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Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

collect fairy-tales of each country I visit

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Münster, Germany - 11th November 2011

By: indrarado


Today I saw the Erbdrostenhof, a baroque palace in the inner city. It was built according to plans by Johann Conrad Schlaun in 1753 to 1757.
He built it diagonally into a relatively small corner and so won room for the fassade. The entrance is a courtyard with a triangular base.
The main showpiece here is a ballroom that extends over the entire central section. And it houses an exquisite collection of historical keyboard instruments.


See me? I'm at the gates!

And a bit further on we saw a sculpture showing the twinned towns and their distance. Since WWII Münster entered nine town twinnings, first one was York in 1958 and the ninth - after christmas tsunami 2004 - was Indonesian island Nias which has been donated with 689.500€ by now. Münster has even been awarded the European price of "Institute for European partnerships and international cooperation" in 2007.


* Posted Nov 11, 2011, 10:06 pm Last edited Nov 11, 2011, 10:23 pm by indrarado [Quote] Go to the top of the page


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