Da Cogolo di Pejo fino a Mostizzolo: 35 km di divertimento, con il Torrente Noce a rinfrescarci durante la performance atletica! 😊
Avete mai pedalato lungo la Pista Ciclabile della Val di Sole?
📷 presa dalla galleria @_val.di.sole_
Ci vediamo in sentiero...
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Summer ‘19 ☀️ What an amazing two months with so many great teens! I had the privilege of running Teleios @southernalbertabiblecamp again this summer. It was such a blessing to get to know all these great people, to be a part of their stories and to see them grow in leadership and their love for the Lord! God did so many amazing things at camp this summer and I am so thankful that I got to be a part of it! Stay recharged in Him friends 🌱
1. The Liberty Bell pre-dates the Revolution.The Pennsylvania Assembly had the Liberty Bell made in 1751 to mark the 50-year anniversary of William Penn's 1701 Charter of Privileges, which served as Pennsylvania's original Constitution.
2. What is written on the Bell? The following Bible verse is on the Bell: “Proclaim Liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof.” Also included is information about the Pennsylvania Assembly and the Bell’s maker.
3. No one knows today when the Bell was cracked. The crack is a big subject of debate among historians. One theory is the Bell got its first crack in 1752 when it was tested upon its arrival in Philadelphia.
4. The last big crack happened on Washington’s Birthday. The Liberty Bell cracked up, literally, in February 1846, when it was rung on President’s Day, celebrated on Washington’s birthday, and then stopped ringing because of damage from a major crack.
5. The Liberty Bell rang often during its functional lifetime. Between 1753 and 1846, the Bell tolled for many people and occasions. It rang to mark the signing of the Constitution, and the deaths of Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and Thomas Jefferson.