Gorlitz, Germany May 6, 2015


May 5, 2015

Welcome to Gorlitz, Germany!  Located right at the border of Germany and Poland, I can literally walk around the foot  bridge over the Neisse River and walk into Poland. Gorlitz is a relaxing, picturesque town that is perfect for strolling.  It was never bombed during  WWII so the beautiful architecture,  ancient churches, towers and the remaining city wall  are all original.  3700 buildings in Gorlitz are registered as Historical  Landmarks.

So to start…..here is a sampling of the architecture that is all over the city:


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It’s always Christmas in Germany.

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Lastly the town hall.

Stay  tuned….more of Gorlitz to come.

Thanks for reading!


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Judy Ludwig
    May 06, 2015 @ 08:24:13

    I love the one building that looks like it has eyes in it’s roof! Cool!



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