Kallmuenz (Kallmünz) , Germany

Kallmuenz which is spell in German word as Kallmünz, is not so far from our place..It is more or less 20 kilometers from where we live. This is the thing I love about my new home in Germany because in every small villages, there is always a story to tell. There are also lots of interesting and historical things worthy of seeing. I believed with some photos to share a blog can be more lively…here are some photos for you!! I almost forgot to mentioned that I wish to spend some Orlando vacations in the near future. My sister from the US also wants me to visit and go around there. Have fun watching my photos here.

the Lady called “and babaye” waving her hand as she striked a post while going up to the Castle ruins..see the view of Kallmuenz…very beautiful!!

This small building is in memory of some great people who died during the World War II

a very old house inside the Mountain..I thought somebody live here, but there is nobody here..that curtain being hanged is only for decoration..
on top of this building is the Castle Ruins of Kallmuenz

a very colorful and beautifully painted red house in Kallmuenz

The Castle Ruins of Kallmuenz still standing on top of the hill…
lots of people always come to simply enjoy the scenery of the place.

A little info about Kallmuenz courtesy of Wikipedia

Kallmünz is a municipality in the district of Regensburg in Bavaria in Germany. Situated at the Naab River about 25 km north of Regensburg Kallmunz has conserved a beautiful Medieval Center. Main attractions are the ruins of the Kallmunz Castle above the villige on a cliff and the old stone bridge over the Naab River. It is also famous for beeing the place where the russian painter Wassily Kandinsky and the german expressionist painter Gabriele Münter met during the summer of 1903. Since then Kallmunz has been the constant home to a small Art colony.

 

One Response to “Kallmuenz (Kallmünz) , Germany”

  1. dodong flores Says:

    Wow!
    The place and structures in it look like those what can be seen in the classical movies.
    You’re so lucky to have visited this kind of place…
    By the way, I was featured here. I hope you can take your time to view/read it…

 

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