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CMT Fair Stuttgart exposing outdoor - exhibition difference!

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CMT Fair Stuttgart exposing outdoor - exhibition with a difference!

Challenges are appealing - this is how the inclined visitor to CMT Stuttgart may initially think when he looks at the outdoor exhibitions of some tent manufacturers, who present themselves in the outdoor area despite the weather conditions with snow and rain.

Trier Active - Moselle bridges, cycling and hiking trails

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Trier Active - Moselle bridges, cycling and hiking trails

For almost two millennia, the route from the center of Trier to the left bank of the Moselle only led over the ancient Roman bridge, whose first construction was still made of wood and was built in the years 18 and 17 BC.

Swans in the dusk of the Abtsküche Pond

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Swans in the dusk of the Abtsküche Pond

An evening walk had led us despite late hour up to the pond at Abtsküche, where we met numerous water birds, which extensively dealt with cleaning of their plumage.

A good idea too - colorful protest for the tree protection

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A good idea too - colorful protest for the tree protection

Once again, the already obligatory stop and go on the A1 near Bremen had caused us to use the highway to Wildeshausen in order to avoid staying on the highway on a large scale.

Walk along the Weser - brewing art and plane trees

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Walk along the Weser - brewing art and plane trees

Trees are air purifiers, humidifiers, noise protection, shade dispensers, water storage, CO2 consumers and oxygen producers - in short, good for the climate and human health in every city. Plane trees also shape the cityscape of Bremen and serve the local recreation.

Duisburg - walking along Ruhrort harbor

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Duisburg - walking along Ruhrort harbor

Autumnally wet, cold weather with only occasionally tearing cloud cover actually did not lure us to take a walk outside, but we definitely wanted some movement. The view of the sky indicated that we should try going to head westward.

From Istanbul to Antalya via Osman Gazi Bridge

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From Istanbul to Antalya via Osman Gazi Bridge

After our briefing on setting up a camper stop in Istanbul, the shortest route for going to Antalya, which we were recommended to use, was a route passing the relatively new Osman Gazi bridge.

Düden waterfall on the cliffs of Antalya

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Düden waterfall on the cliffs of Antalya

On the old route from Antalya - Burdur (passing through the town of Döşemealtı) two large karst springs come to the surface, to which we have also published an article. Our visit to the German Consulate now let us visit the waterfall of these springs again.

Exhibits of Sculptor Symposium at the port of Alanya

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Exhibits of the Sculptor Symposium at the port of Alanya

Once again there was a stopover in Alanya, which we also used for a walk along the harbor promenade and the Red Tower; surprised by the large number of tourist pirate and pirate excursion boats. Well, who does like it!

Caravans at the Exhibition Salon - yesterday & today

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Caravans at the Exhibition Salon Düsseldorf - yesterday & today

The first "tourist touring cars" were manufactured in Great Britain since the end of the 19th century. They were sometimes furnished very luxurious, biaxial and initially drawn by horses. At the beginning of the Second World War, there were several thousand caravans on the British Isles already.

Graffiti and Writing in the road tunnels of Trier

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Graffiti and writing in the road tunnels of Trier

The acceptance and definition of graffiti is very different in society. Unauthorized graffiti in public perception, especially in the Western world, is usually considered to be a form of vandalism, but it is also recognized by others as a form of art.

Germany Tour and Flying Grass Carpet guests in Trier

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Germany Tour and Flying Grass Carpet guests in Trier

Usually people go to the city parks to go for walks, but most of all they use the public gardens to relax in the sun, play football, have a picnic with friends and enjoy other leisure activities.

The Rhine ferry Langst-Kaiserswerth - Caravan-Salon

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The Rhine ferry Langst-Kaiserswerth - dusk on Rhine river

Directions to Dusseldorf Caravan Salon - Anyone who has driven along one of the banks of the Rhine can judge for himself that relatively few bridges span the Rhine, probably because their construction is very complicated and expensive because of the sometimes considerable width of the Rhine and the need not to restrict the navigation of the Rhine.

Timiou Prodomu Monastery - a dead end road at Aliakmos

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Moni Timiou Prodomu Monastery - a dead end road at Aliakmos

There are couple of monasteries of the same name, the Greek´s most famous John the Baptist Monastery still is Moni Timiou Prodromou on the steep flank of the Lousios Gorge, so it must be first to mention, if you talk about most lovely surrounding.

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