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Have a beautiful sunny da

Have a beautiful sunny day outside everyone! : @ninebarrotterdam Want to explore all the hidden gems and just cool places in Rotterdam? Check our @hotterdan guide in our app! Link in the bio . . We believe we all know something, and together we know everything. So why not guide each other along the route? On our travel guidebook platform @favoroute we gather the knowledge of 150+ local writers, bringing you easy-to-use, curated digital travel guidebooks available as a mobile app! Get the app and explore your favorite route! . . . #travel #traveling #digitalnomads #beautiful #nice #vacation #mustsee #instagood #instatravel #cool #instacool #amazing #awesome #best #great #travelguide #travelling #travellove #travelgram #rotterdam #rotterdamcity #reisgids #reizen #thenetherlands #nederland

Sorry for the all scenery

Sorry for the all scenery spam but good god this place is impressive!! Introducing the Avatar Inspired "Hallelujah Mountains" Its honestly up there with one of the best things we have done/seen this year! Just breathtaking...you just have to see it with your own eyes! I'm hoping to put up a blog post soon all about our trip here. It was quite complicated to plan so hopefully it will make things easier for anyone planning on visiting here. And anyone who is'nt, Im almost sure it will convince you to put it on your bucket list! . . . . #china #explorechina #discoverchina #zhangjiajie #iamtb #zhangjiajienationalpark #hallelujahmountains #avatar #travelstories #travel #backpacking #backpackers #travelgram #travelphotography #travelblog #traveltheworld #asia_vacations #beautifuldestinations #passionpassport #backpackerstory #travelblogger #irishblogger #Thewanderwoman #vsco

Originally part of the sh

Originally part of the shipping route from the Atlantic Ocean to Lake Superior, the Sault Ste Marie Canal National Historic Site was actually shut down indefinitely due to a crack in the wall in 1897. A new lock was built within the old one and since 1998 has been used recreationally - and I got to see it with my own eyes! @tourismsaultstemarie #NaturallyGifted @attractionsont #AttractionsON #IveBeenBitTravel . . . . . #ParksCanada #NorthernOntario #DiscoverON #ExploreCanada #YoursToDiscover #GetOutAndExplore #StayCurious #RoamToCreate #TravelON #Wonderlust #FemaleTravelBloggers #ExploreToCreate #travelgram #DameTraveler #NatureAddict #travel #travelpics #FrommersTravel #TravelNow #TravelAndLife #DoYouTravel #TravelCapture #NeverStopExploring #RoamersWorld #TravelLushes #LiveUnscripted #ExploreMag

Y as fue que todo se llen

Y as fue que todo se llen de color. Azafrn, amapola, ndigo, menta, antimonio. Con un dedo pintamos los labios de rojo. Si llova, salamos a saltar en los charcos. Y as fue, que en un abrir y cerrar de libro, empezamos una cuenta atrs. #tinte #tint #dye #colorante # (recuerdos del pequeo cuaderno de bitcora...) #undiacolordemelocoton #Chouwara #medina #fez #marruecos #morocco #moments #marruecoscontusojos #fes #curtidura #zocodeloscurtidores #viajar #viatjar #travel #viaggio #viagem #viajarcontigo #arountheworld #love_travel #travel_love #travelphotography #travelgram #verano2017 #summer2017 #cuentaatrs (241) No puedo dormir...

Recipe for the perfect pi

Recipe for the perfect picture: 1/3 rd blue sky 2-3 fluffy 1/2 a stroke of light 1 patch of greenery 8 colorful fisherman houses 1 little stream or waterfall 1 color coordinated outfit Secret ingredient: best hair day& a super patient photographer (in this case: the husband) . . . #saarburg #littlevenice #germany #travel #traveling #travelblog #travelblogger #travelgram #travelgirl #travelphotography #travelandlife #travelpics #travelpic #travelling #travelgoals #travelmore #fashion #fashionblog #fashiongram #fashionandlifestyle #fashionblogger #poser #potd #lotd #zolaeurotravel #wanderlust #wanderingwardrobes

An extract on #travelgram

In most languages that use the Latin alphabet, a denotes an open unrounded vowel, such as /a/, //, or //. An exception is Saanich, in which a (and the glyph ) stands for a close-mid front unrounded vowel /e/.

