Monday, September 28, 2009

MyWorld Tuesday: Hannoversch Muenden

On tour with my parents, we left the Harz and on our way home visited Hannoversch Muenden, a town in Lower Saxony that lies at the point where the rivers Werra and Fulda join to form the Weser. In the picture, the Werra is on the left and the Fulda on the right.

there are lots of old timberframe houses in the town
I like how crooked that one is:

we took a tour on the Fulda
a natural weir

there's a hanging bridge built in the 19th century

and a stone bridge built in 1329



and we came home to a beautifully blooming cactus

and another colourful sundown

Show your world on MyWorld Tuesday!


Erin said...

looks magical in your captures...that bridge shot is beautiful.
have a lovely week.

Stine said...

Thank you for the tour! The architecture looks so different from most places here in Canada. I like the crooked house too...but it might not be as much fun to live in. ;-)

Postcards from Wildwood said...

The town square with the timber-framed houses is beautiful - and I love the crooked one! Also a beautiful silhouette against the sunrise. Lovely memories of your trip.

James said...

Wow, such a charming place. Your photos really captured the beauty.
I enjoyed this post very much.

Babooshka said...

Those lake views are magical.

J said...

Mmm Hansel and Gretel houses - pass me the gingerbread! ;) I love the sunrise shot too.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful countryside, and classic city - thanks for sharing your world.

Carver said...

Thanks for the tour. I loved all the shots but I think the crooked house is my favorite.

Jack and Joann said...

Oh, what great pics. Each one better than the last and they all bring back memories of living in Germany. Thank you for posting.

SandyCarlson said...

What time does to a building! These shots are gorgeous.

Tabib said...

Beautiful country.

Island Rambles Blog said...

Nice sequence of photos....very creative! I love all the houses. cheers.

Lawstude said...

these are amazing shots specially the sunrise shot. great job.

koala said...

That cracked house is precious indeed!

Frostbite and Sunburn said...

Hi - just found your blog today and wow, your second picture brings back memories. I did a school exchange to Hann Munden several years ago - OK, many many years ago. Thank you for your pictures. Still so pretty.