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  • Monica Hoffmann

    Rothenburg, Germany - my absolute favorite place in the world!!!

  • Shannon Lee Gilstad

    Landshut | Not far from Munich you’ll find the Bavarian town of Landshut. Its pretty alpine foothills location and Gothic architecture make Landshut a highly photogenic destination. A stroll through the historic heart of the city offers travelers a peek into the past, including the Brick Gothic St. Martin’s Church and town hall.

  • Melissa Freeman

    Bucket List! Bavaria, Germany

  • `✿. Angela •*¨*•.¸¸♥

    Bavaria : Rothenburg ob der Tauber on the Romantic Road is a worldwide symbol of German romance. Artists have long taken inspiration from the unique location of this medieval town whose skyline with its 42 gates & towers is quite unmistakable. Nestled in the beautiful, unspoiled countryside, Rothenburg has a largely intact walkable town wall, with medieval fortifications surrounding the historic center. Photo detail © Rothenburg Tourismus Service / http://www.bavaria.by

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