Bremen - palaces enticing vaults
• Bremen - palaces enticing vaults
A donkey, a dog, a cat and a rooster, the main characters of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, went to Bremen to become musicians of the city, but did not make it into the city. We were more fortunate. In this post I will show some of his old and some new photos of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen. In addition, as a bonus show also nearby Oldenburg. Look?
In 2006 (already like 9 years ago) I lived a month in the city and studied at the University of Bremen in the summer course "Management and Economics". It was great fun! This was my second visit to Germany. I lived in this house in a German family.
15 minutes on the bus got to the center. Bremen (German. Bremen) arose in the VIII century as an episcopal residence, but, over time, has managed to achieve freedom and self-government. Medieval houses on the Market Square, miraculously survived during the Second World War, which affected more than 90% of old buildings in Bremen.
together with the Bremen Bremerhaven is part of the same name and the smallest federal state of Germany. It has about 550,000 inhabitants and is the tenth-largest German city. Center Bremen is the Market Square with the Town Hall. The building of the city parliament, erected in 1966:
In 2006 was brewery Becks (Beck`s), the parliament of the federal state of Bremen, visiting North Sea rescue service. There were also the so-called "Universum", a place where collected various scientific discoveries and inventions of mankind, and also presents interesting physical properties of materials, feelings and events.
At this time, just walk around the city familiar to me and to the center.
The photos were taken in November last year.
Bremen Roland Bremen Town Hall represent civic autonomy and sovereignty of the city in the days of the Holy Roman Empire. Both objects - on the UNESCO list.
Very small statue of the Bremen Town Musicians.
Colorful autumnal carpet of leaves.
A few more photos.
As a bonus, as promised, I'll show the nearby city of Bremen, Oldenburg (German. Oldenburg).