HOW MUCH IS A 1964 SILVER QUARTER WORTH : SILVER EAGLE PROOF
How Much Is A 1964 Silver Quarter Worth
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Nestlé S.A. headquaters in Vevey.
I had a chance to go to Vevey today. It was amazing cold and windy. Of course if one goes to Vevey, it's out of question to not to visit the Nestle Headquaters! So here it is.
High Dynamic Range + Stitch Pano.
Vevey is a town in Switzerland in the canton Vaud, on the north shore of Lake Geneva, not far from Lausanne. It was historically known as Viviscus or Vibiscum. It was mentioned for the first time by the ancient Greek astronomer and philosopher Ptolemy, who gave it the name Ouikos.
It is the seat of the district of the same name. It is part of the French-speaking area of Switzerland.
It is bordered on the west by the River Veveyse and to the east by the River Oyonnaz.
Vevey is the site of the world headquarters of the food giant Nestle, founded here in 1867. Milk chocolate was invented in Vevey by Daniel Peter in 1857.
©Ayush Bhandari 2010
Life is a gift. Love, hate, happiness and sadness are the bonus on the way.
This photo was taken many moons ago when I liked to wear really short skirts when my legs had seen better days. Now I am middle-aged woman with chubby legs and one inch shorter. If there's long life ahead for me and I've got a lot to learn how to live in the right path.
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