Where Einstein comes from…


Ulm is an interesting German city,
crossed by the Danube River and
where Albert Einstein was born.

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27 thoughts on “Where Einstein comes from…

  1. It is a charming, beautiful and a very interesting place -releatively speaking. 😉 haha

    I saw a statue of Albert Einstein at Princeton. I think he worked there.

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  2. I expect to see Hansel and Gretel come around the corner! Simply a charming city.
    Thank you for your kind comments.
    Sunny 🙂

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  3. These are such wonderful photographs. That story-book architecture, the little canal, enchanting, all of it. My brother lived in New Ulm for several years. Unfortunately I never managed to visit him there. If I had known how beautiful this area was I would have tried much harder!

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  4. Oh, sooooo pretty! I adore the clock and the building in the 1st photo. Could I ask a favor and have you send me a large meg file of that photo?
    It is so wonderful to go place with you. I've never been to Ulm, so it's a real treat.

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  5. The house's remind me of gingerbread houses and all the windowboxes are beautiful,very beautiful place to visit,we may be visiting Germany Dec. 2010 so I really enjoyed these pics….Barb

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  6. very charming architecture. the houses look like they are right out of a fairy tale. Thanks for your comments and I am glad you enjoyed the slot canyons and the Glen Canyon Dam on my site today. Keep on traveling.

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  7. It such a beautiful city! I love those timbered houses – will have to visit this amazing place one day.
    Thanks for showing:)
    Hugs
    Joo

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  8. I passed it on my way to Munich, big mistake! Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos, you are a source of inspiration for future trips!

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  9. I have always enjoyed German towns and their buildings, all so beautiful. You have been taking some magnificent photos my friends.

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  10. What a fantastic mix of old and new architecture! The top buildings (the glass pyramid and the one with the clock and murals) are especially fascinating.

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  11. This place is like a fairy-tale. What grandeur and beauty! I like the juxtaposition of the modern and the old in the one photo…and I love the decorated buildings, the flower pots, the signs, well … everything!

    Great job; thanks so much for sharing these!

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  12. Hello dear friends,

    Ulm is such a beautiful town / city (been there-:). I adore the traditional houses. They are fantastic!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Best regards
    Asta

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  13. Dearest Luna! Ulm is so close to my hometown of Augsburg. My heart jumped a little bit when I saw the stunning tudor timbered houses….but the most magnificient building of all is not pictured…purrrrhaps you are saving it for later…..the Muenster with it' stunning flying butresses…
    Thank you again for this pretty inspiring post…
    Love Miss Peach

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  14. It is a beautiful place, and the cathedral there is amazing. Getting a bit of blues though… I used to study in a small town halfway between Ulm and Nuremberg, how often did I come through Ulm on my way back to Alsace! Long time ago…

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