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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 MS Utting
The Ammersee in southern Bavaria has summer passenger boat service provided by two paddle steamers, the Dießen and the Herrsching, the smaller motor-powered MS Augsburg and, until recently, the MS Utting. Because we have connections to Utting, I was always … Continue reading
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“gen de Kloas’n” / Klais*
Teachers told us The Romans built this place They built a wall and a temple on the edge of the Empire garrison town They lived and they died They prayed to their gods But the stone gods did not make … Continue reading
Posted in archaeology, Germany, history, Mountains, nature, tech, travel 5 Comments