Post anyway anon. Its ok.
And we have a kind of small meat pie local specialty
>All these eurofags and their beautiful villages
>my town is ugly af
Here's mine, average as fuck
And Anon >>54006481 we live way too close from each other wew I've eaten those things several times >>54006524
>tfw so irrelevant there are not pics without watermark
>tfw you live in a suburb
>tfw you can't even find any birds eye view pics of it
how about antique urbanism
believe it or not, this town exists for almost 800 years now
Hometown of Napoleon and Alizée
>all those small town Euros ITT
>not living in a city that is named as a village but actually has 600,000 inhabitants
get on my level
Well the city itself is not beautiful, but the villages and the nature around are.
>There are no mountains near me right now
Just fucking end me
>people surrounded by beautiful nature complaining
You don't know the hell that is flat, urban Flanders. And in contrast to the Netherlands, there's no open spaces anywhere. At least our Northern neighbors were smart enough to plan out their urbanization and keep people contained to the cities. Here in Flanders there's almost no distinction between one town and the next, they all just flow into each other. It's a nightmare.
Just moved here from Canada/Maine
It's not bad, and it's nearby the Great Smoky Mountain National Park which is America's most visited national park and for good reason, it's god tier. Also, I am finding southern folk to be great for the most part, although they are often lazy and can't handle any snow.
No I'm still in the south, in Toulouse, 1 200 000 people m8 so how about that
Nothing much. It is nice to walk here because it was town that had more tree lines than streets in lenght (i think it was 4th in Europe).
still, seems like a nice city
we don't have as many as you in Western Germany
In Eastern Germany it's another story, but they were commie, that's just how they rolled back then
ebin meme xDDD
People used to say that you can't tell is it town in a forest or forest in town...
I counting the towns it swallowed too, just like every big city
Was considered one of the most depraved areas of the UK until recently lol
And the highest dune, which is also the highest point in the entire province. It's like 35 meters above sea level.
I hate this place it's shit
Nice. Reminds me of Käpylä, Helsinki
No, a shithole in central California. The ugliness of the city's architecture backed by a permanently smoggy sky is depressing.
Pretty sure this pic is already rather old (probably 10 years or so) and looks rather outdated, but I couldn't find a better pic elsewhere.
Let's just say that the Triple Crown of Hiking nearly became the Quadruple Crown of Hiking,
but they decided against it, because of all the deaths when hiking towards the top of Vlaggeduin.
God does not show partiality or favoritism (Deuteronomy 10:17; Acts 10:34; Romans 2:11; Ephesians 6:9), and neither should we. James 2:4 describes those who discriminate as “judges with evil thoughts.” Instead, we are to love our neighbors as ourselves (James 2:8).
I miss my hometown a lot, moving back to the UK later this year for Uni, going to live here and commute
>ebin meme xDDD
Augusta Treverorum reporting in, hail Caesar motherfuckers!
The city is full of Luxemburgers, but pretty decent overall
>absolute lowest point is 24/km2
kek, our national level is 21/km2 and we've got more uninhabited landmass than your entire country
Come live here, Belgbro
As long as you stay out of big cuck cities you're fine
You mean the big building on the left?
That's the cathedral
Pic related is our palace
Those are reliable sources, because they base on Soros own fucking article. That's what George Soros said IN HIS OWN ARTICLE you fucktard. Read them and this.
Only 11 000 people, however it's very touristic because of the medieval parts and the walls
Unfortunatly a lot of these big old trees had to be cut because when a strong wind blows it is dangerous, branches falls to the cars and people so some of these streets (like main street) will look nice in about 30 years.
Grown from around 5,000 people when I was a kid to 60,000 now.
They say that street in the center of this photo is the longest in the world. Don't know if that's true, but it's really long.
>tfw everyone hates on this place for not looking like every other dutch town ever
All our exchange students said it was the best place ever but trust me it gets boring after 12 years
Shithole full of people with redneck accent.
Well yeah me too. Most of the students were from Switzerland with a few from Belgium and France. They were always so shocked at how big our house was and how much meat we eat. Out of curiosity how often do you eat lamb Frenchbro?
Pretty much once every week when I'm with my family, otherwise alone I mostly eat chicken and beef as far as meat is concerned
But I have eaten lamb dozens of time with my parents
This Swiss students were always amazed whenever we ate roast lamb
Meh town with a pretty famous monastery in the middle.
Not that bad if you dont look it closely desu
google Cнимoк, i guess thats the town name
Took the pic in December, almost East European tier when it comes to sense of style.
Apart few exeptions, Finnish cities combine the worst of American suburban sprawl and commieblocks.
I was lucky enough to be born in Turku
Turku is one of the worst examples of Finnish """"urban""""" planning desu
>All these euros posting beautiful old world Medieval villages.
>Meanwhile the oldest building in your town was built in the 1970's and is populated by people who didn't finish highschool and spend their entire free time praying to jeebus and talking about jeebus.
Christ I hate this place.
Pretty comfy even though the name of the city literaly means "hole city" and it's filled with tourists
You know that feel when you Google your hometown and the first page is only photo's of that one thing?
Looks great mate.
This, in comparison, is near where I actually live.
>not living on the land inhabited by your ancestors for centuries
I couldn't find an aerial shot of where I live, all I could find was a picture of the badass playground I used to play on as a kid. This place was amazing
Like I don't know this
Outside of a few small towns that span the size of half a mile that are more like a respite in the sea of urban sprawl, there's few small towns that look good in the US
>bradford on avon
Used to go rowing there, great place. It's basically a less busy version of Bath.
Pic is my nearest town
hello least populated French department coming through, it's pretty empy by western Euro standarts
I can't find any good aerial shots of my hometown.
How could some people live somewhere so flat?
The pic don't show it but my town is uphill.
Besides, without a lake, I feel sick.
>hometown is only 50 years old and so tiny there are no skycam pictures of it
>you will never grow up in a European city of ~250,000
colonial architecture is pretty comfy
this is my hometown, Morelia in the state of Michoacan
>I can only imagine how moldy the interiors must be
all the mold has damaged their brains, why do you think they keep letting in sandniggers?
>entire European cities can be seen in 1 aerial shot
Why do you guys live so close together? Pic related is less than a tenth of my town which has a population of 50k
;_; such pretty
Here's my lil' hometown
Now I live in ugly town of Split
Also, that mountain in the background, yeah that's a death trap for Czech people