According to its website, Quedlinburg is a “charming mediaeval city” which I can only confirm. Yesterday, we went there because of “Advent in the courtyards” – lots of small markets taking place in the yards all over the city – and it was wonderful. Many of the vendors sold unique, handmade things and I simply enjoyed the whole atmosphere that was produced by the old buildings, light and decoration. If you don’t know it yet, you should definitely pay Quedlinburg a visit!
I spotted these darling Russian ladies on some street. They were singing along to folk music on their portable radio and looked so great in their costumes.
wow, das sieht total hinreißend und idyllisch aus!
Die zwei alten Ladys sind ja wirklich süß :)
I seriously need to get there.
That town looks like the loveliest place on the face of this earth!
Ich hab heute noch von Quedlinburg gesprochen- ich mag die Stadt auch sehr gerne. :)
danke, ihr lieben! es war wirklich schön da. ich bin auch ein großer fan von quedlinburg.
und nina: danke vielmals für deinen brief, bin gerade am lesen. (;
yes, it’s incredibly pretty. there are little half-timbered houses everywhere!
So old-world charming. The city looks delightful and the old buildings are even more magical with the Christmas decorations. I want to go there for Christmas.
Oh! Great pictures! I love the mood! Ich hab über diese Stadt vorher nicht gehört, danke!
Looks very charming! I love the picture with the old kettle by the window. I think there arequite many places like that in Germany, right? I’ve been to some similar to Quedlinburg (I’d suppose) when on vacation with my family many years ago.
This summer I travelled around Romania and fell in love with the small medieval town of Sighisoara totally, it was so beautiful and still in very oroginal shape, (it’s wort to image-google up).