World time clock & television tower of Berlin - Germany
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Hotel en el centro
Germany, far from be the rigid monolith of Western Europe that
most people have in mind, is a country with a remarkable variety
of regions having vestiges of when the country was a patchwork
of independent states.
From the ancient ports of the north, following the plain fields,
woods and mountains of the south and many cities of varying size
are good examples of the variety of the country.
There are cities that seem to be national capitals. Cologne
has a large number of historical monuments and Munich, capital
of Bavaria, has good museums and galleries.
Berlin, the capital, has an electrifying atmosphere. Nuremberg
preserved samples of their past glory; Hamburg, totally destroyed
by fire in 1943 is now a pleasant town with lively nightlife.
Frankfurt, the economic pillar of the reconstruction, considers
itself as the real capital of Germany, which seek to snatch Stuttgart
and Düsseldorf, cities with tall skyscrapers. Finally Dresden,
a city crammed with baroque splendor.
Because all these cities were seriously damaged during the war
and reconstruction has not always been perfect, small populations
can become more enriching. Heidelberg and its university, Trier,
Bamberg, Rothenburg or Potsdam are worth places.
From a landscape point of view, we remark the Bavarian Alps (and
Munich), the Bodensee (Lake Constance), the Black Forest and the
Rhine valley, whose splendid path has generated many legends and
In the world of trains, monorails are especially romantic, if hanging rail instead of going about it, even more. These trains evoke future times, advanced technologies ... for it is quite surprising to find out that the history of this monorail began more than a century.
His full name is "suspended monorail train Eugen Langen", travels a path length of 13.3 miles of the route and does Wupper suspended over the river, part of the city streets. The entire trip takes about 30 minutes and has a total of 20 stations.
Construction began in 1898 and the railway opened in 1901, while still in use as a local transport system in the city, being the oldest monorail in the world.
Among its highlights trains Kaiserwagen, 1900. This unit is used for special trips only.
The Waldspirale is a residential building complex in Darmstadt, Germany, built in the 1990s. The name translates into English as forest spiral, reflecting both the general plan of the building and the fact that it has a green roof. It was designed by Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. The building was completed in 2000.
In the video below explains the architect and the interior is also shown and gardens.
Ein Kunstwerk- das Hundertwasserhaus in Darmstadt
Eine Fassade, die keinem Raster folgt, keine gerade Linie, keine rechten Winkel, Fenster, die aus der Reihe tanzen, über 1000 Stück, jedes anders: Wer in der Waldspirale in Darmstadt wohnt, ...