Tuesday, September 14, 2010


Fürth in Southern Germany has first been mentioned in documents in 1007. At that time, the place belonged to Bamberg, the earl of Ansbach and the city of Nürnberg. Needless to say that when being governed by three different institutions, conflicts were unavoidable. I guess they were more than glad when they were finally considered a town on its own in 1808.


Kiel is a city located next to the Baltic Sea in Northern Germany.


Apparently, the casino is one of the most popular places in Wiesbaden, Germany. It sure looks nice.

Schwäbisch Hall

Schwäbisch Hall in Germany is known for its many buildings from the Middle Ages.


Hamburg is located in Northern Germany. My train passes through here every time I go to visit my parents.


A postcard from Leipzig in Germany.


The statue of Roland in Bremen, Germany.


A postcard from Fedderwardersiel, a lovely town in Northern Germany.


A postcard from German's capital, Berlin.


A postcard from Cochem in Germany. The castle is called "Reichsburg" and the fog is rising from the river Mosel next to it.


A very nice card from Duisburg in Germany, the city where I was born.