Lübeck
2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek - this was a free Hanseatic merchant city until after WWII. These are Medieval warehouses with winches at the top to hoist up merchandise from river boats to store for transhipment.

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – this was a free Hanseatic merchant city until after WWII. These are Medieval warehouses with winches at the top to hoist up merchandise from river boats to store for transhipment.

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – this was a free Hanseatic merchant city until after WWII. These are Medieval warehouses with winches at the top to hoist up merchandise from river boats to store for transhipment. a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2009-09-27 Lübeck, View Along the River Trave

2009-09-27 Lübeck, View Along the River Trave

2009-09-27 Lübeck, View Along the River Trave a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter With the decline of Visby on the island of Gotland around 1300 AD, the center of Baltic merchant activity moved to the city of Lübeck on the Trave River which connected the city with the German interior...
2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek - in the 13th century, well ahead of its time, Lubeck built a home for the poor and destitute which is still preserved. The rooms were small but the Heilige Geist (Holy Gh

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – in the 13th century, well ahead of its time, Lubeck built a home for the poor and destitute which is still preserved. The rooms were small but the Heilige Geist (Holy Gh

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – in the 13th century, well ahead of its time, Lubeck built a home for the poor and destitute which is still preserved. The rooms were small but the Heilige Geist (Holy Gh a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek - the Heilige Geist Hospital was built in the 13th century to house the poor, aged, and sick. This was the beginning of Humanism of the Renaissance

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – the Heilige Geist Hospital was built in the 13th century to house the poor, aged, and sick. This was the beginning of Humanism of the Renaissance

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – the Heilige Geist Hospital was built in the 13th century to house the poor, aged, and sick. This was the beginning of Humanism of the Renaissance a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek - St. Mary's Basilica which was bombed in WWII and burned. These bells fell to the ground during the fire and have remained here as a reminder of the horrors of war.

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – St. Mary’s Basilica which was bombed in WWII and burned. These bells fell to the ground during the fire and have remained here as a reminder of the horrors of war.

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – St. Mary’s Basilica which was bombed in WWII and burned. These bells fell to the ground during the fire and have remained here as a reminder of the horrors of war. a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek - St. Mary's basilica was originally a catholic church but was converted during the reformation and painted white with flowers and vines.

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – St. Mary’s basilica was originally a catholic church but was converted during the reformation and painted white with flowers and vines.

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – St. Mary’s basilica was originally a catholic church but was converted during the reformation and painted white with flowers and vines. a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek - there is a puppet theater on one of the tiny streets

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – there is a puppet theater on one of the tiny streets

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – there is a puppet theater on one of the tiny streets a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek - in front are the Medieval warehouses along the river and to the right is the Holstein Gate, the only remains of the old fortifications

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – in front are the Medieval warehouses along the river and to the right is the Holstein Gate, the only remains of the old fortifications

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – in front are the Medieval warehouses along the river and to the right is the Holstein Gate, the only remains of the old fortifications a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2010-09-01 Germany, , Lübeck - inside the Dom, or cathedral which was started in started in 1173 by Henry the Lion. This altar survived the bombing of WWII and is by Berndt Notke

2010-09-01 Germany, , Lübeck – inside the Dom, or cathedral which was started in started in 1173 by Henry the Lion. This altar survived the bombing of WWII and is by Berndt Notke

2010-09-01 Germany, , Lübeck – inside the Dom, or cathedral which was started in started in 1173 by Henry the Lion. This altar survived the bombing of WWII and is by Berndt Notke a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2010-09-01 Germany, Lübeck - View of the old Hanseatic town from the tower of St. Peter's church

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübeck – View of the old Hanseatic town from the tower of St. Peter’s church

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübeck – View of the old Hanseatic town from the tower of St. Peter’s church a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2010-09-01 Germany, , Lübeck - View of St. Mary's basilica from St. Peter's tower

2010-09-01 Germany, , Lübeck – View of St. Mary’s basilica from St. Peter’s tower

2010-09-01 Germany, , Lübeck – View of St. Mary’s basilica from St. Peter’s tower a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter
2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek - view of the Dom, or Cathedral from St. Peter's tower

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – view of the Dom, or Cathedral from St. Peter’s tower

2010-09-01 Germany, Lübek – view of the Dom, or Cathedral from St. Peter’s tower a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter