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Münster, Germany - 4th November 2011

By: indrarado

Here I am again!

Today I had a lazy day on the window sill. It was nice to watch Münster from up here. I could see many churches and other buildings. If you watch carefully you can see (from left to right) the top of Überwasserkirche, of the cathedral and of Lambertikirche.

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In the evening we went to the Aasee. This lake was completed in 1934 and covers an area of 40.2 ha and a length of about 2.3km. It was build against flooding and has an important ecological function because of its size.
Today the lake is a popular relaxing area.

The most exciting story about this lake is a murder in 1957. A male torso appeared in the water and his wife was found guilty. In 1959 the process was resumed and she had been acquitted for lack of evidence. This murder was plot in two episodes of the detective series Tatort and an episode of Wilsberg.

And the most famous story is the one about the Black Petra. In 2006 a black swan turned up here and fell in love with a paddleboat in the form of a swan.

A pity swimming and surfing is currently prohibited because of the poor water quality. But we had a great evening here. See how beautiful the light reflects on the water:

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* Posted Nov 4, 2011, 6:14 pm Last edited Nov 6, 2011, 7:38 pm by indrarado [Quote] Go to the top of the page


 

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