The youth hostel in Nuremberg (Nürnberg) is located in a part of the Imperial Castle. Though the rooms are pretty modern, there are also several atmospheric parts. Interesting detail: You can find huge QR codes all over the hostel telling you interesting details about the city of Nuremberg.
Strange downpipes seen at the Kunsthof in Dresden. This public art created by Annette Paul, Christoph Roßner and André Tempel produces a fun show during certain hours and rainfalls.
The German Hygiene Museum (Deutsches Hygiene-Museum) was founded in 1912 by Karl August Lingner, a Dresden businessman and manufacturer of hygiene products. Besides being a medical museum it conceives itself as a ‘forum for science, culture and society’. Continue reading
The Old Exchange (Alte Handelsbörse) was built in the 17th century in the early baroque style as a representative building where merchants could meet. Today, the hall serves for musical and literary events, company presentations and conferences, festive receptions and private parties.
Today the last home of German composer Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy houses a museum about his life and also serves as the residence of the Felix Mendellsohn Bartoldy Foundation.
Classic hand water pump seen in the streets of Leipzig.
This elevator runs from Bad Schandau on Ostrau. The truss-tower construction built in 1904 overcomes a difference in height of 47.76 m. From the top of the tower you have a great view on Saxon Switzerland.
The palm house on the grounds of Pillnitz Palace (Schloss Pillnitz) was opened in 1861 and is considered as one of the oldest still existing constructions of cast steel and glas in Europe.
View of the suspension railway connecting the districs of Loschwitz and Oberloschwitz in Dresden. The pic was taken from a passing paddle steamer driving along the river Elbe. The pecularity of this suspension railway (Schwebebahn) is the fact that it is cable-drawn like a funicular railway.