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Uploaded: 07/18/22 11:13 AM GMT
Mechelen 13
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Another picture taken on the Grote Markt (the big square of the city) in Mechelen, Belgium.

This time a picture of the Belgium Post Office with at the left the St. Rumbold's Cathedral.

At this picture I've showed you the present City Hall of Mechelen. In the 14th until the 16th century the here depicted building, which is now the Mechelen post office, was the City Hall of Mechelen. Its present facade however dates from about one hundred years ago as result of restoration.

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::biffobear
07/18/22 11:47 AM GMT
Beautiful buildings..Very nice..R.
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.casechaser
07/18/22 11:57 AM GMT
It's a bit ironic to have a cathedral beside a post office isn't it? One provides communication between souls for a small price and the other provides it between souls and soul giver for free.

Imagine if you were a stamp collector and had a stamp issued in the first year of the post office's life. It would be worth a fortune!
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.jerseygurl
07/18/22 2:25 PM GMT
Your image showcases the beautiful and ornate architecture of those amazing structures in a fine photographic composition - Great Capture Cornelius!!!!!!!!
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::trixxie17
07/18/22 2:40 PM GMT
Wonderful scene Mr. C. - I love to see this very old architecture.
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::tigger3
07/18/22 8:31 PM GMT
Marvelous details Mr. C. this is impressive,and I liked John's comment!
tigs=^..^=
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.Starglow
07/18/22 11:56 PM GMT
Awesome structures on the street makes a great sight.
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::koca
07/20/22 6:29 AM GMT
And another wonderful capture of this beautiful architecture. I love it, Cornelius.
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::Nikoneer
07/30/22 4:56 PM GMT
I swear, C., that if ever the dikes in the Netherlands break and the sea washes in, the country will never lift up and float away, mainly held in place by all the heavy ornamental architecture found there. Amazing.

-nik ;oP
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