Deutsches Marinemuseum Wilhelmshaven

A beautiful winter day at -3ºC and  no wind. The water is just starting to freeze on the surface.

Wikipedia: "Das Deutsche Marinemuseum in Wilhelmshaven stellt die Entwicklung der deutschen Militärseefahrt seit 1848 dar. Der Schwerpunkt des Museums liegt auf der Darstellung der Bundesmarine/Deutschen Marine. Es besteht seit 1998 und befindet sich in privater Trägerschaft."

Copyright: Willy Kaemena
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10920x5460
Taken: 12/01/2013
Uploaded: 12/01/2013
Updated: 21/02/2014


  • Willy Kaemena over 1 year ago
    Ja alles Museumsbestand... die waren nötig in den Zeiten des "kalten Krieges"
  • Patricia Müller about 2 years ago
    Großartiges Motiv, toller Himmel, einfach klasse. Man muß halt auch mit dem Wetter Glück haben, das ist dann schon die halbe Miete. Nur mit diesen Zerstörern habe ich so ein bißchen Bauschschmerzen. Gehören die auch zum Museumsbestand? Schade, daß es sie gibt.
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