A Visit to Beethoven’s Birthplace in Bonn, Germany

It was so far a very memorable trip we had in Germany’s former capital. Together with a friend named Nonna, that visit to Beethoven’s Birthplace in Bonn in the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany was full of excitements. I guess someone is thinking of somebody in Bonn all the time. I believed she wishes to go back again in this city to see somebody. I wish I can make more sharing about this.

Anyway, you do love classic music? If yes, you might have an idea who Ludwig van Beethoven is? He is a German composer and pianist who was born in Bonn. He remains one of the most famous and influential composers of all time. I also have some CD’s of him.

Aside from sigthseeing, we also did some shopping in Bonn. I did not look for equestrian helmets but instead I found a purple umbrella in one of the stores in Bonn. Since I love this color and also found out that the umbrella is quite durable, I immediately bought it. In fact until now, I am still using this umbrella and always have it with me everytime I travel.

Here are some images I took during our visit in Bonn last August 20, 2010.

Beethoven’s birthhouse in Bonn turned to a museum.

the Chinese restaurant where we had our lunch. There is a story about this restaurant. To my friend Nonna, this is an image for you.

The Bonn Minster, one of Germany’s oldest churches, having been built between the 11th and 13th centuries. It is now a Papal basilica.

 
 

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