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Old Jun 10, 2010, 5:19 PM   #1
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Default 2 full weeks of heavy rain...

...and then 2 days of sunshine over the weekend gave me these images. You can see a part of the small village and some moments from a lil' hiking tour.

By the way... #3 shows the place, where panorama 2 and 3 (image #6 and #7) were taken - and you can find the trees from #3 in #5, too

What do you think... it's a place to forget your daily work and some of your problems, right?

Kind regards,
Th.

P.S. @Eetu - quite colorful, eh? I told you that you would smile over my comment in your thread after seeing those...

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where were these shots taken, looks like somewhere in northern europe form the houses. Church looks Lutheran.
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where were these shots taken, looks like somewhere in northern europe form the houses. Church looks Lutheran.
Hello,
the little village is "Christes" and we are talking about Germany here. The area is called "Thüringer Wald". To give an idea about dimensions... the hill I took the last 2 panorama shots from is about 750m high - so we are not talking about "climbing" but it's already a nice mixture of up and downs to get there and makes you sweat when you finally reach the top

And I am not an expert when it comes to churches, but still I know, that this is one of the smallest (if not THE smallest) three-aisled churches in Germany.

Thanks for looking and have a nice day!

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I kinda thought it looked like Germany. I live in Frankfurt A.M. I like visiting the smaller towns throughout Germany.
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