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allthingseurope:

Würzburg, Germany (by blincom)

allthingseurope:

Würzburg, Germany (by blincom)

Posted 2 weeks ago

Source: flickr.com Reblogged from: themumblybee
4/5/14 — 6:00am Notes: 6910
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toonvmi:

Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany

toonvmi:

Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany

Posted 1 year ago

Source: kvsper Reblogged from: owlapin
11/29/12 — 6:40pm Notes: 2792
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did-you-kno:

Source

Posted 1 year ago

Reblogged from: did-you-kno
11/4/12 — 7:40pm Notes: 12390
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travelthisworld:

Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria, Germany

Posted 1 year ago

Source: travelthisworld Reblogged from: ffffleur
9/10/12 — 3:14pm Notes: 242
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For anyone feeling down right now.

petitmaple:

allamericanblogging:

hetaliafantasy:

spains-dick:

OMFG

I JUST DIED

 What is this Crack?! xDDDDD

((Shhh, it is three am stop giggling like a maniac))

Posted 2 years ago

Source: kaworul Reblogged from: calllipygian
1/27/12 — 12:35pm Notes: 262
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aph-headcanon:

“On Christmas 1914 during WWI, a ceasefire known as the Christmas Truce occurred between German and British soldiers on the Western Front.
On December 24 there was an unofficial ceasefire between German and British troops. The German soldiers started decorating their trenches, singing Christmas carols. The British started singing carols of their own, and the two sides started wishing the other a happy Christmas. They ventured onto no man’s land (the area between the trenches) and started exchanging small gifts like food, tobacco, and alcohol. Some soldiers started a football game, which men from both sides joined. The troops collected their dead and they held a joint burial service.
The Christmas Truce is seen as a brief moment of peace and humanity from one of the World’s most violent wars and every year (excluding the Christmases during WWII) England and Germany get together to play a game of football to commemorate the event.” — Anonymous

aph-headcanon:

“On Christmas 1914 during WWI, a ceasefire known as the Christmas Truce occurred between German and British soldiers on the Western Front.

On December 24 there was an unofficial ceasefire between German and British troops. The German soldiers started decorating their trenches, singing Christmas carols. The British started singing carols of their own, and the two sides started wishing the other a happy Christmas. They ventured onto no man’s land (the area between the trenches) and started exchanging small gifts like food, tobacco, and alcohol. Some soldiers started a football game, which men from both sides joined. The troops collected their dead and they held a joint burial service.

The Christmas Truce is seen as a brief moment of peace and humanity from one of the World’s most violent wars and every year (excluding the Christmases during WWII) England and Germany get together to play a game of football to commemorate the event.” — Anonymous

Posted 2 years ago

Reblogged from: aph-headcanon
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aph-headcanon:

— freakanature06

Posted 2 years ago

Reblogged from: aph-headcanon
10/5/11 — 11:00am Notes: 119
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