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  • Author: py.krywicki Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-01 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°38'17"N - 5°34'33"O
  • 2019-12 A10-856 Minilux_Tmax400-devtmax1+9_flx [ Liège 012
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Iwert drawing in my house
Iwert drawing in my house
  • Author: gerard michel Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-08-10 20:48:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°38'55"N - 5°34'55"O
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Laurent Fignon au départ de la 4ème étape du Tour de France 1989, Liège Wasquehal, Tour qu'il va perdre pour 8 secondes à l'avantage de Greg Lemond
Laurent Fignon au départ de la 4ème étape du Tour de France 1989, Liège Wasquehal, Tour qu'il va perdre pour 8 secondes à l'avantage de Greg Lemond
  • Author: claude lina Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-06-24 18:26:09
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°38'42"N - 5°34'28"O
  • Laurent Fignon, né le 12 août 1960 dans le 18e arrondissement de Paris et mort le 31 août 2010 dans le 13e arrondissement de cette même ville, est un cycliste français. Professionnel de 1982 à 1993, il remporte notamment deux Tours de France, en 1983 et 1984, le Tour d'Italie 1989, ainsi que les classiques la Flèche wallonne en 1986 et Milan-San Remo en 1988 et 1989. Il est aussi vainqueur des championnats de France sur route en 1984 et termine l'année 1989 à la première place du classement mondial FICP. Après plus de cinquante victoires chez les amateurs, Fignon devient professionnel en 1982 dans la formation Renault-Elf-Gitane de Bernard Hinault, dirigée par Cyrille Guimard. En 1983, après des débuts remarqués, il devient le leader de l'équipe lors du Tour de France afin de pallier l'absence d'Hinault. N'ayant pas encore vingt-trois ans, il remporte l'épreuve dès sa première participation. En 1984, cette fois opposé à Hinault, parti sous de nouvelles couleurs, Fignon porteur du maillot tricolore après sa victoire aux championnats de France domine le Tour de France, reléguant son ancien équipier, deuxième au classement général final, à plus de dix minutes. Après avoir perdu le Tour d'Italie 1984 face à l'Italien Francesco Moser, dans des circonstances controversées, il remporte l'édition en 1989, étant toujours le dernier Français vainqueur de cette épreuve. Il s'illustre également sur les classiques, remportant la Flèche wallonne en 1986 et Milan-San Remo à deux reprises successivement, en 1988 et 1989. Fignon est aussi surtout connu du grand public pour avoir perdu le Tour de France 1989 pour huit secondes face à l'Américain Greg LeMond, après un duel épique. Porteur du maillot jaune, il est battu lors de l'ultime étape de l'épreuve, un contre-la-montre individuel arrivant sur les Champs-Élysées. Sa fin de carrière est plus inconstante : il se fâche avec Cyrille Guimard, son directeur sportif depuis ses débuts professionnels et rejoint la formation italienne Gatorade-Chateau d'Ax. Il remporte sa dernière victoire d'importance, une étape à Mulhouse sur le Tour de France 1992 et met un terme à sa carrière en 1993. Après sa retraite sportive, Fignon devient organisateur de courses cyclistes, faisant l'acquisition pendant deux ans de Paris-Nice avant de le revendre à la société Amaury Sport Organisation. Il crée la course Paris-Corrèze en 2001 et ouvre un Centre Laurent-Fignon à Gerde dans les Hautes-Pyrénées afin d'y effectuer des stages cyclistes. Pendant dix-sept ans, Fignon endosse également le rôle de consultant pour la télévision et la radio, chez Eurosport et Europe 1 et commente le Tour de France sur France Télévisions de 2006 à 2010. En 2009, on lui diagnostique un cancer des voies digestives, mais Fignon continue ses activités dans les médias. Il meurt des suites de sa maladie, un peu plus d'un mois après avoir commenté le Tour de France 2010. Laurent Fignon, born August 12, 1960 in the 18th arrondissement of Paris and died August 31, 2010 in the 13th arrondissement of the same city, is a French cyclist. Professional from 1982 to 1993, he notably won two Tours de France, in 1983 and 1984, the Tour of Italy in 1989, as well as the classic Flèche Wallonne in 1986 and Milan-San Remo in 1988 and 1989. He was also winner of the French road championships in 1984 and ended the year 1989 in first place in the FICP world ranking. After more than fifty victories among amateurs, Fignon turned professional in 1982 in the Renault-Elf-Gitane group of Bernard Hinault, led by Cyrille Guimard. In 1983, after a remarkable debut, he became the leader of the team during the Tour de France in order to make up for Hinault's absence. Not yet twenty-three years old, he won the event on his first participation. In 1984, this time opposed to Hinault, who started off under new colors, Fignon, wearing the tricolor jersey after his victory at the French championships, dominated the Tour de France, relegating his former teammate, second in the final general classification, to more than ten minutes. After losing the Giro d'Italia 1984 to the Italian Francesco Moser, in controversial circumstances, he won the edition in 1989, still being the last French winner of this event. He also distinguished himself on the classics, winning the Flèche Wallonne in 1986 and Milan-San Remo on two successive occasions, in 1988 and 1989. Fignon is also best known to the general public for having lost the Tour de France 1989 by eight seconds against to the American Greg LeMond, after an epic duel. Wearing the yellow jersey, he was beaten during the final stage of the event, an individual time trial arriving on the Champs-Élysées. His end of career is more inconstant: he gets angry with Cyrille Guimard, his sports director since his professional beginnings and joins the Italian team Gatorade-Chateau d'Ax. He won his last major victory, a stage in Mulhouse on the Tour de France 1992 and put an end to his career in 1993. After his retirement from sports, Fignon became an organizer of cycling races, acquiring Paris-Nice for two years before selling it to Amaury Sport Organization. He created the Paris-Corrèze race in 2001 and opened a Laurent-Fignon Center in Gerde in the Hautes-Pyrénées in order to carry out cycling courses. For seventeen years, Fignon also took on the role of consultant for television and radio, at Eurosport and Europe 1 and commented on the Tour de France on France Télévisions from 2006 to 2010. In 2009, he was diagnosed with cancer of the digestive tract. , but Fignon continues his activities in the media. He died of his illness, just over a month after commenting on the 2010 Tour de France.
