Summer escape to Rothenburg ob der Tauber

This summer I’m so involved with the creation of my new work that I decided to postpone vacations. However last week I took some days off and visited Rothenburg ob der Tauber, in Mittelfranken, Germany.

I was surprised and delighted to see this famous city from the Middle Ages. Is one of the touristic Hotspots of Germany. It receives about 2 million visitors per year. The history of Rothenburg is really interesting; start about 900 BC. Here are some pictures of this visit:

Great view of Rödergasse Street, with Markusturm Röderbogen on the background.

 

This is one of the few cities in Germany that still have the city walls intact.

 

Part of the city walls and the ruins of an old tower.

 

Perfect for a great entrance.

 

St Jakobskirche

 

 

Rothenburg Council and the city square.

 

walking at the city square

 

This is one of my favorites places, it was the Rothenburg Castle. There was an earthquake in the middle ages and just this chapel survived. You can see the original castle on the drawing, and the red part is what now remains.

 

So lovely to walk at night in this town

 

 

Kriminalmuseum: middle Ages punishment for the gossip girls. Disclaimer: our model is not involved in any punishable activities

 

Kriminalmuseum: this is so cool! Just read the description. We need some of this flutes in South America (and of course in North America!)

 

 

Taking a break after walking outside the city walls.

 

 

 

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