Einbeck, Tiedexer Strasse

Einbeck is a former 'Hanse Stadt' in the district Northeim in southern Niedersachsen. In the center of the town there are more than 150 timber-frame houses.

This picture was taken at the Tiedexer Strasse, a famous street with many timber-frame houses.

Copyright: Hans Dieter Teschner
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9700x4850
Taken: 25/04/2012
送信日: 30/04/2012
更新日: 03/07/2014


Tags: germany; deutschland; niedersachsen; einbeck; fachwerk; fachwerkstrasse; tiedexer strasse
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