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Lübeck - An der Obertrave 666 ;-) (I)
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There’s actually no house An der Untertrave bearing this number. Oh well… The idyllic look of the Obertrave street in the Lübecker Altstadt can not hide the fact that the area is being flooded several times each year by the overflowing Trave river. The river banks are quite low in this place. Despite of that, the Obertrave is quite in vogue as residential area as well as site for many pubs and clubs, attracting young and old Lübecker as well as tourists at day and night.

But beware, strange stories may lurk in the old „Gänge“ - you’d better not ask too many questions ;) No idea whether a real Satanist lives here, but judging by the quite bizarre decoration, this won’t be a bogus one. 

Copyright: Alexander jensko
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Uploaded: 02/10/2011
Updated: 06/08/2014
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Tags: luebeck; lubeck; obertrave; old town; altstadt; insel; altstadtinsel; trave; germany; historical; arcadian; idyllic; architecture; culture; green; devil; satan; 666; beast; apocalypse; satanist; strange; bizarre
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