Flowery Houses in Miltenberg, Germany
I think I found just about the cutest town in Europe when I entered the little town of Miltenberg, Germany, situated on the Main River. It's considered a Lower Franconian town, Franconian meaning a group of medieval Germanic dialects spoken by the Franks in an area from Northern Bavaria and Alsace to the mouth of the Rhine. Since I didn't speak any of that, it didn't affect my visit to the town, snapping about 100 pictures in this town the size of a couple of acres, size limited by mountains and the river. The streets are cobblestone, the houses are largely timber-framed, the lanes are crooked, and I felt like I'd stepped back in time.
Another good thing about Miltenberg is that it's nestled amidst one of Germany's fine wine-producing regions.
FEATURED BY THREE FineArtAmerica.com GROUPS:
1. No Place Like Home, 10/17
2. Images That Excite You, 10/17
3. Your Very Best Photography, 2/28
Copyright Notice: All images on this web site are protected by the U.S. and international copyright laws, all rights reserved. The images may not be copied, reproduced, manipulated or used in any way, without written permission of Kay Brewer, Artist, and Kay Brewer Photographs, a licensed business. Any unauthorized usage will be prosecuted to the full extent of U.S. Copyright Law.
Miltenberg, Germany, architecture, houses, homes, Europe, street scene, Bavaria, Kay Brewer, Franconian, Main River, cobblestone street, medieval, brewer, photograph, photography, art for sale
MiltenbergGermanyarchitecturehouseshomesEuropestreet sceneBavariaKay BrewerFranconianMain Rivercobblestone streetmedievalbrewerphotographphotographyart for sale
From All Photos In Photography By Kay