Looking out from the hotel opposite the quay, we enjoy an extremely picturesque view of the lively port of Dieppe with its sailing ships.
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Dieppe is a maritime and fishing port on the Alabaster Coast in the Seine-Maritime department in the Normandy region
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The annexed view of Antwerp is taken from the Tête de Flandre, a fortified post on the left bank of the river Schelde
The Grande Place, or principal market-place of Brussels, is situated in the centre of the city. It is enclosed by large and handsome buildings of various styles of architecture.
The Cingel is the innermost of four large and nearly parallel canals, which, following the crescent-shape boundary of the city of Amsterdam
The striped stockings and crooked stick are characteristic of the Incroyables. The trend toward simplicity resulted in a classic silhouette for women (Merveilleuses).
Select views of some of the principal cities of Europe by Robert Batty. London: Moon, Boys, and Graves, 1832.
The annexed scene of the Oude Haven, in Rotterdam, has been selected as an epitome of the general characteristics of Dutch cities.
Torero avant la course. Andalusia. Folklore Costume. 1842. Musée cosmopolite. (Musée de costumes)
Women’s fashion of classicism in France at the end of the 18th century. Modes of the Directory and the Consulate (1795-1804).