Assorted Germany Photos...
One of the many statues gracing the Cologne Cathedral.
A narrow street in Rudesheim, Germany.
A wall Madonna in Trier, Germany.
The Speyer Cathedral dominates the German town of Speyer. As the burial site for Salian, Staufer and Habsburg emperors, as well as kings, the cathedral was regarded as a symbol of imperial power and remains one of the most important architectural monuments of its time and one of the finest Romanesque monuments in all of Europe.
Koblenz is a German city situated on both banks of the Rhine at its confluence with the Moselle River.
School children lighting candles inside Cologne Cathedral.
Warnemunde is a sea resort situated on the Baltic Sea in the northeast of Germany at the estuary of the river Warnow. Its harbor is lined with boats of all description, including a growing number of cruise ships.
The Drosselgasse, the heart of Rudesheim Germany's old town, is full of beautifully decorated restaurants, shops and live entertainment that plays all day and all night during the summer months. Built in the 15th century, the Drosselgasse is always crowded with tourists.
River traffic of all types run up and down the Moselle River in Germany; this is one of the barges.
Wooden street art for sale in Leipzig, Germany.
This impressive statue of Kaiser Wilhelm I stands where the Rhine and Mosel rivers meet in Koblenz, Germany.
Swans on the Mozelle River, Germany.
The massive Cologne Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church in Cologne, Germany. It is a stunning monument of German Catholicism and Gothic architecture and is a World Heritage Site. It is Germany's most visited landmark, attracting an average of 20,000 people a day.
A small fishing boat in Warnemunde, Germany heads out into the Baltic Sea.
Colorful Speyer, Germany, located on the river Rhine, was founded by the Romans and is one of Germany's oldest cities.
A small part of the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress as seen from Koblenz, Germany. It was built as the backbone of the regional fortification system, to guard the middle Rhine region. History reports the fortress was never attacked.
This is a small slice of Dusseldorf's waterfront, a city known as an international business and financial center, and renowned for its fashion and trade fairs.
Seagull art along the Baltic Sea.
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