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Our Village – Winter Photos December 18, 2009

Filed under: Winter Landscape — LL @ 12:22 pm

Photographer: Ana Maria Iacoban (8th form)

 

7 Responses to “Our Village – Winter Photos”

  1. Gina Says:

    Lovely pittoresque photos! But… brrr…How cold it is!
    GINA

  2. Marie-France&kids Says:

    That’s my idea of a white Christmas. Lovely village, where is it exactly in Romania?
    Thanks for showing us such lovely white hilly landscapes. Merry Xmas to your kids and yourself.
    Marie-France

  3. Liliana Says:

    Thanks a lot, Gina and Marie!
    The village is in the north-eastern part of Romania, at about 40 km far from Suceava.
    Merry Xmas everybody!

    • Marie-France&kids Says:

      Thanks Liliana for locating your village.I wish one day I will be able to spend Xmas in Romania. I love your country and I visited it it in 1991, 1996 and 1998. Our friends over there are waiting for us either at Xmas or at Easter time.
      Marie-France

      • Liliana Says:

        Christmas is wonderful in Romania! Anyone who wants a white Christmas should come here. Next time when you are in Romania, please let me know. All the best!

  4. Marie-France&kids Says:

    I certainly will.
    Have a look at our blog on http://www.magiceuropeanshores.com and you will see how older students made a real effort to sing a Xmas Carol for us. Great, great, great!

  5. stbrendans Says:

    These photos are lovely and our pupils were very envious of all the snow all over Europe when they saw them. They are all wishing for a White Christmas here, but so far all we have is ice and frost, but as yet no snow in the south east of Ireland. We are still hoping …. A happy Christmas to all our teachers and pupils throughout Europe. Anyone going to the etwinning conference in Seville in Feb.?
    Tom


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