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The most common symbology is found in the urban landscape in Belgium. Old buildings such as churches or old infrastructures have symbology/ value to the common people. People consider the church tower or townhall as their own. where they won't feel that same connection with a valuable tree with historical and cultural symbology. There are a lot more elements in the landscape with much more historically grown symbology, however most of the people don't know this symbology. Therefore I haven't chosen these elements, such as memorial trees/ Liberation trees , bunkers, monuments, Landscape relicts.

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current09:25, 10 April 2017Thumbnail for version as of 09:25, 10 April 20173,508 × 2,480 (1.52 MB)Nielsdec. (talk | contribs)The most common symbology is found in the urban landscape in Belgium. Old buildings such as churches or old infrastructures have symbology/ value to the common people. People consider the church tower or townhall as their own. where they won't feel th...
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