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August 02, 2014


Peter Garrison

Great tours by great guides in a great town on a great day. Very informative, to the point and easy walking. Take aways were that proud people built a charming town with elegant trees to make people have a sense of place which needs to be cherished and protected.


Wow! must of definitely been simplier times! I recognize two buildings that still exists today!

Only Ruling Party Ethics Matter?

Is a place historically significant and worthy of preservation only if The Ruling Party says so? http://vimeo.com/109966907

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