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by Madison Miller
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Detroit

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Hamburg

Hip, cool en net even anders, hotel en hostel @superbude in #Hamburg #youth #mustsees #germanytourism http://t.co/vWTgc2pNCL

Berlin

Heb jij Berlijn al eens van boven bekeken? Het uitzicht van de koepel van de Rijksdag is geweldig!
#youth #mustsees #berlin
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by cookie chien
Tag(s): Must Sees Schonach

cuckoo clock

Schonach

The biggest one!!

In the south of the Black Forest, I met the biggest cuckoo clock in the world---that is a real house!! I found many details in it and talked to the owner---Josef Dlod, who is 78 years old. A big bird will come out singing "kuku" every half hour, very interesting. Many clock maker live around here and make different kind of cuckoo clock. Some artists even make it in a modern way. #joingermantradition#artsandcrafts

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by DICHTBIJ & VER WEG
Tag(s): Must Sees Cochem

Blutenfest des Rotes Moselweinbergpfirsich

Cochem

ROZE LENTE IN COCHEM

We hebben éven moeten oefenen, maar na een tijdje rolde Rote Moselweinbergpfirsich vanzelf uit onze mond. Toch kan je in Cochem ook gewoon Rud Peesche zeggen, het plaatselijke dialect voor deze kleine perzik met haar robijnrode vruchtvlees die overal in de Moezelvallei groeit. Terwijl de wijngaarden er nog kaal bijliggen, zijn de roze bloemen van de Moezel-Wijnbergperzik al een fleurige voorbode van de lente. Goed nieuws voor de plaatselijke wijnboeren dus, maar ook voor al wie dol is op perziken, want dan wordt er in Cochem smakelijk gefeest.

http://dichtbijenverweg.blogspot.be/2015/05/roze-lente-in-cochem.html

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by Minghay Lee
Tag(s): Must Sees Furtwangan

German Clock Museum

Furtwangan

Performance with a music box

There were over 8000 clocks in the museum, from one arm to digital, from cuckoo clock to musical box, from candle clock to astonishment used. The most impressive one was the biggest exhibit. The creator, August Noll, spent 5 years (1880-1885) to build this giant clock. It weighed around 600kg with 28 functions. But it was more like a portable theatre than a clock. The original idea of the creator was to build a clock with many funny sounds and movements, so he would dissembled it and travel around to perform a “musical show” to earn money.
Full Blog: http://wp.me/p4TeE9-5a

Hamburg Fischmarkt

Hamburg

Early morning at the historic fish market

Hamburg’s historic Fischmarkt (fish market) is held at the crack of dawn at 5am every Sunday morning (6am during the winter) between March and November. Running since 1703 along the banks of the Elbe River and crowned at its end by the 100+ year old Altona auction hall, the fish market has morphed from a sweat-it-out haggling ground between fishermen, fishmongers, and customers to a place that draws thousands of tourists – roughly 70,000 every year – with business still being conducted amidst it all. There are even live bands playing jazz, country, and rock music as patrons dig into all manner

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