Germany

I have more than one Gallery of photos of Germany. Enjoy:

Berchtesgaden

Berchtesgaden is small town in far south east of Germany a few kilometers away from the Austrian border, It has breath taking lanscapes in its surrounding area and in depth Bavarian culture to offer. The town of Brechtesgaden itself has the Watzmann Mountain towering immediatly over it which stands 2713 meters only second to the zugspitze within the German borders. summiting Watsmann requires rockclimbing experience and is indeed a dangerous undertaking but reaching its camp 1  called Watsmann House at 2500 meter is not so hard. Berchtesgaden was Hitlers favourite destination for liesure. In the area lies the König see (kings Lake) that has pristine nature preserved and querky towns like Ramsau, Maria Gern and Bad reichenhall. This area is purely for climbers and trekkers, get up early and so to bed early, its like a ghost town after 8pm….

Garmisch Patenkirche

Garmisch-Partenkirche are two picturesque town side by side which host the highest points of the German Alps with breathtaking views and great trekking routs that leave one speechless. The Telecabins which lead upto the summit of the Zugspitze (the roof of Germany) are the same ones used in James Bond movie “Moon Raker”.

Halle

Halle is nice small town in the former Republic of East Germany.

It is also where my partner and Georg Friedrich Händel were born.

Oldenburger Land

Oldenburg is the town I live in now, these are photos of Oldenburg and the surrounding areas.

Potsdam

The name “Potsdam” originally seems to have been “Poztupimi” from a West Slavonic name meaning “beneath the oaks”, highlighting the area’s many grand oak trees.[2]

Potsdam has several claims to national and international notability. In Germany, it had the status Windsor has in Britain: it was the residence of the Prussian kings and German Kaisers, until 1918. Around the city there are a series of interconnected lakes and unique cultural landmarks, in particular the parks and palaces of Sanssouci, the largest World Heritage Site in Germany

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