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89 viewstraditional folk art
folk art
chinese folk art
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folk art gallery
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folk art center
peasants painting
traditional arts
peasant painting
chinese farmers painting
folk art painting
chinese calligraphy
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Biltmore Estate243 viewsThe most dramatic view of Biltmore House is en route from the house to the winery. Look for the small lake (Lagoon) on your left. There is a narrow unpaved road at the far end that crosses a small bridge and takes you around the lake for a stunning view of back of the Biltmore House. Add a blanket and a bottle of Biltmore Estate wine for an especially romantic outing.
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Oregon - Seattle Coast Hwy 101115 viewsThe neighboring cities of North Bend and Coos Bay are the coast's largest urban communities, with museums, shopping, theaters and an active cultural calendar. From either town, take a side trip west on the Cape Arago Hwy. that leads to Charleston, Shore Acres State Park And Historical Gardens and Cape Arago before rejoining Hwy. 101. Next is Bandon, a coastal center with art galleries, theaters and shopping. Nearby, walk through the West Coast Game Park Safari, or enjoy antique shops in Langlois.
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Flower Shop154 viewsPike Place Market is a public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, Washington, United States. The Market, which opened August 17, 1907, is the oldest continually-operated public farmer's market in the country. It is a place of business for many small farmers, craftspeople and merchants. It is also Seattle's most popular tourist destination.
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102 viewsEarly settlers in the Atlanta area were farmers and craftsmen from Virginia, the Carolinas and the mountains of North Georgia. They obtained their land by lottery disbursement and were, for the most part, deeply religious, hard-working, small landholders. They owned few slaves and lived in harmony with their Indian neighbors. They established churches and schools, traveled to Decatur for “store-bought” goods and marketed their cotton in Macon
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