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Posted By:eibar

Old Comments:

2009-03-29 19:00:16
Good one, huh? One of Patito's best.
2009-03-29 10:55:11
"Giawana Pollonjaleg"? Aarrrggghhh! :)
2009-03-29 10:52:59
Okay . . . I see how this works now. :)
2009-03-27 07:44:35
Looks like the jig is up, boys...hand over yer shootin' arns like the lady sez..
2009-03-27 07:28:55
Pollonjaleg can now continue to pull legs somewhere else... Sometimes he succeeds, sometimes not. ;-) Thanks for the links, Loxodont!
2009-03-27 06:46:18
Sorry guys, but Anna is absolutely right! :) Have a look here "" and scroll down the page: you will see a picture of the same landscape, but from a different angle. Here "" a large size picture of La Roque-Gageac. (the second picture of the 11th row)
2009-03-25 12:31:03
Thanks, Poppy. I've been to Romania, but was mostly in villages in Transylvania and in and out of Bucharest. Next time I'll keep my eyes out for Pollonjaleg's work.
2009-03-25 12:28:43
I can't argue with you, but you're outnumbered by Patito and Poppy. :-)
2009-03-25 12:27:23
Thanks for the detailed explanation. It's beautiful, as you say, and I'm glad to learn the story of the architect responsible for it.
2009-03-25 01:24:53
Patito is absolutely correct, as always. But, then again, he ought to know since he lives in Texas. I have only seen pictures of this development; Cattleman's Daily had a feature on it. Pollonjaleg is very well known in Europe, and I have seen his work in France, Spain and Andorra. No doubt, there are numerous projects of his in Romania, but I have never been there...
2009-03-25 01:14:29
It's actually La Roque-Gageac, along the Dordogne river in France.
2009-03-25 00:53:42
This is a very up-scale housing development in the Texas Hill Country a few miles west of San Antonio, designed by the world-famous Romanian architect Giawana Pollonjaleg to resemble a French village. It's built along the banks of the beautiful clear waters of the Rio Solo Mio, and you can get a very good deal there these days since housing sales and prices have declined sharply in that market over the past couple of years.
2009-03-24 23:20:59
The landscape, and the way the homes blend with it, is gorgeous. Any idea where it is? Anyone?