Posts in Europe
Konstanz

I had the opportunity to see a little bit of Switzerland and one of the most southern parts of Germany this month. The first time in my life I saw the Bodensee (Lake Constance) and its town Konstanz, located directly at the swiss border. I had the chance to be interviewed for a job there and took out my tiny travel cam again and shot photos. Konstanz has one of the most beautiful old towns I ever saw in Europe.

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Limburg an der Lahn

In the middle of April I spent an afternoon in Limburg an der Lahn. The city is very small, it seems everyone knows everyone. A few historic streets have been preserved and I really liked this romantic old town. These are very small historic streets where in the evening the restaurants, taverns and bars are open, during the day many small shops and boutiques let the people rummage and the small places and houses that have been renovated and where you live instead of letting them expire , Scenic, the region around the city is just beautiful. You drive one hour from Wetzlar, my current place of work by train to Limburg. The route runs through meadows, fields, always along the river Lahn along the picturesque waterfront and you even pass some tunnels. The landscape with many valleys, valleys, hills fascinates me. The half-timbered houses in this region as well as the church buildings are often painted very colorful and there are other forms of decoration to recognize. Limburg is definitely worth an afternoon to explore ...

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Weilburg

On the Easter weekend I was in Weilburg for a few hours. The town is situated on a mountain surrounded by a steep rock face and water in a valley. On top of the mountain sits a great Renaissance and Baroque complex. It is completely preserved and inside the premises are to be visited with complete furniture. Especially recommended is a guided tour of the many wings of the castle, there are real treasures and an orangery with deceptively painted wall tiles and very beautiful Renaissance murals. The facility is located in the middle of the city very nice. Also recommended is the visit to the Mining Museum and City Museum opposite. They have many old first editions and in the Mining Museum, a great deceptively real tunnel has been created underground, which leaves one astonished.

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Usedom - Heringsdorf

Almost every year, I and my family travel to Usedom. We are mostly in Heringsdorf, a beautiful spa right on the water. I love the resort architecture there, the white elegant houses and the sense of history as you walk through the promenades and lanes. You can make beautiful trips to the surrounding villages and there is always something to see. We always go in the winter, then you have the spa almost to yourself and mostly only North Germans are traveling. The sea in the cold season has its charm in the north with us. Whatever goes with it as a little insider tip: The hidden Café Knatter am Achterwasser. This year we were once at Karls strawberry farm. ,

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Quedlinburg

I drove with my boyfriend to the small city of Quedlinburg. It is one of the most famous old towns in Germany with a center from the middle ages, surrounded by hills and still a lively city. I always dreamed about moving there, living in a small house in the old town, having a small photo store and shop in one of the houses. It is a dreamy city, inhabited by many artists, creatives and inspirational people.

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Denmark

During many years starting when I was a child I spent my summers in Denmark. We always use to rent vacation houses close to the sea with befriended families - close to the sea, small towns, being in nature and able to play in the dunes made my childhood a very happy one. Denmark is also the place where I started to first take photos. Here are some impressions of Nykobing, Langelland and other places. Denmark and its villages, countryside, people and towns are places I feel comfortable and familiar with. The sky is wide and high and the air is salty.

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