Freiburg – Germany


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20 thoughts on “Freiburg – Germany

  1. Oh, I went there when I was young! but it was in summer, there was plenty of people and no snow!I like your pictures with snow; They bring back a lot of memories and the snow adds some nostalgy. The last one, with the red fruits , is so lovely! and all the benches around the statues attracted my eyes!A rich and great post! Thank you!
    Hugs from Nice!

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  2. A beautiful set of images, the snow is something more this time. The red berries in the last shot are… expressive!

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  3. Wow, what an impressive set of images. Thanks for showing us, not only the outside, but the inside of that beautiful church. It appears to be a lovely town, and the red berries add a bit of winter cheer!

    I also live your new header very much!

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  4. Thanks for the visit and comment on my blog. I do appreciate it.

    I also appreciate coming here and being able to see places in Europe that I will never be able to see in my lifetime.

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  5. Those are all beautiful shots from Germany. I love the old Church and the snow on the berries could be my house as I have those same berries and we had a little snow this morning.

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  6. Beautiful photos! I've never been there and it seems to be another place which is a must:)
    The photo of berries in snow is fabulous and of course I love the stain glassed windows!
    Hugs
    joo

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  7. This another place that I would love to visit. It looks like it's not easy to reach. Your photos really show the beauty of this place.

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  8. Ach Freiburg im Breisgau, une si jolie ville très bien entretenue. J'y suis allée au printemps, il n'y avait pas de neige mais des oeufs en plastique dans les arbres pour Pâques. Très jolie série de photos !

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  9. I have just caught up with your blog again. Thank you so much especially for the beautiful photos of the St. Vitus Church, Pont Alexandre III and Amsterdam. They are all such magnificent and wonderful architecture!

    I am so sorry if I have not been able to visit much lately, my dear Cezar and Léia. We've been having so many meetings and workshops at work that I'm hardly ever at my desk and computer. Even at home, I'm fixing quite a few things — so that we can travel! Nothing like your many tours, of course, but we really have to be able to get to my eldest nephew's wedding in Canada in June or my sister and brothers will never forgive me. There are also a few writing assignments that I need to finish, which means that my regular surfing has to be put on hold. But I always try to sneak in visits to my favorite blogs when I can, and of course both this and Luna's are in my list!

    Take care of yourselves, my dear friends. Hugs, love and God's blessings on you.

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