I live in the country and on the fields I discovered the heap with strange colors, it was probably caused by fertilizer, but it was beautiful and colors changed, I like going there especially with my Lomos.
Canadian Vimy Memorial During the First World War, my region, the Pas-de-Calais was the place of many battles. In Vimy (my city), on April 1917, a great offensive was launched by Canadian Corps, the battle was terrible and many soldiers were killed there, but the Canadian succeeded in taking the ridge of Vimy to the Germans.
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