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  • Happiness in everyday ✨
  • Happiness in everyday ✨
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  • #Magoito Beach, Sintra
  • #Magoito Beach, Sintra
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  • #Nature by the end of the day, Magoito Beach
  • #Nature by the end of the day, Magoito Beach
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  • #Magoito Beach, Sintra
  • #Magoito Beach, Sintra
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  • Found these ferns on road side and captured them in my lens 😎
  • Found these ferns on road side and captured them in my lens 😎
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  • Was traveling in Jammu (Patni top) and found these creatures moving here and there on this plant ....my lens mind instructed me to have their picture so here I am with it 😊
  • Was traveling in Jammu (Patni top) and found these creatures moving here and there on this plant ....my lens mind instructed me to have their picture so here I am with it 😊
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  • There are many things to do in London  but Camden has the Spotlight!😌 One of the most famous shopping areas in London, what’s often known as Camden Market, Camden Lock, or even Camden Lock Market is situated in the London Borough of Camden. Camden Market is not just one central location, but a series of markets in the borough. These include: Camden Lock, the Stables, Canal Market, Buck Street Market, Inverness Street Market, and the Electric Ballroom. 😇

1. It's not just one market 🤫
Camden Market started in 1974, making it a baby compared to the likes of Borough Market and Covent Garden. Set up in a run-down timber yard on the banks of the Regent's Canal, the market had just 16 traders, selling antiques, jewellery and arts and crafts.

2. Once a gin hub, always a gin hub🤓
In the 19th century, the area from Camden Lock to the Roundhouse was rife with gin distilleries and warehouses. A train loaded with gin left Camden each day, the bottles of the junipery booze destined for far-flung locations the globe over. 
3. London's mega-stables🐴
Those barges, of course, were originally pulled by horses.

4. There is no actual lock called Camden lock🗝
Camden Lock doesn't actually exist; the name refers to an area of the market next to three waterways with dual locks built in the 19th century as part of the Regent's Canal; Hampstead Lock, Hawley Lock and Kentish Town Lock.

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  • There are many things to do in London but Camden has the Spotlight!😌 One of the most famous shopping areas in London, what’s often known as Camden Market, Camden Lock, or even Camden Lock Market is situated in the London Borough of Camden. Camden Market is not just one central location, but a series of markets in the borough. These include: Camden Lock, the Stables, Canal Market, Buck Street Market, Inverness Street Market, and the Electric Ballroom. 😇

    1. It's not just one market 🤫
    Camden Market started in 1974, making it a baby compared to the likes of Borough Market and Covent Garden. Set up in a run-down timber yard on the banks of the Regent's Canal, the market had just 16 traders, selling antiques, jewellery and arts and crafts.

    2. Once a gin hub, always a gin hub🤓
    In the 19th century, the area from Camden Lock to the Roundhouse was rife with gin distilleries and warehouses. A train loaded with gin left Camden each day, the bottles of the junipery booze destined for far-flung locations the globe over.
    3. London's mega-stables🐴
    Those barges, of course, were originally pulled by horses.

    4. There is no actual lock called Camden lock🗝
    Camden Lock doesn't actually exist; the name refers to an area of the market next to three waterways with dual locks built in the 19th century as part of the Regent's Canal; Hampstead Lock, Hawley Lock and Kentish Town Lock.

    Canon DSLR EOS 4000D
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  • #Flowers near the sea, Magoito Beach
  • #Flowers near the sea, Magoito Beach
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