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Loch Lubnaig looking towards Meall Mor. The loch is mentioned in Sir walter Scott's poem "The Lady of the Lake":                   Yet slow he laid his plaid aside, / And lingering eyed his lovely bride, / Until he saw the starting tear / Speak woe he might not stop to cheer: / Then, trusting not a second look, / In haste he sped hind up the brook, /   Nor backward glanced till on the heath /       Where Lubnaig's lake supplies the Teith,—

Loch Lubnaig looking towards Meall Mor. The loch is mentioned in Sir walter Scott's poem "The Lady of the Lake": Yet slow he laid his plaid aside, / And lingering eyed his lovely bride, / Until he saw the starting tear / Speak woe he might not stop to cheer: / Then, trusting not a second look, / In haste he sped hind up the brook, / Nor backward glanced till on the heath / Where Lubnaig's lake supplies the Teith,—

Outside of London during World War II, 1940s. (Life.com)

World War II: London in Color

die beiden Dampfmaschine-Generator-Kombinationen aus 1900 (Datei: Beelitz_05.jpg, Downloads: 87)

die beiden Dampfmaschine-Generator-Kombinationen aus 1900 (Datei: Beelitz_05.jpg, Downloads: 87)

Beelitz Heilstätten Male Pavilion - Staircase

Beelitz Heilstätten Male Pavilion - Staircase

Berlin: the building that housed the High Command of the German Armed Forces in WW2. Abwehr headquarters were on the third floor. The water in front is the Landwehr Canal.----"Just after 8.45am, the car turned into Tirpitzufer, a wide, straight street with buildings on one side and a row of chestnut trees and the Landwehr canal on the other. The driver began to slow as they approached a long, five-storey, grey granite building that was situated a few hundred metres away ..."…

Berlin: the building that housed the High Command of the German Armed Forces in WW2. Abwehr headquarters were on the third floor. The water in front is the Landwehr Canal.----"Just after 8.45am, the car turned into Tirpitzufer, a wide, straight street with buildings on one side and a row of chestnut trees and the Landwehr canal on the other. The driver began to slow as they approached a long, five-storey, grey granite building that was situated a few hundred metres away ..."…

beelitz heilstätten - Google-Suche

beelitz heilstätten - Google-Suche

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