In the fisher district
I promised in an earlier post before I left for Germany that I would show pictures of my brother and sister-in-law’s house. They live in the old fishing district right under the old (almost 600 year old) city walls of my home town. It is romantic and historic.
They have a tiny little backyard through which the old sewage canal runs. Stinky peugh! Can you imagine how this used to smell? Not really! But now it looks beautiful and only carries a small stream of water.
The entrance to their backyard and front door. The bridge is leading to their small round patio over the old sewage canal. The building that you can see above the city walls is the beautiful St. Michaels church that we got married in and our children got baptised in.
The garden under the city walls.
Can you imagine that this cozy sitting area was meant to house garbage cans? What a waste! These chairs are a much nicer solution!
And here is my little Bavarian princess running barefoot through the streets.
This is one of the old outhouses built over the canal in their backyard. Funny, right?
In my next post I’ll show some photos of the inside of their cute little home (click HERE)!
What do you think?
Stop by again soon und guten Tag!
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Looks so lovely! I wanna go to Germany now!