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Seeg (Bayern, Allgäu): Pfarrkirche St. Ulrich

The northern Cape of the island Hiddensee :)
Beautiful!

But nothing compares to BAVARIA :banana:, the heaven on earth :)

Therefore, back to the south: the parish church of Seeg (Allgäu), St. Ulrich, 1710, frescoes and stucco work 1762 ff.
Architect: Johann Jakob Herkomer, who was born in Seeg (1652-1717).


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http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Seeg_Kirche_Blick_vom_Altar.jpg
 

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München (BAYERN): der Englische Garten

Get lost! :mad:
O.K.

Lost in paradise: Munich and the "Englische Garten", seen from the Monopteros.
Planned and created by Friedrich Ludwig von Sckell from 1789 until his death 1823, begun under the elector Karl Theodor, the Palatine Karl Theodor.
He inherited Bavaria 1777 and went from Mannheim to Munich.
Friedrich Ludwig von Sckell, his Schwetzingen garden architect accompanied him.


http://gschwarz.com/fotos/albums/userpics/10001/skyline.jpg

The Monopteros, 1831-36 by Leo von Klenze


http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Monopteros1.jpg

The Chinese Tower (1789/90) with its beer garden.
Now I'am really lost.:cheers:


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Schierke, Saxony-Anhalt

Situated within the Harz mountain range in the valley of the Bode River, at the rim of the Harz National Park, it is mainly a tourist resort, especially for hiking and all kinds of winter sport. Since 1898 Schierke station is served by the Harzer Schmalspurbahnen narrow gauge railway. (Wikipedia)




The cityhall of Schierke.


http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/eo/thumb/8/84/SchierkeRathaus.jpg/800px-SchierkeRathaus.jpg

The Pharmacy:


http://www.zum-wildbach.de/images/galerie/schierke_apotheke_750px.jpg


A small collection of the Brockenbahn, one of the few narrow gauge railways left in Europe. It connects Schierke with the mountain station at Brocken.


http://view.stern.de/de/original/13...ahn-Dampfzug-Schierke-Winterdampf-Technik.jpg


http://www.ozdoba.net/harz/fzg/bild/fzg_trad-zug_schierke_1.jpg


http://www.ozdoba.net/harz/bahnen/bild/bahnen_brckn_schierke_zuege.jpg


http://www.h-a-r-z.de/img/_brockenbahn_schierke.jpg

Brocken, the highest place in the Harz mountains in winter



 

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DER BAYERISCHE LÖWE

Werningerode, Saxony-Anhalt
Wernigerode is so beautiful that it ought to be a Bavarian town.

To situate it in Sachsen-Anhalt is certainly an error, isn't it?

PS:

I'm not Bavarian.

That's why I am so impartial.

For all fans of BAVARIA and foremost for miau (!), the one and only, the BAVARIAN LION, made of Nymphenburg porcelain, the prestigious alternative to garden gnomes.


http://www.nymphenburg.com/de/products/animals/bavarian-lions/02743-zoom.html

The real Bavarian is naturally royalist.


A plastic lion in front of a munich cafe, representing King Ludwig II. as lion, http://www.gloeckle-wirt.de/
 

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München (Bayern, was sonst?): DIE BAVARIA

Here the Bavarian National Monument: the BAVARIA in front of the "Ruhmeshalle" (hall of fame) of the Bavarian nation with her mighty, terrifying Bavarian lion, architect: Leo von Klenze; sculptor: Ludwig Schwanthaler, 1843-50.

The monument is 30 m high (the bronze statue alone 19 m, weight 87 t, not a lightweight but a Bavarian girl).


an old photography, ca. 1900 http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datei:München_Bavaria.jpg


http://www.microdrones.com/mc_kundengalerie.php


http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datei:Bavaria_statue_in_Munich.JPG
 
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