Along the Schmiedgasse in Rothenburg Germany with the Plonlein House featured in the center (1/238)
A painting of the Markus Tower, Rothenburg Germany (2/238)
The Seelbrunnen Fountain with sculpture of Minerva, Rothenburg Germany (3/238)
New Town Hall, Munich (4/238)
A dancing figure on the New Town Hall, Munich (5/238)
The Clock on the New Town Hall, Munich (6/238)
Virgin Mary statue a the Marienplatz, Munich (7/238)
A gargoyle extended from a building in Munich (8/238)
A Munich subway station (9/238)
Welcome to Oktoberfest 2023 (10/238)
A refreshment stand at Munich Oktoberfest (11/238)
The Munich Oktoberfest ferris wheel (12/238)
The lion on top of the Lowerbrau tower (13/238)
Lady Bavaria has been part of Munich Oktoberfest since 1850 (14/238)
A Percheron horse pulling the Lowenbrau wagon (15/238)
Posing with the Lowenbrau wagon (16/238)
Another Percheron pulling the Spaten Brau wagon (17/238)
One of the many tents filled with beer drinkers at Munich Oktoberfest (18/238)
Another tent of party goers at the Munich Oktorfest (19/238)
Another tent of party goers at the Munich Oktoberfest (20/238)
Another tent of party goers at the Munich Oktoberfest (21/238)
Along the midway at Munich Oktoberfest (22/238)
An area commemorating the 1980 Munich Oktoberfest bombing (23/238)
Oktoberfest after dark (24/238)
St. Coloman’s Church in Schwangau, Germany (25/238)
Outside the visitors center in Schwangau, Germany (26/238)
The Hohenschwangau Castle at Schwangau Germany (27/238)
The Neuschwanstein Castle near Schwangau Germany (28/238)
The Neuschwanstein Castle near Schwangau Germany (29/238)
The Neuschwanstein Castle near Schwangau Germany (30/238)
The Neuschwanstein Castle near Schwangau Germany (31/238)
A view inside the Neuschwanstein Castle (32/238)
A wedding party at the Neuschwanstein Castle (33/238)
The town of Schwangau and the Hohenschwangau Castle seen from the Neuschwanstein Castle (34/238)
The Gutenberg castle in Balzers, Liechtenstein (35/238)
St Nicholas Catholic Church in Balzers, Liechtenstein (36/238)
The graveyard at St Nicholas Catholic Church (the deceased can only stay a short time) (37/238)
A special place for formar priests at St Nicholas Catholic Church in Balzers, Liechtenstein (38/238)
Inside St Nicholas Catholic Church in Balzers, Liechtenstein (39/238)
A sightseeing boat in the Konigssee in the Berchtesgaden National Park, Bavaria (40/238)
A sightseeing boat in the Konigssee in the Berchtesgaden National Park, Bavaria (41/238)
St. Bartholomew's Church, Berchtesgaden, Bavaria (42/238)
St. Bartholomew's Church, Berchtesgaden (43/238)
Inside St. Bartholomew's Church, Berchtesgaden (44/238)
Aerial view of Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic, located on a meander of the Vlatava River (45/238)
Historic Cesky Krumlov, a Czech Republic UNESCO Heritage site (46/238)
Another view of Cesky Krumlov (47/238)
A map of Krumlov Castle (48/238)
Krumlov Castle (49/238)
One of the bears kept on the grounds of Krumlov Castle (50/238)
St Vitus Church in Cesky Krumlov as seen through a portal at Krumlov Castle (51/238)
A 3D model of Krumlov Castle (52/238)
The original Budweiser Brewery in Budvar, Czech Republic (53/238)
The National Beer of the Czech Republic (54/238)
On display here is a keg of the original Budweiser Beer (55/238)
The National Beer of the Czech Republic (56/238)
Budvar, Home of the original Budweiser (57/238)
Entrance to Our Lady of the Snows Church in Prague, Czech Republic (58/238)
The view inside Our Lady of the Snows Church in Prague, Czech Republic (59/238)
The National Museum at St Wenceslas Square in Prague, Czech Republic (60/238)
The Prague Astronomical Clock attached to the Old Town Hall in Prague, first installed in 1410 (61/238)
Church of Our Lady before Týn in Old Town Prague (62/238)
The Church of St Nicholas of Prague, a Hussite church in Old Town Prague (63/238)
A statue commemorating Franz Kafka in Old Town Prague (64/238)
A plaque marking the birth place of Franz Kafka (65/238)
The Jewish Cemetery in Old Town with burials on top of one another (66/238)
Statues of St Adalbert (left) and St Sigismund on the tower of the Charles Bridge, Prague (67/238)
St Salvator Church in Old Town Prague (68/238)
The Vltava River in Prague seen from the Charles Bridge (69/238)
