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グラン・プレの景観(Landscape of Grand Pré)

Le Temple musée du Donon
Lake Titicaca at 3,812 meters (12,507 ft) above sea level, Bolivia.
IMG_5066 Paul-Emile Chabas 1869-1937  Paris Portrait de Mme Claire Pavillon. 1900 Nantes Musée d'Arts
Lake Titicaca at 3,812 meters (12,507 ft) above sea level, Bolivia.
IMG_4473 Christen Dalsgaard 1824-1907. Copenhague Farmhouse room near Store Heddinge Chambre de ferme près du magasin Heddinge 1847 Copenhague Collection Hirschsprung
IMG_6726 Julius Hintz. 1805-1862. Paris.  Vue de la ville et du port de Sète.    View of the city and the port of Sète.1849.   75x112 Sète Musée Paul Valéry. (Dépôt du Musée Fabre Montpellier)
IMG_9244 Antoine Chintreuil 1814-1873  Le bouleau blanc  White birch Brou Musée du Monastère Royal.
IMG_5248 Egon Schiele 1890-1918  Wien Landscape with Ravens  Paysage avec corbeaux   1911 Wien Leopold Museum
IMG_8117 Nicolas Berchem  1620-1683 Amsterdam Chemin surplombant une rivière  Path overlooking a river  1683 Nice Musée des Beaux Arts
IMG_1533E Jan Brueghel I 1568-1625 Anvers Route de village avec bétail et charettes Village road with cattle and wagon C 1611 Zürich Kunsthaus Huile sur cuivre
IMG_9562X Le Lorrain. (Claude Gellée) 1600-1682. Rome.   Seaport with the Embarcation of Saint Ursula. 1641.   Londres. National Gallery.
IMG_4199A Anton  Melbye  1818-1875 Copenhague Hambourg... Paris Oriental sailing ship up against the wind  Voilier  oriental contre le vent1865 Copenhague Collection Hirschsprung
IMG_2683 Alexandre Cabanel. 1823-1889. Paris.  La Veuve du maitre de chapelle.  The Widow of the chapel master. 1859 Paris Petit Palais (Musée des Beaux Arts de la Ville de Paris)
IMG_9169 Meindert Hobbema. 1638-1709. Amsterdam.   Les moulins à eau à Singraven près de Denekamp. The Watermills at Singraven near Denekamp.  vers 1665.      Londres. National Gallery.
IMG_9174D Meindert Hobbema. 1638-1709. Amsterdam.   Les moulins à eau à Singraven près de Denekamp. The Watermills at Singraven near Denekamp.  vers 1665.      Londres. National Gallery.
IMG_0953 Jean Baptiste Camille Corot. 1796-1875. Paris.  Paysage des rives du Lac de Garde.  Landscape of the shores of Lake Garda.1835.  Munich Neue Pinakothek.
IMG_4719 Jean-Victor Bertin. 1765-1842. Paris Paysage,  environs de Ronciglione.  Landscape, surroundings of Ronciglione 1808 Nantes Musée d'Arts. Le professeur de Corot. Corot's teacher.
IMG_9174B Meindert Hobbema. 1638-1709. Amsterdam.   Les moulins à eau à Singraven près de Denekamp. The Watermills at Singraven near Denekamp.  vers 1665.      Londres. National Gallery.
IMG_0954C Jean Baptiste Camille Corot. 1796-1875. Paris.  La campagne près de Rome.    The countryside near Rome 1826.  Munich Neue Pinakothek.
IMG_9171 Meindert Hobbema. 1638-1709. Amsterdam.   Les moulins à eau à Singraven près de Denekamp. The Watermills at Singraven near Denekamp.  vers 1665.      Londres. National Gallery.
IMG_1044 Gerard Dou 1613-1675 Leiden  Der Geograph. The geographer Schwerin.Staatliches Museum

国名:ca Canada

登録年:2012年

登録基準:(v),(vi)
Situated in the southern Minas Basin of Nova Scotia, the Grand Pr&eacute; marshland and archaeological sites constitute a cultural landscape bearing testimony to the development of agricultural farmland using dykes and the <em>aboiteau </em>wooden sluice system, started by the Acadians in the 17th century and further developed and maintained by the Planters and present-day inhabitants. Over 1,300&nbsp;ha, the cultural landscape encompasses a large expanse of polder farmland and archaeological elements of the towns of Grand Pr&eacute; and Hortonville, which were built by the Acadians and their successors. The landscape is an exceptional example of the adaptation of the first European settlers to the conditions of the North American Atlantic coast. The site &ndash; marked by one of the most extreme tidal ranges in the world, averaging 11.6&nbsp;m &ndash; is also inscribed as a memorial to Acadian way of life and deportation, which started in 1755, known as the <em>Grand D&eacute;rangement.</em>

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