Schlossberg, Hohenfels in Germany

This is the photo of Schlossberg, the castle ruin in Hohenfels. This was taken by my Canon Powershot camera and I changed it to Sepia color (if I’m not mistaken). For some people, this place might be boring because there are not much shopping escapades here. In fact I have to drive around 15 to 20 minutes to go for grocery shopping to Parsberg. Hohenfels is a nice place for me. It is clean and peaceful. The beauty of the surroundings really impressed me and I felt in love with it. You can see in the photo here how Hohenfels is surrounded with nature, the hills, green trees in summer and fresh air especially if you go walking in the woodlands. I am just sharing this photo for now and I hope that you get some things in this site especially to the different places here in Germany.
Hohenfels is a municipality in the district of Neumarkt in Bavaria in Germany. The town is host to the Joint Multinational Readiness Center (formerly the Combat Maneuver Training Center [CMTC]), and the U.S. Army Garrison Hohenfels, an American military base used for training of NATO and U.S. allied nations’ armed forces.

 
 

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