Sunday Snapshots: German Architecture {Beard and Bonnet}

Sunday Snapshots: German Architecture

German architecture and history is unlike anything one would find in the States and would minimize the social distance between the language learner and the culture of Germany once they can actually see it with their own eyes.

Alsace, France I would love to live in a cottage like this... So magical looking

Alsace, France architecture home design fairytale fairy tale cottage English tudor house

German Fachwerk House: I love the details .. it's like an over sized gingerbread house

German Fachwerk House ~ snow garden with window boxes snow covered & snowman in front yard

This German castle = the perfect setting for fantastic daydreams. “There’s a huge gap between when this was built and the period we’re living in now,” says Shoair Mavlian (@shoair_m), our guest curator for #WHParchitecture. Photo by @sebnero

This German castle = the perfect setting for fantastic daydreams. “There’s a huge gap between when this was built and the period we’re living in now,” says Shoair Mavlian ( our guest curator for Photo by

The ‘Cuckoo’s Nest’ of Hofgut Sternen in Hinterzarten || 10 Living German Traditions in the Black Forest | The Travel Tester

10 Living German Traditions in the Black Forest

The ‘Cuckoo’s Nest’ of Hofgut Sternen in Hinterzarten 10 Living German Traditions in the Black Forest The Travel Tester

Marktbrunnen - Mainz, Rheinland-Pfalz

One of the most popular activities for tourists visiting Germany is visiting some of the country’s remarkable castles. There are over castles and palaces throughout the country;

St. Barbara Cathedral, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic - another view.

Barbara Cathedral, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic - another view.

Protestant Church in Wiesbaden, Germany I would not have taken this for a GERMAN church!

Ringkirche (Ring Church), Wiesbaden, Hesse, Germany, built between 1892 and designed by Johannes Otzen

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