Sunday, 25 March 2012

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the Partnach river flowing through the city

Garmisch-Partenkirchen is known for the Four Hills Tournament in Ski Jumping, its beautiful houses with wall paintings and the nature surrounding the city. In this article you can see a Ski Jump picture from a distance but we focus more on the Partnach River flowing through the city. In one of the alleys we even saw a small watermill. If you look over the roofs of the houses or towards the end of the streets you see mountains.

Garmich-Partenkirchen staat bekend om het Vierschansentoernooi in schansspringen, zijn mooie huizen met muurschilderingen en de natuur die zich met de stad integreert. In dit artikel kan je een foto zien van de ski schans maar we focussen meer op de Partnach Rivier die door de stad stroomt. Op een smal wandelpad kwamen we zelfs een kleine watermolen tegen. Als je boven de daken of naar het einde van de straten kijkt zie je overal de bergen..

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Previous Garmish-Partenkirche article: Walking on the banks of the Eibsee and pictures from in the funicular

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21 comments:

  1. Indrukken en ervaringen die je meeneemt, Filip, voor heel lang...
    Lie(f)s.

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  2. Oberammergau next? in 2020!
    Nice pictures. Hanne has recognized your photos- she has been there too!

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  3. At the beginning, I thought this place was either in Switzerland or Austria. Never thought Germany has such kind of lovely place too. Do check out my Austria post http://dianateo-dt.blogspot.com/2011/12/tyrol-austria.html

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  4. Quite a picturesque place to live. It looks so cold with the snow in the mountains, but I see people not wearing heavy coats.

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  5. This is such a different place from what you usually post. I do love the paintings on that one building, and the little town square...

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  6. Very charming town, and I notice no snow on the ground and people walking without coats.

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  7. To be everyday living next to nature, it is really wonderful...
    and I have been teaching for 30 years, maybe experience allows me to explain things better, classes are more interactive, but I enjoyed the interaction more as I am more and more able to deal with questions easier ...

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  8. It looks like a very picturesque town and setting.

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  9. like our northern state of New Hampshire



    Aloha from Honolulu
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  10. Coucou!! elles sont superbes tes photos!!! merci du partage car on connait surtout cette vielle grâce aux sauts à ski le 1er de l'an!!!!!! Bisous

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  11. Je laat me weer fijn mee genieten! Erg mooi, groetjes Cristien.

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  12. did u also enjoy the lovely painted houses? is my nr 1 there:-)

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  13. we zien deze beelden elk jaar op 1 januari ! well done !

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  14. Woow. Great landscapes! I love water mill.

    Greetings, Carmen

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  15. Thank you for sharing these marvelous photos !!! I would love to see this place someday !!!

    Aligaga

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  16. Leuke serie Filip. Ik wil wel geloeven dat jullie gezellige dagen hebben gehad aldaar.

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  17. Beautiful snow mountain behind. :)
    Love your photos shared.

    mt
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  18. Wunderbare Urlaubsimpressionen, sehr schöne Serie...
    Liebe Grüße, Karin

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