Category Archives: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

The House of Hanover in Great Britain – Hans Caspar von Bothmer and the English Queen

It has been years that I’ve wanted to see this little castle in Klütz in the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern region in north-east Germany. But it was under restoration and opened only recently. When last summer I have learned about the re-opening I … Continue reading

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Poppies in the Wind

Is there anything more beautiful than a bunch of field flowers? I really love them. Unfortunately nowadays it’s not easy anymore to find them as they grow only on poor grassland. Fields of any kind are overloaded with fertilizer and … Continue reading

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At the Stone Age Village – an Open Air Museum in Kussow

It happened on a day driving around that my friend and I saw the sign: Stone Age Village. I took immediately the left turn. I drove through woods and just when we thought we are completely wrong there it was: … Continue reading

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Inside of the Castle of Schwerin

Recently I was again in Schwerin, a wonderful old city in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and not too far from the Baltic Sea. Actually the main reason was a market for fabrics, a paradise for everyone who likes to create at home. But … Continue reading

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Floating Beauties – an Hour in a Butterfly Park in Klütz

Butterflies are one of the most beautiful insects. They are symbol for beauty, lightness and fugaciousness. I lately even painted my room with a huge dandelion flower of butterflies. It looks amazing! So a few days ago I was again … Continue reading

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