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Is that a painting of the Amraser See in the film "Melancholia?"
The Watzmann: Not in Tirol, last time I looked
The "Albrecht Dürer View" in Mösern
Sacrifical burning site at Bergisel
Sacrificial burning site at Goldbichl
The Three Beten in Leutstetten, Bavaria
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The German word Frühjahr is, according to the online dictionaries, a synonym for Frühling, or “spring” (the season). However I sometimes have taken the word to mean “beginning of the year”, and so, with the proximity of the advent of … Continue reading
KZ 3 Apples
It was 80 years ago today that Hitler assumed power in Germany, and there are war documentaries all over the television airwaves. Actually one can almost always find a war documentary somewhere on tv, but they tend to cluster more … Continue reading
>Weekend Mountain Blogging: Wildblümchen
>I went out to look for an endangered flower called the Innsbrucker Küchenschellen, or Innsbruck Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla oenipontana,) for which there are areas set aside on the sunny slopes north of the town. This unusual flower only grows around … Continue reading
>Hofgarten im Winter
> The Innsbrucker Hofgarten is celebrating 600 years in existence. Established in 1410 by Duke Friedrich IV (“with the empty pockets”), it is an example of the English-style gardens that were copied by monarchs all over the continent (the English … Continue reading