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In Nuremberg one can often see architectural elements looking like a secular bay but actually they are the choirs of private chapels named Chörlein. Probably the most beautiful Chörlein I saw at the presbytery of St. Grimm, Places Ive Been, Places To Visit, Nuremberg Germany, Architectural Elements, Bavaria, Day Trips, Travel Destinations, Saints

Chörlein of St Sebaldus in Nuremberg

In Nuremberg one can often see architectural elements looking like a secular bay but actually they are the choirs of private chapels named Chörlein. Probably the most beautiful Chörlein I saw at the presbytery of St. Sebaldus Church (St. Sebald)

Post office building dating back to 1937 in Knittelfeld, Austria Vienna Woods, Innsbruck, Post Office, Austria, Dating, Spaces, Mansions, Architecture, House Styles

Post office building (1937) in Knittelfeld

This post office building at the Kapuzinerplatz was built in the year 1937. The architecture is pretty Alpine, the oriel is modeled on the Golden Roof (Goldenes Dachl) in Innsbruck. The decorations on the oriel show different mail services in course of time. The main depiction below the roof displays a postman who delivers letters…

Headquarter of the German Federal Cultural Foundation in Halle (Saale), Germany Saxony Anhalt, Rhineland Palatinate, Halle, Lower Saxony, North Rhine Westphalia, Foundation, Germany, Culture, Architecture

German Federal Cultural Foundation in Halle (Saale)

Right next to the buildings of the Francke Foundations I came across this fascinating architecture. It’s the headquarter of the German Federal Cultural Foundation (Kulturstiftung des Bundes). The purpose of this foundation is to promote and fund art and culture within the framework of federal responsibility. Sources / More info German Federal Cultural Foundation (Website)

 A private building Turns Into Rube-Goldberg Machine When It Rains in Dresden, Germany. Blog Architecture, Innovative Architecture, Resorts, Photo D'architecture, Rube Goldberg Machine, Blue Building, Building Facade, Water Walls, When It Rains

Downpipes at the Kunsthof in Dresden

Strange downpipes seen at the Kunsthof in Dresden. This public art created by Annette Paul, Christoph Roßner and André Tempel produces a fun show during certain hours and rainfalls. Kunsthof (Website)

At the Rostock City Harbour you can find old as well as reconstructed warehouses. In the rooms of the warehouse on the left side the headquarter of AIDA Cruises is based. The piers for the huge AIDA cruisers are not … Continue reading → Warehouses, New York Skyline, Cruise, Germany, Urban, Architecture, City, Places, Travel

Warehouses at the city harbour of Rostock

At the Rostock City Harbour you can find old as well as reconstructed warehouses. In the rooms of the warehouse on the left side the headquarter of AIDA Cruises is based. The piers for the huge AIDA cruisers are not far way at the port of Warnemünde.

The Rostock University, founded in is considered as the oldest university of the Baltic Sea area. The depicted main building was erected in the years 1867 – 1870 and it is an example of Renaissance Revival architecture in Mecklenburg. Revival Architecture, Baltic Sea, Facade, Maine, Old Things, University, Wall Decor, Mansions, Decoration

Main building of the Rostock University

The Rostock University, founded in 1419, is considered the oldest university in the Baltic Sea area. The depicted main building was erected in the years 1867 – 1870 and is an example of Renaissance Revival architecture in Mecklenburg. The drawings on the facade are worth a look. Sources / More info Rostock University (Wikipedia) Rostock…

The Rostock University, founded in is considered as the oldest university of the Baltic Sea area. The depicted main building was erected in the years 1867 – 1870 and it is an example of Renaissance Revival architecture in Mecklenburg. Saxony Anhalt, Rhineland Palatinate, Lower Saxony, Revival Architecture, North Rhine Westphalia, Baltic Sea, Facade, Maine, Travel Destinations

Main building of the Rostock University

The Rostock University, founded in 1419, is considered the oldest university in the Baltic Sea area. The depicted main building was erected in the years 1867 – 1870 and is an example of Renaissance Revival architecture in Mecklenburg. The drawings on the facade are worth a look. Sources / More info Rostock University (Wikipedia) Rostock…

Modern gabled house in Rostock, Germany Empire State Building, Old Town, Germany, Old Things, Architecture, Modern, House, Rostock, Old City

Gabled houses in Rostock

In Rostock, there are a lot of colourful gabled houses to see. It is big fun to walk through the streets and to count how many different gables one discover. Even this gable of a newly built edifice next to the old town hall has something decorative to offer. Sources / More info Sights of…