Multicolor – A set of colored photos [Part 1]: European Spring Tour!

This time four pics from east of the Atlantic. Extremely colored and, to make it easy, the shooting locations are inlcuded, too. Berlin, Duesseldorf, Cologne and Tyrol.

Starting in Germany’s capital Berlin it takes a trip of 1.338 kilometres (13 hours on the road) to get to Tyrol. The first picture shows you the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church at Kurfuerstendamm.

See this and all the other photos below/after the jump…

The church is named after Wilhelm I. who can be seen in the well-preserved mosaics in the vestibule of the old church. Now the vestibule is also a war memorial, represented by historical illustrations of the church and the theme of reconciliation.” [source]

Second is a grassy place in Duesseldorf, the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia.

Off to Cologne now with its famous building Cologne Cathedral. The photo shows a version of the church rebuilt by children with little pieces of wood.

Now the longest trip to a little village in South Tyrol.

(Photo by Marc Goellnitz)

South Tyrol, also known by its Italian name Alto Adige, is an autonomous province in northern Italy. It is one of the two autonomous provinces that make up the autonomous region of Trentino-Alto Adige/Sudtirol. The province has an area of 7,400 square kilometres and a total population of more than 500,000 inhabitants. Its capital is the city of Bolzano. The majority of the population speak German. Around a quarter of the population speak Italian, and a small minority have Ladin as their mother language“. [source]



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