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Old Apr 19, 2006, 3:51 PM   #21
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PJ, had not long got back from a hard day and although I looked at the pics, I must admit I only gave the responsive post a cursory glance.
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Syd, more to come in a few minutes...

Hope you're not too tired to view...

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Old Apr 19, 2006, 4:09 PM   #23
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I apologise in advance for the quality of these following photos... anyway hope they will be viewed in light of the prior posts on this thread, AND that it's after midnight here and I've got a language lesson tomorrow morning... but glad to share some quick photos about this beautiful place....

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#3 (so let's start numbering them now!)

Rupea (Kohalom) fortress in April spring sun
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Never too tired to admire other peoples pics.

Edit ~ as simple as that really. I just love looking at all the pics posted, it keeps me enthusiastic and inspired.
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Old Apr 19, 2006, 4:19 PM   #25
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OK Syd, I'll try to remember that.... (not sure what U might mean by it though...) :?



#4... at the fortress entrance (date 1621). (my friend who I was with is reading the entrance sign)


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#5 - inside the fortress, one of the "7 degrees of from vertical" structures...

(sorry about the lens flare...)



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Old Apr 19, 2006, 4:22 PM   #27
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#6 - at the 59metre well / cistern water thing (apparently the water was pure deep source, very good quality and important for the fortress)


and sorry abt the blown highlights e.g. in the grass, etc.


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Old Apr 19, 2006, 4:26 PM   #28
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#7 - south gate and ammunition storage area (small bunker building in background)


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#8 - courtyard area showing well (the low wooden covering structure) and walls, etc)


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#9 - this is me and the township of Rupea below the fortress (around the southern base of the hill)
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