CIA World Factbook Photos, 14: Switzerland, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Belgium
Posted by Laurie Frost on April 1, 2010
Here are some more public domain images from the CIA World Factbook:
The Matterhorn, one of the highest peaks in the Alps [4,478 m (14,688 ft)], and the rooftops of Zermatt.
June on Mount Wetterhorn (3,692 m; 12,110 ft), near Grindelwald.
The Porta Nigra (Black Gate) in Trier. Founded c. 16 BC and once the capital of the Roman province of Gallia Belgica, Trier is the oldest city in Germany.
Dresden, the capital city of Saxony.
Oberrathen and the Elbe River.
Neuschwanstein Castle, one of three royal palaces built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria.
St. John’s Church and terraced vegetable gardens in the Grund District.
Molen van Sloten (the Sloten Windmill), near Amsterdam.
Fields of tulips and the floating Tulip Museum in Amsterdam.
Antwerp’s Stadhuis (City Hall) dates from the mid sixteenth century.
Brussels City Hall
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