Fran(C)enigo

thetimguan:

Ecce.

thesochillnetwork:

I want you to draw me like one of your French girls

thesochillnetwork:

I want you to draw me like one of your French girls

fer-gr:

La verdad, a mi si me gustó la pintura. Más que nada por la intensión de ayudar de la señora. Una pena que no haya quedado como muchos hubiéramos querido. Pero lo intentó. 

fer-gr:

La verdad, a mi si me gustó la pintura. Más que nada por la intensión de ayudar de la señora. Una pena que no haya quedado como muchos hubiéramos querido. Pero lo intentó. 

masgil:

Shh no tears.
Only dreams now.
Source

masgil:

Shh no tears.

Only dreams now.

Source

rachelintransit:

Me gusta Malasaña, Me gustas tu.

rachelintransit:

Me gusta Malasaña, Me gustas tu.

Never hate your enemies. It affects your judgement.
Michael Corleone
silviastellato:

Think about a price!

silviastellato:

Think about a price!

childintheclouds:

El Padrino III, en Paramount. #padrino #tv (tomada con Instagram en Cubelles)

childintheclouds:

El Padrino III, en Paramount. #padrino #tv (tomada con Instagram en Cubelles)

The best padrino’s daughter

The best padrino’s daughter

chacur:

Coppola, 1972

simplyhaydz:

Let me walk you through the most relaxing city that we visited in Italy, Conegliano.

Conegliano is a town and commune of the Veneto region, Italy, in the province of Treviso. The population of the city is of around 36,000 people. The remains of a castle that was built in the 10th century remain…


Modiano, the major producer of Italian playing cards, offers this handy map of the various regions and their cards. At the very top of the map, in Northern Italy near the border with Austria, you can see a single region using a “Salzburger” deck. These use the German-style suits of hearts, bells, leaves, and acorns for (respectively) the hearts, diamonds, spades, and clubs of the Anglo-French deck. On the western side of Italy, you’re more likely to find cards based on the familiar Anglo-French suits.The Siciliane deck described in this post is shown on the eastern side of the island of Sicily.

Modiano, the major producer of Italian playing cards, offers this handy map of the various regions and their cards. At the very top of the map, in Northern Italy near the border with Austria, you can see a single region using a “Salzburger” deck. These use the German-style suits of hearts, bells, leaves, and acorns for (respectively) the hearts, diamonds, spades, and clubs of the Anglo-French deck. On the western side of Italy, you’re more likely to find cards based on the familiar Anglo-French suits.

The Siciliane deck described in this post is shown on the eastern side of the island of Sicily.

holycrapspackleitlives:

Sacile, Italy.

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