Lens-Artist-PC-82-Literary-Capitals

 

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All in italics is from Google. 

No correspondence entered into if you disagree  😉

I may be so far off the mark this week

it will be embarrassing.

I had to ask Google and my photos reflect

information found thereupon.

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Amsterdam Railway Station,

The Netherlands

Amsterdam’s renown as a world book capital

has been present ever since the

Golden Age of the Dutch Republic

in the 17th century.

 

 

 

Which country has the greatest literature?

France

France is known internationally for Its

very rich culture, and literature

has shaped our lifestyle and culture

throughout centuries .

 

Finally, a surprise…end on a high note! 🙂

Edinburgh has been named as the

City of Literature.

One step behind Edinburgh is….

Melbourne, Victoria,

Australia.

Melbourne City of Literature is a

City of Literature located in Victoria, Australia,

as part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.

It was designated by UNESCO in 2008

as the second City of Literature,

after Edinburgh.

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:  Literary-Capitals

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:  Literary-Capitals

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:  Literary-Capitals

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:   Literary-Capitals

 

 

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