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Strolling Through Lübeck’s Old Town

I enjoyed the Old Town of Lübeck so much. Cobblestone streets with pastel-colored buildings and interesting architecture. The windowboxes of red geraniums that always make me think of Germany. Same with the lace curtains. The author Thomas Mann was born … Continue reading

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Lübeck, Germany

Lübeck is a city in northern Germany and was the medieval capital of the Hanseatic League trading confederation. It’s known for brick Gothic architecture. In 2015, it had a population of 218,523. The Holstentor (Holsten Gate) is a city gate … Continue reading

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Café Niederegger

One of the prettiest cafes I’ve ever been to is Café Niederegger in Lübeck, Germany. Isn’t the exterior amazing? Master confectioner Johann Georg Niederegger founded the establishment in 1806. I had no idea Niederegger was world-famous for its marzipan. Johan’s … Continue reading

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