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Are those all hand painted? Amazing. Great photo!
So elaborate and beautiful with the greenery outside the window.
There's a nice little irony of a shot of the beautiful interior of a place whose name refers to looking out. But then maybe for Marie that was the point.
To live in such a place. Even if only for a day. That is amazing.
And quite a pretty peek.You wondered why a town wouyld be called Concrete---well check this out:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concrete,_WashingtonI am drawing a blank tonight--I may post nothing. MB
magnifique cet interieur, c'est beau de vivre dans une ville avec une aussi belle histoire
An interior so beautiful, like everything you have showed us of this building.
This is exactly how I imagined it would be like, simply gorgeous! :D
I always love chronologies, and I have always liked your portraits in the sidebar. I'd like to see them both higher on the page. As for the photo today, I also love these jewel box buildings. The green coming through the window adds a beautiful flavor.
C´est superbe!Bon mardi Ciel :)
Hey there---I did post after all. MB
As pretty as I imagined it would be.
Beautiful and delicate reflections in those windows.I like so much the lovely flowers and lines in the wall, very charming and elegant.Léia
superbe tu as un intérieur de toute beauté je ne comprends pas pourquoi tu n'y restes pas pour les vacances
Another dome. :)This is so lovely. I like all the painted details. I bet a lot of work went into those walls.
Elegant and elaborate!
Breathtaking! People just don't put that much detail into designing things these days.
This really is such a well-designed building... so much to see, yet not cluttered.
Ah! We are happy to see this!
I love this building! I own some 18th century porcelain tea cups used by Marie Antoinette in the Belvédère. Great photo. I think this building is going to be renovated soon.
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