I was snowing so hard that day but still we proceeded to Bamberg. The weather did not really stopped us by driving there. Last January 12, 201, I visited again the historic city of Bamberg. It was my second visit together with a friend. I just admired the courage of my friend Joy to drive anywhere. This coming weekend we will be visiting it again. It is an honor to be a part of a Christmas party celebration of a dear friend. After that, we might be seeing again some sights of the city and this time it is unique because Christmas markets in Bamberg is currently going on.
Bamberg is a town in the Upper Franconia part of Bavaria, Germany. It is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites due to its historical architecture and preserved heritage. A must to see in this town is its Dom or Cathedral, the Old Town Hall, the New Residence, the Little Venice (Klein Venedig in German), Alte Hofhaltung and the Altenburg.
I am quite excited to visit Bamberg again and meet good friends again. It will be my third visit there and we will be taking a train. No more driving this time!
|Autobahn or highway 3 while on our way to Bamberg last January 12, 2012.|
|The Old Town Hall, built in the middle of the Regnitz River in 13836, accessible by two bridges.|
|The Bamberg Dom or Cathedral, famous for its horse rider statue with no name. The tombs of tombs of emperor Henry II and Pope Clement II are also found inside.|