There are two Finnish artists, that are internationally mega-famous – the other one drew Moomins, the other one muscular gay men in uniforms. This post is about the latter one. 282 more words
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The main attraction in Alkmaar is usually the famous Cheese Market at Waagplein on Fridays. (https://www.facebook.com/fhenryl/posts/10208079333475598)
Another cheesy alternative is to visit Dutch Cheese Museum housed within the monumental Waaggebouw (translation: Weigh House) overlooking the famous Waagplein (translation: Weighing Square). 298 more words
So weird that this postcard hanger was placed in the middle of the corridor… well, it turned out that those were for free, but I couldn’t help but imagine that the artist is trying to make the people finally finish his masterpiece by bringing those cards to their places, writing some words to their families or friends, and sending them.
Richard Park was born in 1841 to his parents, William and Rosanna. William had married Rosanna Cook in 1838 at Bradford on Avon. Richard’s birth was recorded in the first quarter of the year so it’s a real shame that the 1841 census has not survived for we’d have known whereabouts he lived within Market Lavington at the time of his birth. 465 more words