Day 250 Rustic Faith

One of the fun things about Europe is how old things can be.  Buildings, streets, fountains, and river paths often date back several centuries.  It is amazing to me that after so many years, years of weathering, use, and sometimes abuse, these buildings are still standing and still telling their stories.

Until next time,

Jenna x

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5 thoughts on “Day 250 Rustic Faith

  1. It always amazes me too how old some things are in other parts of the world. In the western US you have to look really hard to find something that is more than 100 years old.

    • Yes I know. I am originally from Reno, NV and the oldest thing I had ever seen there it the Oldest Bar in Nevada in Genoa, NV. Moving to Oxford was like using a time machine and then to travel and see all of the history that has been preserved is such a treat! 🙂

  2. Yes, I love how much history is in Europe! There’s something really majestic about the old buildings still standing….

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