Haus zum Sonneborn in Erfurt

Haus zum Sonneborn in Erfurt, Germany

Behind this door you will find the registry office and a venue for marriages. The building is a reconstruction but the portal dates back to Renaissance period.

Weimarer Stadthaus in Weimar

Weimarer Stadthaus in Weimar, Germany

The Stadthaus of Weimar (Weimarer Stadthaus) is a Renaissance building at the market place of Weimar. After demolition in WWII the building has been reconstructed in the 1970s.

Mozarthaus in Linz

Inner yard of the Mozarthaus in Linz

During a stopover in Linz, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote the Symphony No. 36 (Linz Symphony) in this building located in the historic centre of the city. The Mozarthaus isn’t open for public but the inner court is worth a visit though.

Celle Palace at night in Celle

Celle Renaissance Palace in Lower Saxony, Germany

On the way back to my hotel I passed the palace of Celle (Schloss Celle) again. Sometimes a walk around a castle at night is even more exciting than in the daylight. Especially if you are alone in the streets.

Water tower in Wels

Frontside of the Renaissance water tower (16th century) in Wels, Austria

This water tower in Wels was built in 1577/1579 by Wolfgang Khranlachner. Inside the tower, there is a pump designed by the watchmaker Clement Rench. The colourful façade painting was done by the artist Niclas Linkh.