At the foot of the Alps in the area called Berchtesgadener Land


Mountain creek in Ramsau at an elevation of 670m


Fall in Ramsau


Forests at the foot of the Alps


Berchtesgadener Land is the southeasternmost area of Germany, right next to the Austrian border (which, since both countries are part of the Schengen agreement, is only marked by a sign)


The village of Ramsau bei Berchtesgaden


Autumn colours


One of the few remaining pieces of the Berlin Wall exhibited in public, (next to Potsdamer Platz) - this was the wall's western side


Classicist building in modern Berlin.


Potsdamer Platz with its huge propellerblade-roof.


Potsdamer Platz's blades.




Berlin in construction.






Berlin's Potsdamer Platz at night.




The glass dome of the German parliament, the Reichstag.


The mirrors of the Reichstag dome.




Rose garden, Alexanderplatz


Don't walk.




The huge stone sphere in this fountain is supported by the jet of water, and thus can rotate for a very long time after being set in motion.


Idyll, Donauwörth


The main street of picturesque Donauwörth.


Munich was heavily damaged in the second world war, and now most of the city consists of faceless modern buildings aligned in a grid layout


Englischer Garten, a large English-style park on an island on the Isar river


Kid, Englischer Garten


Traditional Bavarian hats during Oktoberfest


The Isar river from the power plant


Old pressure gauge.


A map of the local rivers




Garden office


Oktoberfest - each appearance the Sun made was greeted with loud cheers from the crowd




View from the top of the hill in Olympiapark, the transformed former site of the Munich olympics


Munich and the Alps


A typical Munich suburb


Beer bottle cap fountain in Munich.






A crashed T-Com phone in an underpass




Old couple on top of the hill in Olympiapark


Vintage BMW - car designers had a lot more imagination in those days


BMW wheel


Delicate facade in Neuburg.


Neuburg's exquisite architecture.


A tad too much ornamentation, perhaps...


The spectacular Danube Bicycle Trail (Donau-Radwanderweg) crosses a myriad fields.


On the road in Bavaria.


Bavaria's wheat fields.


Fortress in Passau, on the German-Austrian border.


Passau's stunning old town.


The winding streets of Passau.




The forests of Passau.


Regensburg's medieval bridge on the Danube.


Old street sign in Regensburg's Westendstrasse.


Regensburgian night.


Lake Chiemsee in Bavaria


A rather relaxing view of Chiemsee from a pier in Bernau


Church near the foot of the Alps


Traunstein district is located in the southeastern part of Bavaria


Infinite landscape


Painted house, Ulm.


Rust flower on Ulm Cathedral's gate.


The source of the Danube in Donaueschingen, situated in the picturesque Black Forest. The Danube is the longest river in Europe, flowing across cities like Vienna, Budapest and Bratislava.


Toward the sky in Frankfurt.


Peculiar dice-motif in an Ingolstadt church.


'It's only a model!'


Quiet night in Kelheim ('there's no accommodation in the whole town'-lethargy).


Paintings on a half-timbered house in a German village.


Sundial on the town hall of a small German village.

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