Thursday, May 01, 2008
Part 1c: Museumsdorf, the chapels and mills
Over spring break, we rented a vacation house in southeastern Bavaria, near the borders of Austria and the Czech Republic. We thought we might cross those borders, but there was so much to do in the local area, we didn't bother, and ended up spending a lot less time on the road and more time having fun.
This is the third part of the pictures from the museum village near Tittling, focusing primarily on the chapels & mills. And since I ran out of pictures, there are a handful from that morning, before we went to the museum village. The first part focused on the houses. The second part, last week, focused on the vehicles.
You can always click on the pictures to see a larger version.
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"Holy Florian protect us
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Next week: Passau.
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Very nice pics, Darla! I wish I've the opportunity to visit these places, it'd be a new experience for us.
Those two interior shots from the chapels are so gorgeous. Utterly beautiful. And the mill shots are lovely.
I love museum villages. They really make history come alive. I haven't been around much the past two weeks (didn't participate at all last week), I'll have to go back and look at the other photos too.
Wait, isnt it suppose to be hot during spring break???lol...great pics. Happy TT and thanks for stopping by:)
Actually, it only snowed that first day. The rest of the week, it was in the 60s and gorgeous weather.Post a Comment
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