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  • Düsseldorf Under the Rainbow

    Düsseldorf Under the Rainbow
    Every year in summer the gay pride takes place in many cities in different countries all over the world. It remembers to the riots of Stonewall in New York (1969). Here are some Diana shots of the colorful demonstration In Düsseldorf, Germany!
  • View Over Cologne

    View Over Cologne
    This is for all of you Lomographers who are looking for a place with a spectacular view over one of my favourite cities which is Cologne. Most of the tourists who visit Cologne walk along the Rhine River, take a couple of pictures of the wonderful cathedral (the "Dom") and have a few "kölsch"-beers.
  • Escape the City: Immerse Yourself In Twilight

    Escape the City: Immerse Yourself In Twilight
    I have once mentioned this incredible piece of art in an article, but now, months later, I still think it deserves its own space. Read here about the "Twilight Arch" and why there is no place better to "let go".
  • Main Cemetery Frankfurt: A Place of Peace

    Main Cemetery Frankfurt: A Place of Peace
    Open since 1828, the Main Cemetery of Frankfurt offers a place of peace for those who passed on and those who were left behind. It is a place of calm, and one might think it's drowned in sorrow and perhaps to an extent it is. . . for only when directly confronted with death do you realize the magnificence of life.
  • Riverside of Cologne

    Riverside of Cologne
    Koln, or Cologne, is the number 4 city in Germany, so it is natural, that it has something extra for every Lomographer, visiting this beautiful city. Start from getting there - I find "die Bahn" railway service very good, so I did come to Köln by train.
  • Pain and Pleasure at the International Tattoo Convention 2011

    Pain and Pleasure at the International Tattoo Convention 2011
    Frankfurt am Main has been home to the International Tattoo Convention on April 15th-17th. With over 400 tattoo artists from all over the world and "U.S.A." as the main theme, it was one of the most visited tattoo conventions of the last years, with live boxing and muay-thai, live bondage shows and live bands to entertain. And of course tattoos, tattoos, tattoos!
  • Lierenfeld Betriebshof - Not the first sightseeing location in Düsseldorf

    Lierenfeld Betriebshof - Not the first sightseeing location in Düsseldorf
    Lierenfeld Betriebshof is located at the Lierenfelder street and at the moment the newest depot for trams in Düsseldorf. It's not a sightseeing spot but this makes it even more interesting for me to discover!
  • Getting High on the Fens: Haut Fagnes

    Getting High on the Fens: Haut Fagnes
    Just a short drive from urban centres as Brussels, Maastricht and Aachen lies on one of the most beautiful spots of nature in this little corner of Europe: the Hautes Farnes or Hoge Venen (High Fens). Get away from the hustle and bustle of city life for a bit and wonder at the moorlands and take beautiful pictures while you're at it.
  • Medienhafen, Düsseldorf

    Medienhafen, Düsseldorf
    If you are interested in modern architecture, the Medienhafen („Media harbour“) in Düsseldorf is the place to go.
  • Frankfurt Eastend

    Frankfurt Eastend
    If you are in Frankfurt and don't want to see the typical tourist spots you could check out the eastern part instead. There you can find the industrial port, built in 1908 (which you can only see from the outside unfortunately since the entry is forbidden) as well as ancient rail tracks that aren't used anymore, old cranes and the old Grossmarkthalle, one of the most famous market halls in Germany, built in the 1920s.
  • Frankfurt Dippemess: Amusement for the Whole Family!

    Frankfurt Dippemess: Amusement for the Whole Family!
    The Frankfurt Dippemess is the biggest amusement park and convention center in the Rhein-Main area. For a full 3 weeks in springtime and 2 weeks in autumn, and a few days spread out over the summer, it is the biggest family attraction in the region!
  • On the River Lahn Through Gießen

    On the River Lahn Through Gießen
    The meadows and paths on the Lahn in Gießen are well attended in all seasons and all weather conditions. Between trees and bushes, among ducks and doves, there is always a place to relax and have a picnic.
  • The Zoo in Cologne-Lindenthal

    The Zoo in Cologne-Lindenthal
    It's a wonderful place for children, Fisheye-Freaks and just about anybody who loves animals.
  • Pinkpop Festival, The Netherlands

    Pinkpop Festival, The Netherlands
    Pinkpop is a yearly, three-day festival in Landgraaf, The Netherlands. For years it is in the weekend of Pinksteren (dutch for pentecost). In 2009 was the 40 year anniversery of the festival with artist like Bruce Springsteen, Placebo, Depeche Mode and a lot more.
  • Palmengarten Frankfurt: A Great Place to Take Photos and Your Mom (& Grandma, too)

    Palmengarten Frankfurt: A Great Place to Take Photos and Your Mom (& Grandma, too)
    There are a lot of places that I like to take my camera to, but one of my favorites has to be the Palmengarten (botanical garden) in Frankfurt. It's in the middle of the city and yet you feel like you are eons away. They have an incredible collection of flowers and plants that make it worth a visit and offers great photo opportunities too. Plus, it is a great place to take the whole family!
  • Kölner Dom

    Kölner Dom
    Cologne without the Kölner Dom? That's unthinkable. The official name is "Hohe Domkirche St. Peter and Maria" but who cares, it's the Kölner Dom. The Dom is 157,38m, the third highest church on earth. The cathedral is only 250 meters away from the Rhein. The architectural style is Gothic. From 1880 to 1884 the Kölner Dom was the highest building in the world and it's the most popular sight in Germany. Since 1996 the cathedral is a world cultural heritage.
  • Where Sheep and Wolf Shake Hands

    Where Sheep and Wolf Shake Hands
    Not even seven minutes away from Central Train Station in Dusseldorf you will find the railway underpass on Eller Street.
  • The Church of the Redeemer

    The Church of the Redeemer
    It stands in the old town of Lüdenscheid and is not only ancient but also very beautiful!
  • Der Düsseldorfer Rheinturm

    Der Düsseldorfer Rheinturm
    Whoever visits Düsseldorf should take the time to visit the Rhine Tower. It became famous as the the city's landmark and has reached a celebrity status so to speak. Check out your souvenir coffee mug at home - it might have the Rhine Tower's photo!
  • Frankfurt City Centre

    Frankfurt City Centre
    Frankfurt am Main is a dynamic and international financial and trade fair city with the most imposing skyline in Germany. It is one of the three European cities with the most number of skyscrapers, alongside Paris and London. Frankfurt is one of the major European aviation hubs. Its central location at the heart of Europe and its excellent accessibility by air, rail and road make Frankfurt especially attractive.

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