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Eisenach was indeed our next destination. This city, which is located about 50 kilometers to the west of Erfurt, has seen its fair share of important historical figures like Martin Luther, Wagner, Goethe and Bach who was born here. Since Lars and I are both big fans of the latter, we had a quick look at the house where he…

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An Architectural Gem in Erfurt

If you don’t have a lot of time in Erfurt, we really recommend you to visit the cathedral. You cannot miss it; it is situated in the center of the city, on a high hill. I was a bit confused when I first saw it. It seemed to be such a big building with towers in different shapes and sizes…

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Small Ears

Once you pass the children’s farm, the park becomes a lot more interesting. You follow the path, that takes you down in a forest. Along the path, different signs tell you everything you always wanted to know about bears: the different species, how and where they live, what food they eat, and so on. Unfortunately, the information is only in…

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Arriving in Wörbis

So, after a couple of interesting stops, Lars and I reached our final destination of that day: Wörbis. The village itself is quite small and its main attraction lies outside the center: the Alternativer Bärenpark (Alternative Bear Park). When you enter the park, it looks quite small. And the first thing you see are no bears, but a children’s farm.…

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