Once the pavement is ready, a large rectangular shaped low-to-the-ground fountain of essential design will be placed in the middle of the square which will then remain permanently closed for traffic (ain't I lucky!). The surrounding 14t to 17th century buildings will then be lit up by beams of light coming out of the new pavement and/or will be lit up by the old latern-lamps, typical of the historical centre of Arona. I only hope that the new fountain will not become a noisy throughout-the-night-shower in the heat of summer, but I know that I can't have it all...!
Wow, you are in for some big changes.
Nice (and smart) of you to encourage the freezing workers.
how fortuitous to find you are living on the edge of such wonderful changes.
Beautiful. So, it'll be noisy sometimes.
What interesting change! I am sure it is fascinating to watch. I love your 'encouragement' tools.
Oh Diederick, I think you already have it ALL in Arona. i am thinking I'd be willing to lay these tiles for wine! :HA
Maybe you don't have it all, Diederick, but you have most of it!
Diederick, you must show us the final product once they have finished with their work. Happy New Year to you and yours! :o)
Thank you, all of you!
I will show the final result of the square when ready.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
impressive work !
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