Friday, February 1, 2008

Theme Day What your city is known for


Our city is known for being an independent community with beautiful homes on acre minimums. There is no industry in our town and our most recognized landmark is the Village Hall.

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42 comments:

  1. cet immeuble est vraiment d'une architecture très originale.
    This building is really a very original architecture

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  2. I've always wondered if the town hall is interesting on the inside? It does stand out in the area!

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  3. What an amazing building. I love your description of your town. Sounds so inviting.

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  4. That seems like a castle and yet it is the City Hall. Quite surprising to see a building like this on an almost rural/natural landscape.
    How is the inside?

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  5. That is certainly a very different city hall.

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  6. What a beautiful Hall... but then it as so much to compete with...

    Have a great weekend Neva, thank you for your continues support of my blog.

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  7. What a beautiful Hall... but then it as so much to compete with...

    Have a great weekend Neva, thank you for your continues support of my blog.

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  8. Is that your village hall?! Wow! Where you live sounds lovely.

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  9. what a GRAND village hall!! I hope it looks as good inside..

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  10. what a GRAND village hall!! I hope it looks as good inside..

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  11. Our area is very lovely indeed....there are about 6700 people that live in Inverness. It has no industry, nothing but houses, 2 cemeteries and lovely winding roads. The inside is very rustic and it is where some of the residents vote. It is an old building....I don't remember how old....I 'll have to check my facts....don't want to mislead anyone~.Thanks for stopping bye!

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  12. That is a very pretty and interesting building. And, I would love to have a one acre lot! :)

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  13. Very interesting and pretty area.

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  14. That building looks slightly bonkers (in a good way!) - I like it!

    Thanks for stopping by Glasgow DP today :)

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  15. This hall looks so extraordinary! I wonder why they were made as such! Good day!

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  16. Beautiful city you live in, and I love this building! Happy Theme Day!

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  17. very cool building and nice shot! Acre minimums huh? Nice lots!

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  18. Now THAT'S a village hall!! Wow! Great post.

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  19. that is so so so unique!

    it somehow reminds me of Rapunzel. hehe... so, does she lives there? ;-p


    Happy Theme Day!

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  20. that is a very unusual and cool building! nice choice for the theme!

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  21. I can see why people would think of the Village Hall, that's an unforgettable building - in a good way! I also love the idea of minimum one acre home lots.

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  22. Very neat looking. Someone likes to think outside the box.

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  23. Hi Neva, how are you doing? I hope all it's well.

    Inverness Village Hall is a very awkward structure. Don't think I've ever seen anything like that before.

    Take care. :)

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  24. Nice pick for theme day. I forgot all about it till now.

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  25. Cool building, Neva! It's very fairy-tale-ish!

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  26. I agree with Chris, it is slightly fairytaleish. What appear to be towers... are those silos? Very cool.

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  27. That looks like 4 rockets ready to take off. Your community has some unique buildings. I wonder what it looks like inside.

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  28. This is a village hall?! WOW, it looks like grain towers, then I thought it was a church...what are the towers used for? It certainly is an unusual building.

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  29. What a castle!!! My son loved it, I do think the towers are a bit too big....

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  30. I thought you were in Scotland !
    Very fine city indeed.

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  31. I am not sure what the towers are used for....most people refer to as "the castle"...or at least the people I know! The inside is very rustic....old wood floors....very quaint....and they have a meeting room which is where some of us vote. I will post a different view soon.

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  32. Very diferent architecture indeed :)

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  33. wow, that sure is a very unusual building. the 4 towers almost hide the central built form. many structures like this one in your area?
    - Mindless Mumbai

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  34. I didn't think to find a castle from the Middle-Age in USA! ;-)

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  35. Just outside the Middle-Age !

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  36. Like something from a fairy tale! Sounds like a lovely town.
    Thank you for your comments on Maple Ridge Daily Photo. Forvige myy lateness in viewing your selection.

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  37. That is an amazing hall Neva. And I did not realise how amazing your city is with its large plots and no industry.
    Btw - Sue and I also run the Port Elizabeth and Cape St Francis Daily Photo Blogs - there we go by the name of sam.

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