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Impressions and discoveries of all cultures from the most diverse regions, which reflect the daily life of our time.

Hiking across Finne coming from Billroda

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Hiking across Finne coming from Billroda

What a joy after the first look out of the window, everything was covered with snow. The view of the trees, whose branches and twigs all showed a white cap, was wonderful. Our motto is to have breakfast and get out of the house soon.

Icy cold Brocken - Hiking the Blocksberg

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Icy cold Brocken - Hiking the Blocksberg

The Brocken, also popularly known as Blocksberg, is at 1141.2 meter the highest mountain in the Harz mountain range, it is located in Saxony-Anhalt and is a tempting destination for hiking in summer and winter.

By bike to the healthy sources of Bad Bibra

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By bike to the sources of Bad Bibra

Extensive forest areas, rolling hills, deeply cut stream valleys and well-developed cycling and hiking trails in the region around Bad Bibra invite you to relax and be active on foot or by bike. So we were again on our bikes in Bad Bibra, now that the foliage is showing wonderful colours.

On the way to Legionowo - a rustic restaurant

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On the way to Legionowo - a rustic restaurant

We were on our way to a business meeting in the small town of Legionowo near Warsaw. An overnight place was booked, but the bad weather delayed the arrival considerably, so that we stopped at a restaurant on the way due to our feeling of hunger.

Caravan Salon Düsseldorf - Exploring Luegallee

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Caravan Salon Düsseldorf - Exploring Luegallee after arrival

Once again and despite the corona pandemic, the Caravan Salon Düsseldorf is calling and despite the restriction of the number of visitors, hygiene and distance requirements, this extraordinary Caravan Salon also seems to be a success again, at least the satisfaction of the visitors of the first days.

Born during crisis - in-house Camping exhibition

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Born during crisis - in-house Camping exhibition

Many paths lead to effective marketing goals, especially in very special times, such as the corona pandemic, creativity is once again particularly required in all the companies concerned. We are guests of GentleTent in Vienna.

A hike to the Hexentanzplatz starting from Thale

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A hike to the Hexentanzplatz starting from Thale

Nearly everyone has heard of it before: The so-called witches dancing place is a high plateau in the Harz, about 454 m above sea level, which lies high above the Bode river valley opposite the Roßtrappe in Saxony-Anhalt.

Ghost beeches in Bad Kösen - beeches to fear about?

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Ghost beeches in Bad Kösen - beeches to fear about?

With great interest we walked along the graduation plant of Bad Kösen, admired the wooden construction technology and enjoyed the wonderful view of the Saale river until we came across a hiking sign which pointed to the local ghost beech tree not far from the graduation plant.

Eckartsberga - Dutch windmill as contemporary witness

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Eckartsberga - a Dutch windmill as a contemporary witness

The Dutch windmill from the year 1831, standing on Sachsenberg at an altitude of about 275 m, is the last of three former mill specimens on the outskirts of the village, which were however destroyed by fires in 1839, 1848 and 1851 and were subsequently renewed several times.

Easter Bunny made of tree slices - but why Bunny?

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Easter Bunny made of tree slices - but why Bunny?

Depending on the region, customs sometimes show strange development, including Easter. Is it at least a memorable endeavour to put the focus of the delicacies on eggs during Easter, regardless of whether the boiled and brightly painted chicken egg or the chocolate egg, regardless of whether with or without filling?

Trade fairs canceled - virtual in-house exhibition an option?

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Trade fairs canceled - virtual in-house exhibition an alternative?

The GentleTent company from Vienna has been providing innovative and imaginative, sometimes surprising products for several years, so it's no wonder that even in times of the corona pandemic, an alternative idea comes from GentleTent.

Hiking in the Vienna Woods - our tour to the Mostalm

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Hiking in the Vienna Woods - our tour to the Mostalm

The "green lung" of Vienna, Wienerwald, stretches not far from Austria's capital. The Wienerwald is a popular and well-known local recreation and excursion area not only for all immediate residents, but for people from all over Vienna, Lower Austria and of course for all guests.

Citroen 2 CV - a Racing Version found in Hamburg

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Citroen 2 CV - a Racing Version found in Hamburg

The Citroën 2CV was once a very popular model of the automobile manufacturer Citroën with an air-cooled two-cylinder four-stroke boxer engine and front-wheel drive, which was popularly known as the duck and was often used by students as an inexpensive, mobile vehicle. A rather sporty version of this "duck" caught our eye recently in Hamburg and led to this article.

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