Andreas Susana

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The Saalburg in Hesse is part of the Upper Germanic-Rhaetian Limes which is also known as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Inside the reconstructed structures of a Roman fort, a museum tells about the life of the soldiers along the border > bit.ly/2UHzXhF #MuseumMonday
On 30 January 1889 Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria and his lover Baroness Mary Vetsera died in this former hunting lodge near Vienna. For many decades, the background to their death at Mayerling Castle remained enigmatic > bit.ly/Uqz4uI #otd
On 29 January 1868 artist Albin Egger-Lienz was born. This 13th-century castle in Lienz (Austria) shows a collection of his monumental paintings with historical & rustic genres. Besides that, the Gothic frescos in the castle chapel are worth a look > bit.ly/1luhkt5 #otd
While enjoying a boat trip on the Unstrut River, I took this photo of Neuenburg Castle (Schloss Neuenburg). The magnificent structure in the wine-growing area of Saale-Unstrut accommodates a reputable wine museum > bit.ly/2fyQPaY #MuseumMonday
The griffins are among us. This pair of gryphons you can see on the Vienna Ring Road. The grand boulevard in the capital of Austria offers a wide selection of architecture in the eclectic historicist style > bit.ly/1wnmE2G
On 23 January 1872 Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik was born. One of his works is this church in Bogojina. Locals call this amazing building 'White Dove' > bit.ly/2U5W6pQ #otd
The Ottoneum Museum of Natural History in Kassel houses an 18th-century Xylotheque and the famous Goethe Elephant Skeleton > bit.ly/U5u8eT #MuseumMonday
This sundial at Seitenstetten Abbey shows with "Ora et Labora" the motto of the Benedictines >bit.ly/1lJNi3P #SundialSunday
500 years ago, on 12 January 1519, Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I died in Wels Castle. Today, the castle houses several museums and is open for public > bit.ly/2DpuLrj #otd
A vivid mural that tells what is going on behind this wall. You can find it on the Slovenian Institute of Hop Research and Brewery in Žalec, Slovenia > bit.ly/2lE4EmY
It was really a cold day when I took this photo of a frozen fountain on the grounds of the Würzburg Residence > bit.ly/2VGlCU4
Satzvey Castle is considered one of the best-preserved castles in Rhineland. I love the red-white dots in this pic, created by the shutters > bit.ly/WrB1Iu
The manhole covers of Füssen (Germany) show the local coat of arms. The city arms are an interesting example of canting arms which interpret the town's name in rebus form. The German translation for feet is "Füsse" > bit.ly/2hi6wTd #ManholeCoverMonday
The sundial on the parish church of Tamsweg (Austria) shows James, son of Zebedee. An indication for this interpretation is the scallop on his shoulder > bit.ly/2SK1w9S #SundialSunday
64 busts in the garden of Kromsdorf Renaissance Palace invite to reflect on peoples and rulers > bit.ly/1GpGqyC
The manhole covers of the Thuringian capital Erfurt show the local coat of arms. The wheel origins from the Wheel of Mainz and reminds of the fact, that Erfurt was a part of the archbishopric of Mainz for many centuries > bit.ly/1SFLsls #ManholeCoverMonday
Do you know the Czech fairy tale films which are often shown on TV in the days after Christmas? This amazing well in the castle of Jindřichův Hradec reminds me of these movies > bit.ly/2BCPfwg
Inside the Basilica of San Lorenzo in Florence, Italy > bit.ly/2GGQ2lT by @crumbsontravel
This informative sundial in the Styrian place Bruck an der Mur shows two different periods of the city > bit.ly/2rOOhss #SundialSunday
On 22 December 1867 architect Joseph Maria Olbrich was born. One of his works is this Art Nouveau building in Sankt Pölten, Austria > bit.ly/2Q05rx7
414 steps up to the Giotto’s Tower in Florence > bit.ly/2V09tcz by @crumbsontravel
The manhole covers of Rostock show a griffin > bit.ly/2SSxY9p #ManholeCoverMonday
A sundial located on the old University of Salzburg. The depiction refers to the four faculties of that university which was founded in the 17th century: theology, philosophy, medicine and jurisprudence > bit.ly/2Ep2LXq #SundialSunday
In Austria, one can see a bunch of castles while taking a ride with the train. This view of Niederfalkenstein #Castle was taken on a rail trip through the Austrian state of Carinthia > bit.ly/2oYxnqa #FriFotos #RailView
