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Friday, June 26, 2015

Old town Regensburg, Germany

I have to warn you.....this was my favorite stop. Regensburg suffered no damage from the war and is essentially the same as it was hundreds of years ago. It is one of the best preserved medieval cities in the world and everywhere you look is a picture perfect moment. We spent a lot of time here on our own as well as the walking tour.
A fountain of old
Some of the many interesting buildings
If I remember right this was to show an agreement between the Catholic and the Protestant religions
Love this architecture. It just amazes me how they took the trouble and time to make such intricate things with no tools like we have today and our building now......suck.
A nice depiction of Daniel and the giant
I think this was St. Ulrich Church and notice all the pretty flowers.
Schindler from "Schindlers's List" lived here for a time.
So many beautiful little spots
Well, I warned you that this was my favorite stop:)
This was a lovely hotel we strolled by and check out the garden in front of it!!!!!
Gotta love those roosters:) Well, as you can see if I could I just would have stayed here for a while.
This is St. Peter's Church and it is gothic style...AMAZING!

Just inside of one of  the entrances. There are so many statues all over it.
and the inside is heart stopping as well...(to be cont.)


Michelle said...

Beautiful photos and I am looking forward to more!

Tired Teacher said...

Love all the photos! It looks like a great place to explore.

Debbie said...

I can certainly see why this was a favorite stop on the trip, what a beautiful place!! The architecture is gorgeous, so many amazing details!!