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Wednesday, April 11, 2007
Wordless Wednesday - Rothenburg ob der Tauber
32 Comments:
Blogger Marc said...
Wow, neat shot! I wonder how old those buildings are. Or the stones that make the street - they are probably even older.

Blogger Gene Bach said...
Nice picture. It'd be nice to be able to get out and see stuff like that.

Blogger letha said...
It's the angle that makes them all look like they're leaning isn't it?

Looks like a lovely place.

Blogger Nino said...
nice entry!

Blogger Simone said...
one of my dreams is to visit Europe and experience those narrow streets and old buildings.

For now I willl enjoy the World Tour on WW.

Happy WW. Thanks for the visit.

Blogger Tis me.... said...
That is a very niiiice picture! We have a place here in Georgia that is known for it's "German" feel.

Blogger Kristy said...
Great pic, Denise. I'd love to go there.

Blogger kaliblue said...
What a beautiful little village :-). Happy WW

Blogger Tricotine said...
It looks like North-East of France... I guess lots of German inspiration there...

Happy WW! :-)

Blogger The Plaid Sheep said...
I expect Heidi to show up any second now.

Anonymous angelo said...
That's a great picture! What a lovely place to visit, it looks like it was lifted from the pages of a fairy tale book. Happy WW!

Anonymous Missy said...
Great photo! Is it Rothenburg Warburg or Rothenburg Krugsdorf? Or is it in M√ľnster? I really want to visit Germany someday.

Blogger Michelle said...
that is sooo cool! I'd love to go visit some day.
Happy WW!

Blogger Amber said...
Hmmmm...that brings back such wonderful memories of when I lived in Europe. You captured it perfectly!

Ooooh, it looks like a living cuckoo clock! I half expect little yellow birds on extended springs to start popping out of the windows at any moment.

Happy WW!

Blogger Christine said...
I love the streets of Europe, so quaint and full of culture. Thanks for posting this pic and for visiting my blog. Blessings!

Blogger jams o donnell said...
great photo!

Blogger Danielle said...
Looks so quaint. A great photograph.
Happy WW and enjoy the day

Anonymous Edward Wolf said...
A truely beautiful shot. Wish I was there.

Beautiful shot--wonderful lighting and how nice to get a shot without any people or cars!

Blogger Duchess said...
Looks like a very cool place to visit. Great picture!

Anonymous Brian said...
Beautiful buildings. :)

Blogger Raggedy said...
Very nice picture!
Happy WW!

Blogger Cyndi said...
Beautiful! I look at that and for some reason I can almost smell the village bakery! LOL

Blogger Linda said...
That looks like such a nice place to be! Maybe someday ...

Blogger whenn said...
It's stunning! Where was it taken?

Anonymous Rav`N said...
what a beautiful town. So very picturesque (sp?)

Blogger Denise Patrick said...
Rothenburg is a very old walled city on the Romantic Road in Germany. It's a beautiful and picturesque small town. For those of you who noted the absence of cars, it's because they are discouraged inside the city walls. The city is small enough inside the walls to walk from one end to the other. You can walk around the wall. For more information about it, go to http://www.rothenburg.de/d/ISY/index.php?get=121

Anonymous eph2810 said...
Thank you so much for sharing a 'piece' of my home country :). I love this old town. I remember that my dad took us there when I was about 10 (I think)...

Have a wonderful Thursday. Thank you for stopping by.

Blogger Rosemarie said...
Germany is our heritage. My husband has been there. I haven't. :(

Blogger Dragonheart said...
Terrific photo! :) Looks like a very typical old German town. :) Very nice shot. :)

Thanks for visiting!

Blogger Michelle said...
What a beautiful little street! I think it would be so nice to stroll through there! (sorry for stopping by so late)

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