Konstanz – Germany



Konstanz was the birthplace of Count Ferdinand Von Zeppelin, 

constructor of the famous Zeppelin airships.

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26 thoughts on “Konstanz – Germany

  1. You Know, I am always pleased when you post, I can expect only the best – colour – captures – fab shot photos.

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  2. Count Ferdinand Von Zeppelin was a genius who would never imagine that a simple spark would make him famous throughout history.

    Living is so difficult these days.
    The cost of breathing is so high.
    When I think how it used to be
    I think I'm gonna cry.

    Abraham Lincoln
    My Birds Blog

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  3. Purée ! 🙂 Je ne connais pas Constance, c'est une erreur ! Très jolies photos, l'une d'entre elles me fait penser à Fribourg (Freiburg im Breisgau).

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  4. Fantastic collection shots from Germany.
    The sky was wonderful bleu !!
    Its here only grey 😦

    Enjoy your evening
    ((hugs))

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  5. Much respect upon the photography !

    Did not know that fact about the city, yet enjoy the music of Led Zeppelin much 😉 Please have you all a nice start into the new month and Wednesday as well.

    daily athens

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  6. Leia,I love all the blue water,the statue at the pier is interesting.It look's like a fun and relaxing place to visit and of course the churches are beautiful also.Hope you guys had a nice weekend….Barb

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  7. I was there a lot of time ago but it seems that nothing has changed, obviously intended in the best possible sense. Didn't know about Zeppelin, now his airships are more safe than the average jetliner and don't care about volcanic ashes…

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  8. I've been there when I was 17 years old!! [so long ago..:) ]
    memories are coming back to me when seeing those pictures.. AND what a lovely bench!I walked there, along the lake, I was young, and happy..
    Thank you for those pictures!

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  9. Very nice photos of this interesting German town. Like B squared, I wonder about the statue on the pier. Too me it doesn't look Germanic…but I am not an expert on such things. 🙂

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  10. Lovely pics from Konstanz and the statue “Imperia”. She was the most loved women (callgirl) in the time 1414-1418 of the “Konstanzer Konzil”. In her hands are sitting the figures of the pope Martin V and emperor Sigismund. Politics and sex were already connected in the Middle Ages closely with each other. Greetings from Luzia.

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  11. You do such a wonderful job on these collages and photo series! I especially enjoy the variety of shots, showing a city or area from a number of different viewpoints! The photographs are superb. Merci beaucoup!

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  12. Konstanz! Am Bodensee! Believe it or not, I was a university exchange student there for a semester back in Spring 1987! Schon lange, lange her!

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