Category Archives: Europe

Industrial and Technological History in Lübeck

Lübeck was once the ‘Mother of the Hanseatic League’ and a merchandise center. In the last century it still had one of the biggest businesses in North Germany: the furnace plant in Herrenwyk, just a few kilometers outside the city-center … Continue reading

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A Moor Island – Maasholm

Maasholm is a peninsula east to Kappeln south of the border to Denmark. Once a little fishermen’s village today it is an exclusive center for vacation and a nature reserve. Initially we wanted to go last Sunday to Kappeln. I … Continue reading

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Again at the Castle of Schwerin

Wintertime rainy days. What to do? Let’s go to Schwerin and have a look again at the castle. It is always interesting and being with friends it is much more fun. This is no history lesson about the castle in … Continue reading

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Winter in Travemünde

Winter in Travemünde is cold, very often rainy but only sometimes ice-cold and snowy. Here are some photos that will give you an idea what a ‘real’ winter with ice-cold wind from the east would look like. Enjoy and keep … Continue reading

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Another Manor, Another Christmas market – Gut Pronstorf

The Manor Pronstorf is located not far from Bad Segeberg in Schleswig-Holstein. It offers during the Advent weekends a wonderful Christmas market with thousands of lights and a huge variety of handcraft stands. It’s an amazing place to visit. What … Continue reading

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