Before Mississippi's admission to statehood on December 10, 1817, the more sparsely settled eastern half of the territory was separated and named the Alabama Territory. The United States Congress created the Alabama Territory on March 3, 1817. St. Stephens, now abandoned, served as the territorial capital from 1817 to 1819. Alabama was admitted as the 22nd state on December 14, 1819 with Congress selecting Huntsville as the site for the first Constitutional Convention. From July 5 to August 2, 1819, delegates met to prepare the new state constitution. Huntsville served as temporary capital from 1819 to 1820, when the seat of government moved to Cahaba in Dallas County. Cahaba, now a ghost town, was the first permanent state capital from 1820 to 1825. Alabama Fever was underway when the state was admitted to the Union, with settlers and land speculators pouring into the state to take advantage of fertile land suitable for cotton cultivation. Part of the frontier in the 1820s and 1830s, its constitution provided for universal suffrage for white men. Southeastern planters and traders from the Upper South brought slaves with them as the cotton plantations in Alabama expanded. The economy of the central Black Belt (named for its dark, productive soil) was built around large cotton plantations whose owners' wealth grew mainly from slave labor. The area also drew many poor, disfranchised people who became subsistence farmers. Alabama had an estimated population of under 10,000 people in 1810, but it increased to more than 300,000 people by 1830. Most Native American tribes were completely removed from the state within a few years of the passage of the Indian Removal Act by Congress in 1830. From 1826 to 1846, Tuscaloosa served as Alabama's capital. On January 30, 1846, the Alabama legislature announced it had voted to move the capital city from Tuscaloosa to Montgomery. The first legislative session in the new capital met in December 1847. A new capitol building was erected under the direction of Stephen Decatur Button of Philadelphia. The first structure burned down in 1849, but was rebuilt on the same site in 1851. This second capitol building in Montgomery remains to the present day. It was designed by Barachias Holt of Exeter, Maine. By 1860, the population had increased to 964,201 people, of which nearly half, 435,080, were enslaved African Americans, and 2,690 were free people of color. On January 11, 1861, Alabama declared its secession from the Union. After remaining an independent republic for a few days, it joined the Confederate States of America. The Confederacy's capital was initially at Montgomery. Alabama was heavily involved in the American Civil War. Although comparatively few battles were fought in the state, Alabama contributed about 120,000 soldiers to the war effort. A company of cavalry soldiers from Huntsville, Alabama joined Nathan Bedford Forrest's battalion in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. The company wore new uniforms with yellow trim on the sleeves, collar and coat tails. This led to them being greeted with "Yellowhammer", and the name later was applied to all Alabama troops in the Confederate Army. Alabama's slaves were freed by the 13th Amendment in 1865. Alabama was under military rule from the end of the war in May 1865 until its official restoration to the Union in 1868. From 1867 to 1874, with most white citizens barred temporarily from voting and freedmen enfranchised, many African Americans emerged as political leaders in the state. Alabama was represented in Congress during this period by three African-American congressmen: Jeremiah Haralson, Benjamin S. Turner, and James T. Rapier. Following the war, the state remained chiefly agricultural, with an economy tied to cotton. During Reconstruction, state legislators ratified a new state constitution in 1868 that created the state's first public school system and expanded women's rights. Legislators funded numerous public road and railroad projects, although these were plagued with allegations of fraud and misappropriation. Organized insurgent, resistance groups tried to suppress the freedmen and Republicans. Besides the short-lived original Ku Klux Klan, these included the Pale Faces, Knights of the White Camellia, Red Shirts, and the White League. Reconstruction in Alabama ended in 1874, when the Democrats regained control of the legislature and governor's office through an election dominated by fraud and violence. They wrote another constitution in 1875, and the legislature passed the Blaine Amendment, prohibiting public money from being used to finance religious-affiliated schools. The same year, legislation was approved that called for racially segregated schools. Railroad passenger cars were segregated in 1891. After disfranchising most African Americans and many poor whites in the 1901 constitution, the Alabama legislature passed more Jim Crow laws at the beginning of the 20th century to impose segregation in everyday life.

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