Alycia Garza

my life in pictures

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supalove:

thinksquad:

This girl was crying and begging the policeman not to hit her or any of her friends. Then the policeman started crying as well and he said to her: “You just hold on girl.”
The photo comes from protests happening in Bulgaria right now. Students are protesting poverty and corruption in Bulgaria’s Socialist-backed government, chaining themselves to the doors of Sofia University and clashing with police outside of parliament.

supalove:

thinksquad:

This girl was crying and begging the policeman not to hit her or any of her friends. Then the policeman started crying as well and he said to her: “You just hold on girl.”

The photo comes from protests happening in Bulgaria right now. Students are protesting poverty and corruption in Bulgaria’s Socialist-backed government, chaining themselves to the doors of Sofia University and clashing with police outside of parliament.

(via expends)

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willkommen-in-germany:

Die Burg Eltz is a medieval castle located in a rural, wooded dell not far from the river Mosel between Koblenz and Trier in Rheinland-Pfalz. A great way to reach the castle is by walking for 45 minutes through a dark green pine-forest. Suddenly, seemingly out of nowhere, you turn a corner and the castle appears in front of you, making it quite magical. It’s still owned by the same family that lived there in the 12th century, 33 generations ago. The Rübenach and Rodendorf families’ homes in the castle are open to the public, while the Kempenich branch uses the other third. Entrance Fee for Guided Tour & Treasury: € 9.00.
Official site: http://www.burg-eltz.de/en.html

willkommen-in-germany:

Die Burg Eltz is a medieval castle located in a rural, wooded dell not far from the river Mosel between Koblenz and Trier in Rheinland-Pfalz. A great way to reach the castle is by walking for 45 minutes through a dark green pine-forest. Suddenly, seemingly out of nowhere, you turn a corner and the castle appears in front of you, making it quite magical. It’s still owned by the same family that lived there in the 12th century, 33 generations ago. The Rübenach and Rodendorf families’ homes in the castle are open to the public, while the Kempenich branch uses the other third. Entrance Fee for Guided Tour & Treasury: € 9.00.

Official site: http://www.burg-eltz.de/en.html

(Source: Flickr / graveyard, via pursuingg-fit)