A tribute to St. John Nepomuk marking the spot where he was thrown from the Charles Bridge into the Vltava River (70/238)
The statue of St. John of Nepomuk, a Czech martyr saint, on the Charles Bridge (71/238)
Along a Certovka Canal under the Charles Bridge, Prague (72/238)
St Nicholas Church, Old Town Prague (73/238)
Kostel Svateho Vaclava Chuch in Old Town Prague (74/238)
Honoring astronomers Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler who made important discoveries in Prague (75/238)
The Marian Plague Column in Hradčany Square in Prague honors the victims of the Great Plague of 1713-1714 (76/238)
Guarding the entrance to Prague Castle (77/238)
Sculptures above the entrance to Prague Castle (78/238)
The entrance to Prague Castle, the largest ancient castle in the world (79/238)
A Catholic procession at Prague Castle (80/238)
Kohl's Fountain in the Prague Castle Courtyard (also known as The Lion's Fountain), built in 1686 (81/238)
A view inside St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague (82/238)
A view inside St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague (83/238)
St. George's Basilica in the Prague Castle, dates back to the year 920 (84/238)
Guides at St. George's Basilica (85/238)
A 3D model of Prague Castle (86/238)
Mute swans swimming in Vltava River near the Charles Bridge (87/238)
The historic Charles Bridge, a pedestrian only bridge, dating back to 1357 (88/238)
Controversial sculpture by David Černý outside the Kafka Museum shows two men urinating into a pond shaped like the Czech Republic (89/238)
The John Lennon Wall in the Lesser Town section of Prague (90/238)
Olomouc Town Hall on the Upper Square, Olomouc Czech Republic (91/238)
A 3D model of the town of Olomouc on display in the town square (92/238)
The Holy Trinity Column in Olomouc (c 1710), a UNESCO World Heritage Site (93/238)
The Arion Fountain at the Upper Square - Olomouc, Czech Republic (94/238)
A turtle statue on display in the town square of Olomouc, Czech Republic (95/238)
A sand sculpture on display in the town square of Olomouc, Czech Republic (96/238)
A street view in Old Town Olomouc, Moravia, Czech Republic (97/238)
An animatronic figure sliding across the front of a building in Olomouc (98/238)
St. Wenceslas Cathedral, Olomouc, Czech Republic (99/238)
Inside St Wenceslas Cathedral, Olomouc (100/238)
The Church of St Gorazd, Olomouc, Czech Republic (101/238)
The church of St Linhart in the village of Musov-Pasohlavky, Czech Republic (102/238)
Inside the Heindl chocolate company in Vienna Austria (103/238)
The Heindl chocolate company store in Vienna Austria (104/238)
The main entrance of the St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, Austria (105/238)
A view inside St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna (106/238)
Another view inside St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna (107/238)
The Holy Trinity column, erected in 1679 after the Great Plague is located on the Graben Square, Vienna (108/238)
St Peters Catholic Church, Vienna (109/238)
Statues inside the Palais Schönborn at Freyung Square, Austria (110/238)
The Austriabrunnen (Austria Fountain) on the Freyung square, erected in 1846 (111/238)
The coat of arms of The Hofburg Palace the former residence of the Habsburg Dynasty (112/238)
The monument dedicated to the memory of Francis I, the first Emperor of Austria, located in the courtyard of the Hofburg Palace (113/238)
The Hofburg Palace, Vienna Austria (114/238)
St. Francis of Assisi Church, Vienna Austria (115/238)
The Giant Vienna Ferris Wheel was erected in 1897 to celebrate Emperor Francis Joseph’s Golden Jubilee (116/238)
A tent in Vienna getting ready for Austria's Oktobfest (117/238)
Commemorating Wilhelm von Tegetthoff (1827-1871), Vice Admiral and Commander of the Austrian Navy in the 1860s (118/238)
The Vienna campus of St Louis's Webster University (119/238)
Along the Danube Canal in Vienna (120/238)
Along the Danube Canal in Vienna (121/238)
The last day for a Vienna ice cream shop that had been around since 1886 (122/238)
Monument to Johannes Gutenberg (c 1400-1468), considered to be the inventor of the printing press, erected in 1900 (123/238)
