Sundial in Udine

Sundial in Udine, Italy

On my urban walk through Udine I come across this sundial. I like the modern style. Unfortunately I don’t know the meaning of Nulla Fluat Quin Doctura. It sounds like you should teach them, there is no flow. Which flow?


Sundial on Reichenau Abbey

Sundial on Reichenau Island, Germany

This sundial is located on a wall of Reichenau Abbey on Reichenau Island. It shows not only the motto ‘Pray and Work’ (ora et labora) but also Saint Pirmin, the founder of Reichenau Abbey. The two snakes refer to the fact that he is considered to be a patron against snake bites.


Sundial at a former monastery

Sundial at the former Augustinian monastery in Bruck/Leitha, Austria

A sundial displaying an equestrian seen at the former Augustinian monastery (Augustinereremitenkloster) in Bruck an der Leitha,


Sundial in Knittelfeld

Sundial in Knittelfeld, Austria

At the sundial located at the Pfarrheim (parish community centre) of Knittelfeld one can not only see Saint Catherine but also the no longer existing town hall. The late Gothic town hall was destroyed in the Second World War.


Sundial at the main square of Neunkirchen

Sundial at the main square of Neunkirchen, Austria

This sundial is placed on the facade of a 16th-century building located at the main square of Neunkirchen. The city is the capital of the district of Neunkirchen in the Austrian state of Lower Austria.


Sundial in Poysdorf

Sundial with grapes in Poysdorf, Austria

Sundial with grapes in Poysdorf. The grapes refer to the fact that Poysdorf is famous for its vineyards surrounding the place.