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Our Team Share Their World’s Best View: Part Two

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As part of our World’s Best View campaign, we want you to share your favourite views from around the globe. Wherever you’ve been, show us the place you love most in the world for your chance to win £75 of CEWE PHOTOBOOK vouchers. Head over to Instagram to share your snapshot and enter the competition, and good luck!

This week we’ve got Zhenya, Annie and Gina sharing their own favourite views to inspire you. We’d like to be in any of these lovely places right now!

Zhenya in Italy

“My view is from Pettorano Sul Gizio in the Abruzzo, Italy where we have family connections and often visit during the summer.

The best view of the village is at ‘Escher’s Belvedere’ – where the Dutch painter M. C. Escher would sit in the 1920s sketching the Valle Peligne. I’ve taken a fair few photographs of the view and even the approach from the valley floor which is almost as dramatic at certain times of day. I don’t doubt I’ll be back there soon as it’s a great place to take pictures or just admire the view. If you’re lucky enough you can see wild boar, porcupine, wolves and the critically endangered Marsican Brown Bear in the area which makes looking out at the view even more exciting.”

Gina in Denmark

“This is taken in the Trivoli Gardens in Copenhagen. These gardens are beautiful and right in the middle of a bustling capital city. It’s filled with beautiful buildings and art work and also a small theme park, so there’s something for everyone. You can see the age of the gardens throughout. The gardens themselves have been open once 1843 and the amusement park is the second oldest in the world.”

Annie in Devon

“We first visited Puttsborough in 2013. It has the most amazing expanse of glorious sands I have seen in the UK. Tucked away at the other end of Woolacombe Sands it couldn’t be more different. Beautifully quiet, sun soaked and yet sheltered by the cliffs around the headland. There are rock pools for paddling and wide open spaces for ball games, sandcastle building and general lazying around. The sea goes out a long way but the walk down to the shore is worth the effort. There are no other distractions other than which ice cream to choose from the lone beach hut café – perfect!”

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