Dornenkrone von Telfs

"Dornenkrone" von Telfs, Tirol, Austria (English: Crown of thorns).

The sculpture showing the situation of a divided Tirol. After World War I Austrian province of Tyrol was split into 3 parts. South Tyrol (including Dolomites) belongs to Italy until now.
"Dornenkrone" von Telfs
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Fot. Elisabeth Fazel. Telfs, October 2016.

Spitalkirche die älteste katholische Kirche in Baden-Baden

The Spitalkirche in Baden-Baden, Germany is one of the oldest churches in the city. 
Spitalkirche is located within a former hospital complex. Built in the 15th Century, the church also had a cemetery in the earlier days. The interior of the church features a 16th-Century pulpit and a spectacular stained glass window. 
Spitalkirche Baden-Baden, stained glass window
You can see ornate carvings and intricate designs throughout the interiors of the church. There are many other paintings by local artists at the church.

Fot. Elisabeth Fazel

Neues Schloss- Baden-Baden, Schwarzwald

The Neues Schloss or New Castle in Baden-Baden, Germany – the former residence of the Margraves of Baden.
The New Castle on the Florentine mountain was the official residence of Baden’s margraves until the end of the 17th century. After its destruction by the French in the War of the Spanish Succession, margrave Ludwig Wilhelm moved the government’s seat to Rastatt and built a new residence – the Castle of Rastatt.
Neues Schloss Baden-Baden
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In the early 18th century the New Castle was rebuilt and in the 19th century its primary use was as a summer residence of the grand dukes. This time the state rooms were decorated in the Renaissance style. 

Today, the building being in private hands (the Kuwaiti Al Hassawi Group), it is not possible to visit either the castle or its gardens.
Learn also, Residenzschloss Rastatt
Fot. Elisabeth Fazel. Baden-Baden, September 2016.

Baiersbronn Classic 2016 Schwarzwald - Rallye

Oldtimer-Rallye Baiersbronn Classic, Baden-Baden, Black Forest, Germany, September 2016.
Bei der „Baiersbronn Classic 2016“ präsentieren sich vom 22. - 24. September rund 125 Legenden aus der Vorkriegsära und Klassiker der 50er und 60er Jahre
Baiersbronn Classic 2016.
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Baiersbronn Classic 2016
Baiersbronn Classic 2016
Fot. Elisabeth Fazel, Adi Gatz.

Petite France History, Visit in Strasbourg

Petite France is a historic quarter of the city of Strasbourg in eastern France (Alsace).
Interestingly, the name Petite-France ("Little France") comes from the "hospice of the syphilitic" (Hospice des Vérolés, in French), which was built in the late 15th century on this island, to cure persons with syphilis, then called Franzosenkrankheit ("French disease") in German.  In the Middle Ages this part of Strasbourg,  was home to the city's tanners, millers, fishermen and prostitutes. Today Petite France  is one of Strasbourg's main tourist attractions with many hotels, pubs and cafeterias.
Spying Through The Window, Petite France, Strasbourg
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Petite France Moody, Strasbourg
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Street Lantern, Strasbourg, France
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Fot. Elisabeth Fazel, Adi Gatz. September 2016.

Stiftskirche in Baden-Baden

The Stiftskirche in Baden-Baden, Schwarzwald, Germany is the burial place of the Margraves of Baden including the most famous of them all, Ludwig-Wilhelm (1677 – 1707). 
The Basilica was built in the Romanesque style, it is located directly on the Florentine Hill in the old town of Baden-Baden. It has 14 Margraves of the Margraviate of Baden for their final resting place.
View At Baden-Baden with Collegiate Church, Germany
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Built originally as a Roman basilica, it has witnessed numerous modifications over the centuries; in the 15th century in the usual Gothic style. The Church received the tower in the 18th century.
Stiftskirche in Baden-Baden, tombstones of rulers of Baden
Stiftskirche in Baden-Baden, tombstone of ruler of Baden
Fot. Elisabeth Fazel, Adi Gatz.
Baden-Baden, Schwarzwald, Germany. September 2016.

Pictures of Strasbourg: La Maison Kammerzell

Kammerzell House is a 15th & 16th Century medieval building in Cathedral Square at Strasbourg, Alsace, France.

Kammerzell House is now historically belongs to the German Renaissance but is stylistically still attached to the Rhineland black and white timber-framed style of civil architecture. It takes its name from its 19th century owner, Philippe  Kammerzell, who was a grocer.
German Renaissance In France, Kammerzell House In Strasbourg
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La Maison Kammerzell is certainly the most photographed civil building in Strasbourg.
Fot. Elisabeth Fazel, Adi Gatz. Strasbourg, August 2016.