

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