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Some Greek impressions

With not much to do during the lockdown, we enjoyed the Peloponnese in a very relaxed way, staying on each place a couple of days and exploring our surroundings on foot. First we found a little beach at an abandoned holiday resort near Porto Cheli (37.353256, 23.096413) from where we took hikes along the coast. …

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The Saladi Beach Hotel

We had found a wonderful beach South of Nafplio, where we spent a couple of days not only hiking but also visiting a hotel. Actually we were parking directly in front of it, just that it was closed, and that already for years. A tour through the hotel took us past the pool and reception …

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Zentralfriedhof @ Vienna

Our time in Vienna didn’t pass without an excursion with the camera. The foggy grey weather was the perfect setting to visit the famous Zentralfriedhof (Central Cemetery) in Vienna. The Karl Borromäus Church in the centre of the huge cemetery was built in 1908 by Austrian Art Nouveau architect Max Hegele. There are not many …

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Arriving @ Latvia

Somehow we had reached Latvia on an adventurous route, which wasn’t really planned but fun. Our first destination, Karosta, also was a little bit weird. Parking for the Night at the Northern Forts For some reason our navigation took us on a minor road in direction to the border. Suddenly we turned left onto a …

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@ Völklingen Ironworks

Today our program was not about nature or historic towns, but to explore the industrial monument of the Völklingen Ironworks – an historic landmark of German engineering and an Unesco World Heritage Site. In 1883 Carl Röchling started to produce iron at the river of the Saar. He implemented new technologies like the Thomas procedure …

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