Friday, April 14, 2006

Friday, 14 April 2006

Today and during the Easter weekend I will take you for a little tour through Durbuy. Durbuy, you ask? What is so special about Durbuy?

Well, first and foremost it is the smallest city in the world. Durbuy was oficially recognized as a city in 1331 and is today a very touristic yet incredibly beautifully preserved city. Enjoy the visit.

As I am away for the Easter weekend, all this is happening thanks to Denton who will 'push the buttons' and take you on this trip through Durbuy. Enjoy!

7 comments:

Lorethian said...

(Rubs hands together with excitement) I cant wait to see Durbuy.....



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Anne said...

Agree with Lorethian! Would love to take a tour of Durbuy

Grant F said...

looks nice...looking forward to it

perle de rosée said...

Pont-sur-Sambre in the North of France is also a town and has only
about 2500 inhabitants. It's perhaps not the smallest, but one of the smallest town of the world, isn't it?
My husband lived in his youth in the greatest village of Europe. It was Dudweiler/Saarland and it had 25.OOO inhabitants. It was a village 10x greater as our town.
Now Dudweiler is no more village and no more town, but a part of Saarbrücken.

perle de rosée said...

But Durbuy is beautiful.

heidi said...

this building looks like it's growing hair. It's interesting. Will those vines turn green? My grandma had a house of brick and the vines grew up all around her house. It was neat.

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