This time I’d like to introduce you to some well-known squares in Germany’s capital. All of them are known for […]
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Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate. This is the Café Quartier 206 in the basement of a building called Quartier 206 on […]
Five days in Berlin, Germany. Part 1: A cruise on the river Spree.
Berlin has changed. This is obvious not only to the inhabitants, but also to any random visitor who hasn’t been […]
These are the spires of Cologne Cathedral in Germany, which is one of the most famous Roman Catholic churches built […]
Fine arts Folkwang Museum in Essen, Germany.
Friends from the US are here on vacation, and we decided to go and see the Fine Arts Folkwang Museum […]
A big fat Coffee Machine that can follow you wherever you go, wouldn’t that be nice?
The label says ‘Kaffeerad’, which means Coffee Bike in German. Seen yesterday in front of the Poppelsdorf Castle in Bonn, […]
Frank O. Gehry Architecture in Düsseldorf, Germany.
When I started looking into Frank O. Gehry’s architecture, my first impression was that it’s like Friedensreich Hundertwasser without dazzling […]
Maria Laach Abbey and Lake Laach in the Eifel region, Germany.
The medieval Benedictine Abbey Maria Laach and the nearby Lake Laach in the Eifel region in Rhineland-Palatinate (Germany) are a […]
Monochrome Madness Week 6: A wedding in black and white.
This is the pic I submitted to photographer Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness Week 6. The link to her site and […]
Goethe and the city of Wetzlar (Hesse, Germany): The sorrows of young Werther.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 – 1832), the famous German poet, worked at the Reichskammergericht in Wetzlar as an intern […]