Photographer's Note

Bremen. The state-city joined the Hansa in 1'260. Though it was relegated a couple of times of the League, still is called today "Free Hanseatic City of Bremen". On the plate, cars have the sign "HB", for Hansacity Bremen.
We did not know that there was a feast in Bremen. So we were happy to find this beautiful atmosphere, with bands playing dixieland music, though it was difficult to catch all the beauty of the building on the left side.
This building is the town hall, listed as World Heritage by Unesco. Is one of the beautyfuliest buildings I saw in my life. At least once it was burned when people protested against the taxes when the city wanted to buy the harbour-city Bremerhafen.
On the right side, the St. Peter's Cathedral. The whole square, the Marketplace.
Perhaps too much distortion because a used a wide angle lens. The other option was to take several pictures and to stitch them, but I do not know what could be the result with so many people moving around me.

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