Well, who of you knows these wise guys? - In the streets of Erfurt, attentive strollers will discover protagonists of several German children TV series > bit.ly/2UBqSb6 #Erfurt
On 11 December 1445 Eberhard I, the first Duke of Württemberg was born. In many publications, he is also known as Eberhard im Bart. This monument stands in the courtyard of the old palace in Stuttgart, which serves as State Museum of Württemberg now > bit.ly/2QL86Pn
This manhole cover at the Prague main railway station shows the historic station hall built in the years 1901/09. Inside this structure you will find a magnificent Art Nouveau hall > bit.ly/2Qo2o6U #ManholeCoverMonday
This sundial is located at St. Peter's Archabbey in Salzburg. The keys represent the abbey's coat of arms. I wonder what the bird is talking to the old man > bit.ly/2BZotzD #SundialSunday
On 7 December 1856 architect Josef Fanta was born. One of his most impressive works is the Art Nouveau station hall at the main railway station of Prague > bit.ly/2UqXYu5 #visitCZ
This pedestrian bridge in a former spa town of the Austro-Hungarian Empire not only spans a lovely river but also offers a magnificent view of the nearby mountains > bit.ly/2REp4fE
Experiencing the Christmas market of Senigallia >bit.ly/2AUoy6c by @crumbsontravel
On 5 December 1850 Austrian artist and singer Alexander Girardi was born. This monument in Vienna displays him in one of his most known roles > bit.ly/2KXJAWa #otd
Visiting the Etruscan castle town in Val di Merse/Tuscany > bit.ly/2BIUHz8 by @crumbsontravel
I was told that Weimar hosts the only Shakespeare monument in continental Europe. Do you agree? > bit.ly/2Rj7jlY
The Renaissance portal of the Red Castle in Weimar displays a broad variety of coat of arms, but I am even more impressed by the colourful decoration of the windows > bit.ly/2TGeaaH
For some years the Tempelherrenhaus (House of the Templars) in Weimar housed the ateliers of masters working for the Bauhaus. It was destroyed during World War II. Today it is an intriguing ruin in the Park on the Ilm > bit.ly/2zrav83 #CelebratingBauhaus
Looking #through an opening from inside the famous Bridge of Sighs in Venice > bit.ly/2F8hFiy #FriFotos
Strolling through the UNESCO World Heritage Site Dessau-Wörlitz Garden Realm in Saxony-Anhalt > bit.ly/2TtRr1o
The municipal museum of Weimar tells not only about the town history but also gives an insight into the history of the Weimar Republic > bit.ly/2S2Qsnb #MuseumMonday
There are not many zoos around a historic landmark like this. When the citizens of Dessau-Roßlau pay a visit to the animals, they look directly at the former mausoleum of the Dukes of Anhalt >bit.ly/2QQjSVJ
At the #Wild Man Fountain in Salzburg. This fountain originally served as a basin for fishes sold on the local fish market. Today the wild man watches the guests entering the Great Festival Hall of the city > bit.ly/1vL6a8c #FriFotos
A venue with an enchanting stairwell: Villa Haar in Weimar > bit.ly/2zaDmgO
At the Kassengewölbe Mausoleum in Weimar. It stands on the grounds of the Jakobsfriedhof, which is the oldest cemetery in the city. Friedrich Schiller is one of the famous people who found their final resting place here >bit.ly/2z9f7j0
On an autumn walk to the resting place of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in Weimar. The historic cemetery is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Classical Weimar" > bit.ly/2DCFdyM
Impression from the construction site of the new Bauhaus Museum in Weimar (@Weimarerleben). As of April 2019, this museum will not only showcase Bauhaus products but also discuss the influence of this movement on society > bit.ly/2T6NX4P #CelebratingBauhaus #MuseumMonday
Honestly, this monument to the industrialist and social reformer Ernst Abbe looks like a temple to me. The building was designed by Henry van de Velde, the herm is a creation of Max Klinger > bit.ly/2PROjxp #CelebratingBauhaus
The home of Henry van de Velden in Weimar (@Weimarerleben) is an example for creating a home as a 'Gesamtkunstwerk' (synthesis of art and craft). A goal that was soon followed by Walter Gropius in the Bauhaus movement > bit.ly/2PPsLBl #CelebratingBauhaus
An interesting shopping experience in Weimar, the founding city of the Bauhaus: These rings refer to the principle 'form follows function' as well as to important colours and shapes of the Bauhaus movement > bit.ly/2Qw9nGJ #CelebratingBauhaus
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