Photographer's Note

Recently ikeharel has written a nice comment under my photo from Lubeck and I realized that I have posted a really tiny version of it at that time. That is why I decided to repost it here. It was taken from a less popular POV. In fact people from Lubeck needed a while to figure out where it was taken from. That is the best satisfaction ever to discover beautiful views unknown even for locals.

Lubeck is sometimes called "the town of seven spires" because there are seven sharp towers preserved in the old town. The tower visible in this photo belongs to St Jacobi church. The old town of Lubeck is located on a river island in the middle of River Trave. Lubeck has a very rich history which includes successful invasion and burning down Copenhagen and in general being sort of capital of the Baltic Sea in the middle ages, now it is still certainly "the Marzipan Capital of the World". I have lived in Lubeck for 2.5 years.

Click here for a bit larger and sharper version.

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Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3998 W: 91 N: 10391] (42843)
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