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As I’m back home from Madeira since a few days, I now write about my trip to Villa Hügel in Essen before writing about Madeira.
Yes… I know… you didn’t heard something for a long time… My work took a lot of my time so that there was nearly nothing over for writing here. But I have been at home at the Baltic Sea in the last 2 months for 2 times. The first time, I have been in Lübeck, Flensburg and Hamburg. My last visit was to Rostock to spend my time with my family during the Hanse Sail.
In my last article I wrote about our trip to Berlin’s history. Our first day dealt with the time of the divided Germany. On our second day, we dealt with a more touching topic – the time of the Third Reich. We did a Free Walking Tour to get to know more about Berlin at the time of the Third Reich.
My last visit in Berlin was shaped by historic things. It is important to deal with the history of your own country. The time of GDR (German Democratic Republic) shaped Germany.
Since more than one week, the sun shines nearly all the time here in Düsseldorf – I love sunshine and finally it’s getting warmer 🙂
On a rainy Saturday in April, I have been to the coal mine Zollverein in Essen. I wanted to explore something typical of the Ruhr region.
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At a Sunday in January, I was “kidnapped” to see something else than Düsseldorf. The moated castle Wittringen is rated as a secret tip… That castle is close to the city Gladbeck.
The new year just started some weeks ago and I’m still that occupied so that my blog has to wait. But I hope it will get better.