A statue of a Muse riding Pegasos atop the Vienna State Opera House (124/238)
The Vienna State Opera House, constructed in the 1860s (125/238)
The monument to Alexander Girardi on the Girardiplatz in Vienna shows the actor with a wood plane under his arm (126/238)
The statue "Mutter und Kind" by Georg Erhlich, located in Karlsplatz, Vienna (127/238)
Karlskirche or St. Charles Church, located in Karlsplatz, was completed in 1737 (128/238)
The Baroque Garden at the Bratislava Castle, Bratislava Slovakia (129/238)
Another view of the Baroque Garden at the Bratislava Castle (130/238)
A statue on the grounds of the Bratislava Castle (131/238)
A Statue of Svatopluk the Great of Moravia at the Bratislava Castle,(132/238)
A statue at the gate of the Bratislava Castle (133/238)
Cathedral of St Martin as seen from the Bratislava Castle (134/238)
This guy is guarding the restaurant at the Bratislava Castle (135/238)
The Church of St Elizabeth, or The Blue Church, is a Hungarian-Secessionist Catholic church located in Old Town Bratislava (136/238)
A view inside The Blue Church (137/238)
The front entrance to the Blue Church (138/238)
The Buda Castle viewed from the Pest side of the Danube River (139/238)
A closeup of the lion guarding the Chain Bridge in Budapest Hungary (140/238)
The Chain Bridge in Budapest Hungary (141/238)
The porcelan Herendi fountain on the Nador ter in Budapest Hungary (142/238)
St Stephen's Basilica, the main Catholic church in Budapest Hungary (143/238)
A memorial for victims of the WWII German Occupation, located in Liberty Square, Budapest (144/238)
Another view of the memorial for victims of the WWII German Occupation, located in Liberty Square, Budapest (145/238)
The story of Attila Petschauer displayed at Liberty Square, Budapest (146/238)
“Glory to the Liberating Soviet Heroes” reads the inscription on this controversial memorial in Liberty Square (147/238)
The statue of George Herbert Walker Bush in Liberty Square (148/238)
The statue of Gyula Andrássy, Prime Minister of Hungary 1867-1871, outside the Hungarian Parliament Building, (149/238)
"Shoes on the Danube Bank", a memorial to victims who were shot into the Danube River during WWII (150/238)
The Hungarian Parliament Building seen from the Danube River (151/238)
Buda Castle, the his­tor­i­cal cas­tle and palace com­plex of the Hun­gar­ian Kings in Budapest, dating back to 1265 (152/238)
The Liberty Statue in Budapest, erected in 1947 to honor the Soviet liberation of Hungary from Nazi forces during World War II. (153/238)
"The Little Princess" statue sitting on the railings of the Danube Promenade in Budapest, Hungary was created by László Marton in 1972 (154/238)
A bronze relief panorama of Budapest with descriptions in Braille for the visually impaired (155/238)
Buda Castle viewed from the Pest side of the Danube River (156/238)
The Funicular Railway is the fast way from the Chain Bridge to Buda Castle (157/238)
A gothic relief of King Matthias on the Buda Castle (158/238)
The Fisherman's Bastion, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, forms a portion of the Buda Castle (159/238)
Another view of the Fisherman's Bastion (160/238)
Matthias Church (also known as The Church of the Assumption of the Buda Castle) history dates back to the 14th century (161/238)
The view of Budapest looking north along the Danube River from the Buda Castle (162/238)
St Stephens Basilica in Budapest as seen from the Buda Castle (163/238)
The Pest side of the Danube River viewed from the Buda Castle (164/238)
The equestrian statue of St Stephan of Hungary at the Fisherman's Bastion in Budapest, Hungary (165/238)
Statue of Pope Innocent XI in Buda, Budapest (166/238)
The Hungarian Parliament Building (167/238)
A view of the Buda Castle funicular and the Chain Bridge (168/238)
The Chain Bridge and Pest viewed from the Buda Castle (169/238)
The Hunyadi Court at the Buda Castle (170/238)
The "Fountain of the Fishing Children" at the Royal Palace, made by Károly Senyei in 1900 (171/238)
"Fountain of the Fishing Children" (172/238)
The Turul, a mythological bird of prey, is a national symbol of Hungary (173/238)
Pest, seen from Buda Castle, Gresham Palace on the left, Interior Ministry on right and St Stephens Basilica in the background (174/238)
