Muldental railway bridge Muldental railway bridge viaduct Göhrener famous railway bridge. Viaduct over the Mulde, Saxony Germany c. 1910. Berühmte Göhrener Eisenbahnbrücke. Viadukt über das Muldental, Sachsen Deutschland, um 1910.
Herreninsel Chiemsee mit Kampenwand c. 1900 View on Lake Chiemsee c. 1900. Old colored postcard, view to the famous Herreninsel (Men's island) on Lake Chiemsee, Bavaria 1900. The postcard shows the mapping of the island on Lake Chiemsee. In the foreground a boat with rowers a big load of hay ride to the [...]
Frauen Wörth Chiemsee Frauen Wörth at Chiemsee Bavaria 1900 Old colored picture postcard. Frauen Wörth is a Benedictine monastery on the island of Chiemsee in Bavaria. The monastery was founded 782 by Duke Tassilo III. of Bavaria.
Berlin old castle Berlin City Palace, 1900. Antique German Postcard. The postcard shows an illustration of the Berlin City Palace. Andreas Schlüter from 1699 built the castle into a major secular building of the Protestant Baroque.
Prien am Chiemsee. Prien am Chiemsee with Bavarian Alps. Old postcard 1920s. In the background are the mountains of the Bavarian Alps. In the foreground, the village Prien with church and old architecture. Prien was in the middle of the 12th century (around 1158), established as an administrative center of the Counts of [...]
Erlangen mountains church anniversary Erlangen Germany mountains church anniversary. Postcard 1910. Greetings from the Mountain Village Festival cellars and the nearest restaurants, Royal Bavarian university town of Erlangen. Restaurant bear garden. Catfish restaurant garden. Guesthouse windmill. Birkner's restaurant basement. Erlangen Bergkirchweih. Deutsche Antik Postkarte 1910. Gruß von den Bergkirchweih Fest Kellern und den nächstgelegenen [...]
Wolfratshausen Bavaria Paradise Road Wolfratshausen Bavaria Paradise Road 1920s. Old town with church view. Wolfratshausen is a city in the Upper Bavarian district of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen. Wolfratshausen belongs to the region Bavarian Oberland and is located in the river valleys of Loisach and Isar. Wolfratshausen found its first mention as "Wolueradeshusun" in a charter of King [...]