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Auburn Speedster Supercharged, place Cathédrale, Liège, Belgique
Auburn Speedster Supercharged, place Cathédrale, Liège, Belgique
  • Author: claude lina Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-11 16:24:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°38'25"N - 5°34'16"O
  • L’Auburn Speedster est une voiture produite par le constructeur américain Auburn entre 1935 et 1936. Cette voiture, malgré son prix bon marché, ne put sauver la marque de la faillite en 1936. La ligne de l’Auburn Speedster est inspirée des modèles des années 1920 et 1930 : la forme caractéristique de l’arrière en forme d’os de seiche (ou boattail en anglais) est une invention de Gordon Beuhrig, designer chez Duesenberg. La ligne générale de la voiture est très aérodynamique, un effet renforcé par le hayon derrière l’habitacle permettant de cacher la capote repliée. On notera aussi un petit compartiment latéral situé près des portières permettant de ranger des bagages relativement petits, comme un jeu de clubs de golf. Le long capot abritant le 8 cylindres en ligne est surmonté par une mascotte qui n’est pas sans rappeler le Spirit Of Ecstasy de Rolls-Royce. La principale innovation de l’Auburn Speedster réside dans sa transmission : en effet, le conducteur a le choix entre des rapports courts ou longs, par le biais d’un levier. Ceci additionné à la boîte conventionnelle à trois vitesses fait de l’Auburn Speedster la première voiture américaine dotée de 6 vitesses. Le moteur est un huit cylindres en ligne Lycoming 4,7 L à soupapes latérales doté d’un compresseur. L’alésage est de 77,8 mm, et la course est de 120,7 mm. L’ordre d’allumage est 1-6-2-5-8-3-7-4. Le rapport volumétrique de 6.2:1 permet d’atteindre une puissance de 150 ch à 4 000 tr/min. La consommation du moteur est de 22,7 L aux 100 km en moyenne. The Auburn Speedster was a car produced by the American manufacturer Auburn between 1935 and 1936. This car, despite its cheap price, could not save the brand from bankruptcy in 1936. The line of the Auburn Speedster is inspired by models from the 1920s and 1930s: the characteristic cuttlebone shape of the rear (or boattail in English) is an invention of Gordon Beuhrig, designer at Duesenberg. The overall shape of the car is very aerodynamic, an effect reinforced by the tailgate behind the passenger compartment allowing the folded top to be hidden. There is also a small side compartment located near the doors to store relatively small luggage, such as a set of golf clubs. The long bonnet housing the inline 8-cylinder is surmounted by a mascot reminiscent of Rolls-Royce's Spirit Of Ecstasy. The main innovation of the Auburn Speedster lies in its transmission: the driver can choose between short or long gears, using a lever. This, together with the conventional three-speed gearbox, makes the Auburn Speedster the first American car with 6-speed. The engine is a Lycoming 4.7L inline eight-cylinder, side-valve engine with supercharger. The bore is 77.8mm, and the stroke is 120.7mm. The firing order is 1-6-2-5-8-3-7-4. The compression ratio of 6.2: 1 achieves an output of 150 hp at 4,000 rpm. The engine consumes an average of 22.7 L per 100 km.
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"Distanciation", Cathédrale Saint-Paul de Liège, Belgique
  • Author: claude lina Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-11 16:30:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°38'24"N - 5°34'17"O
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the cream of the cream :)
the cream of the cream :)
  • Author: py.krywicki Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-05-06 14:02:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°38'17"N - 5°34'33"O
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in the water flow
in the water flow
  • Author: py.krywicki Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-05-06 17:00:24
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°38'17"N - 5°34'33"O
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Jeu de lumières, Cathédrale Saint-Paul, Liège, Belgique
Jeu de lumières, Cathédrale Saint-Paul, Liège, Belgique
  • Author: claude lina Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-11 16:34:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°38'24"N - 5°34'17"O
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Liège - Les Terrasses
Liège - Les Terrasses
  • Author: André Servaty Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-02 20:50:49
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°37'57"N - 5°34'13"O
  • Liège - Les Terrasses
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Liège - Les Terrasses
Liège - Les Terrasses
  • Author: André Servaty Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-02 20:50:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°37'57"N - 5°34'13"O
  • Liège - Les Terrasses
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Liège - Les Terrasses
Liège - Les Terrasses
  • Author: André Servaty Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-02 20:50:09
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°37'57"N - 5°34'13"O
  • Liège - Les Terrasses
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Liège - Les Terrasses
Liège - Les Terrasses
  • Author: André Servaty Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-02 20:49:43
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°37'57"N - 5°34'13"O
  • Liège - Les Terrasses
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Liège - Les Terrasses
Liège - Les Terrasses
  • Author: André Servaty Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-02 20:49:11
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°37'57"N - 5°34'13"O
  • Liège - Les Terrasses
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Liège - Les Terrasses
Liège - Les Terrasses
  • Author: André Servaty Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-02 20:46:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°37'57"N - 5°34'13"O
  • Liège - Les Terrasses
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Sous le Musée de la Boverie, parce de la Boverie, Liège, Belgique
Sous le Musée de la Boverie, parce de la Boverie, Liège, Belgique
  • Author: claude lina Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-06-04 09:40:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°37'50"N - 5°34'29"O
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