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Drommedaris anno 1540, an icon for Enkhuizen
Netherlands, Enkhuizen, May 2007
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Sep 08 2007 17:22 GMT shuong
Very unique building. Nice capture angle.
Sep 08 2007 17:34 GMT iyerhari
lovely shot....
Sep 08 2007 17:50 GMT Vasca
I can see is unique!! I like the forms!!
Sep 08 2007 18:30 GMT marijke06
Enkhuizen has a wonderful tower!
Sep 08 2007 23:58 GMT Pietje
Beautiful picture....
Sep 09 2007 00:26 GMT Jakeobean
Senna..the architecture of this building is quite unique.....was there a purpose for this shape or just an architects idea......great and interesting photograph......
Sep 10 2007 04:36 GMT Studio88
Unique Building - Great Composition!!!
Sep 10 2007 06:12 GMT senna3
Thank you Shuong.
Sep 10 2007 06:15 GMT senna3
Thank you Iyer.
Sep 10 2007 09:25 GMT senna3
Thank you Piet.
Sep 10 2007 09:40 GMT senna3
Jake, originally it was built as town gate and defense tower. I could not find information why this special shape was chose. Its shape reminded people of a dromedary and therefore it has always be known as the "Drommedaris".
Sep 11 2007 13:11 GMT william22
Beautifully maintained old building with unique architecture.
Sep 14 2007 16:36 GMT ducati999
very nice shot
Sep 15 2007 09:03 GMT aquascience
Lovely find,fantastic building and lovely composed shot.Have a nice weekend my friend.
Sep 15 2007 09:06 GMT soldier
Amazing old building... stunning shot!
Sep 17 2007 17:50 GMT abojovna PRO
WoW!What interesting architecture! Nice art photo dear senna!
Sep 17 2007 20:36 GMT alina13
This is great!!
Sep 17 2007 21:59 GMT kella
stunning
Sep 18 2007 05:33 GMT senna3
Thank you for your nice comments Kella.
Sep 18 2007 05:39 GMT senna3
Thank you Alina.
Sep 18 2007 11:30 GMT senna3
Thank you Soldier.
Sep 18 2007 12:05 GMT jceca PRO
quite interesting shape, indeed .....

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