A Word a Week Challenge: Arch

This week the dictionary fell on the word Arch. I would like to offer a selection of arches from around the world.

Sicily: A single stone arch against a flawless sky.

Sicily: A single stone arch against a flawless sky.

Jaipur: the Amber Fort.

Jaipur: the Amber Fort.

Rome: St Peter's.

Rome: St Peter’s.

London: St Pancras train station.

London: St Pancras train station.

Agra: the Red Fort.

Agra: the Red Fort.

La Paz: Museo Nacional de Arte.

La Paz: Museo Nacional de Arte.

Budapest: Fishermen's Bastion.

Budapest: Fishermen’s Bastion.

And finally, some arches at home. Sydney: the old General Post Office.

And finally, some arches at home. Sydney: the old General Post Office.

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2 thoughts on “A Word a Week Challenge: Arch

    • Elizabeth Krall says:

      Thanks Jude, that’s my favourite too. Apparently it was the ‘finance office’. What a place to work! The wall to the left is open and gives sweeping views down the hill to the lake and gardens, and up to the ridge of hills opposite.

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