A statue to Prince Eugene of Savoy, considered to be the greatest military genius of his time (175/238)
Statue of the Virgin Mary at Buda Castle (176/238)
A view of the Chain Bridge and the Danube River from the Buda Castle (177/238)
Soldier guarding the Presidential Building in the Castle of Buda (178/238)
Guarding the Presidential Building in the Castle of Buda (179/238)
The original statue of Pallas Athena was erected in 1785, this is a copy placed near Buda City Hall (180/238)
A closeup of a car on the Buda Castle Funicular Railway (181/238)
A warning on the Chain Bridge looking out over the Danube River (182/238)
Along the Grossglockner High Alpine Road in Austria (183/238)
Along the Grossglockner High Alpine Road in Austria (184/238)
Bycycling up the Grossglockner High Alpine Road in Austria (185/238)
This Gothic pilgrimage church of Saint Vincent of Saragossa, was built between 1460 and 1491, Heilingenblut Austria (186/238)
A view of Grossglockner from the town of Heilingenblut Austria (187/238)
The Pockhorn Branch Church, Heilingenblut, Austria (188/238)
Another view of Saint Vincent Church, Heilingenblut, Austria (189/238)
The St George Alter at the Weltenburg Abbey, Weltenburg, Germany (190/238)
The Kriegerbrunnen Fountain in Nördlingen, Germany (191/238)
St George’s Church in Nördlingen, Bavaria, Germany (192/238)
Inside St George’s Church in Nördlingen (193/238)
Inside St George’s Church in Nördlingen (194/238)
Pigs like are visible in many places in Nördlingen, a sign of good luck (195/238)
Harburg Castle in Harburg, Bavaria, dates back to 1150 (196/238)
The dining room in Harburg Castle getting ready for a Russian-American wedding (197/238)
A peek out the window at Harburg Castle (198/238)
A view inside the walls of Harburg Castle (199/238)
Inside Harburg Castle (200/238)
Harburg Castle in Harburg, Bavaria, Germany (201/238)
The mascot of the Weihenstephan Brewery in Freising Germany, the oldest brewery in the world (202/238)
Entrance to the Biergarten Terrace at the Weihenstephan Brewery (203/238)
Commemorating the Weihenstephan Brewery as the oldest brewery in the world (204/238)
The Lichtenstein (or Württemberg) Castle located near Honau in southern Germany (205/238)
Another view of the Lichtenstein Castle (206/238)
The entrance to the Lichtenstein Castle (207/238)
The Hohenzollern Castle, located atop Mt Hohenzollern in the Swabian Alps region of Baden-Württemberg (208/238)
Another view of the Hohenzollern Castle (209/238)
A relief of a medieval knight above the entrance to Hohenzollern Castle (210/238)
Guarding the Hohenzollern Castle (211/238)
The stone faced guard at Hohenzollern Castle (212/238)
Statue of Kaiser Wilhelm I, king of Prussia, at Hohenzollern Castle (213/238)
A view of the countryside from a corner of Hohenzollern Castle (214/238)
A view of the Protestant Chapel At Hohenzollern Castle (215/238)
Inside the courtyard at Hohenzollern Castle (216/238)
Friedrich Wilhelm IV, another Prissian King, at Hohenzollern Castle (217/238)
An equestrian statue on display at Hohenzollern Castle (218/238)
One of the elaborate rooms at Hohenzollern Castle (219/238)
A knight on display on the wall of Hohenzollern Castle (220/238)
The main dining hall at Hohenzollern Castle (221/238)
A statue at Hohenzollern Castle (222/238)
The Blue Room at Hohenzollern Castle (223/238)
An equestrian statue of Frederick The Great at Hohenzollern Castle (224/238)
The town Broderbach Germany along the Moselle River (225/238)
The Badische Kellerey Hotel in Kastellaun, Germany (226/238)
Inside the Catholic Church in Kastellaun, Germany (227/238)
The Reichsburg Cochem Castle on the Moselle River (228/238)
Another view of the Reichsburg Cochem Castle (229/238)
Cochem Germany viewed from Cochem Castle featuring the Church of St Martin (230/238)
The town of Cochem and the Moselle River viewed from Cochem Castle (231/238)
This statue looks out over the Moselle River Valley (232/238)
The entrance to Cochem Castle (233/238)
The remains of the Winneburg Castle near Cochem (234/238)
The Eltz Castle is a medieval castle still occupied by members of the Eltz family (235/238)
Another view of the Eltz Castle (236/238)
A wall hanging at the Eltz Castle (237/238)
A knight in full armor at Eltz Castle (238/238)