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By: Ezreen Muhaizie Marzukhi

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Wednesday, 30-Jul-2008 09:58 Email | Share | | Bookmark
An Evening in Weilersbach

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Titisee and Freiburg

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This weirdo pencil shaped booths' picture I took in Titisee. I think these one were better than the one in London

This is the Titisee lake. It is surrounded by beautiful hills and this lake itself lied 840 m above the see level which is very cold when it comes to winter. I don't have enough time to snap more pictures from different angles as the time was very limited but I hope u will enjoy this picture. Schönen Tag noch!

Unfortunately, my trip to Freiburg was not so cool because it was starting to rain when I arrived. So there are not so much pictures that I could have taken in this town. Quite an interesting town especially the old town. But with no lighting from the sun couldn't help me so much to snap all the colourful building around here. But somehow during my way back home, I snap this changing phase of that 'mandom' day. The sun came out finally and brought back the beautiful sky with it. So aufwiedersehen to the cloudy dark weather.

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Thursday, 22-May-2008 16:58 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Pireaus:Port of Athens


Piraeus (Modern Greek: Πειραιάς, Peiraiás, Ancient Greek / Katharevousa: Πειραιεύς, Peiraieús) is a city in the periphery of Attica, Greece, and a suburb located 9 km to the south-west of the center of Athens. It is the capital of the Piraeus Prefecture and belongs to the Athens urban area, being the second most populous municipality of the Greek capital, following the Athens municipality. It was the port of the ancient city of Athens and was chosen to serve as the modern port when the city re-emerged in 1834. Piraeus is the largest port in Europe and the third largest in the world in terms of passenger transportation, servicing 19,000,000 passengers annually. The Piraeus station is the terminus of Line 1 (the "green line"), the electric train service now incorporated into the Athens Metro. The uninhabited island of Psyttaleia is also within municipal limits.

The population of the municipality of Piraeus is 175,697 (2001). The prefecture of Piraeus, which includes the surrounding land and some of the islands of the Saronic Gulf, has a population of 541,504 (2001).
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Athens 2008

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