Cologne is best known for diving. The artillery fire of World War II left dozens of shipwrecks here. Shipwreck hunting is a unique feature here. But if you want to dive, you can touch the shipwreck. Generally snorkeling can only be seen. Followed by the beauty of the mirror lake. There are many places in Palawan. The bay surrounded by karst terrain forms a lake like a lake. The boats can't pass. They can only go in from the side of the island, or swim in the gaps in the island. The place is called the lagoon. There are many routes in Cologne Island, and we are taking the nearest blue and green.
I was leaving Cologne that night. I was still unwilling to take photos of the best location of Cologne Cathedral on the other side of the Hohenzollern Bridge. Even the deceased husband and the half-resident husband along the river. Taking a photo or hh/ squatting early, we took a closer look at the lock on the Hohenzollern Bridge and wanted to see when it was first hanged. Many locks have rusted and there have been years of sedimentation. Some locks are just like the new ones that have just been hung up. Each lock has an affection. No matter love, affection, friendship, it is worth cherishing
there is a ladder under the bridge for the tourists to sit on the floor, drink beer, talk Chatting, slowly watching the sunset, there are some dark clouds, but at some point, the sun shines out of the bridge hole, very lucky, I recorded it and took the video.
Time has passed 9 o'clock, it is impossible to wait for the dark, our ship will leave here at 10 o'clock, it is not bad to photograph Cologne under the afterglow of the sunset, very beautiful, I am very satisfied
The boat started to drive, and came to the deck to photograph the Cologne church under the night.
Cologne is a city of heavy industry north of the Alps, known as the "Northern Rome". In the Roman era of 37 BC, the son-in-law of the Roman Emperor Augustus, Agrippi, built a city here. As a colonial city of Rome, the city name of Cologne evolved from Colonial. In 50 AD, Roman Emperor Claudia was born here and officially named it Cologne. Wake up from the gentle morning light of the Rhine, the Viking cruise ship has been opened to the opposite side of Cologne Cathedral, and you can see it in a blink of an eye, and you can't help but breathe. The
Hohenzollern Bridge, which is named after the German family Hohenzollern, crosses the Rhine and is an integral part of the Cologne Cathedral landscape. Here, 1,200 trains pass every day, making it the most bridged train in Europe. The four prestigious emperor sculptures of William I, William II, William III and William IV stood at the bridge and guarded the city.
Although Cologne Cathedral is the first classic here, for many lovers, the love bridge on the Rhine is obviously more attractive. It seems that hanging a lock with two names on the bridge locks the eternal love. Here, you can see hundreds of thousands of love locks, heart-shaped locks, and different locks. They are different in shape, different in size, and colorful in color, making them the best wall for taking pictures.
Love is romantic, "lock of love" is heavy. The German railway department is also worried about the crushing bridge, but no one can stop the love
Cologne is a very famous city in Germany, and it has been listed by many as a stop for Germany. At the same time, Cologne is also a famous city north of the Alps, and is known as the "Roman of the North". In the Roman era of 37 BC, the Roman Emperor Augustus's son-in-law, Agrippi, built a city here. It was a colonial city of Rome. Its city name evolved from Colonial, which became a military fortress of the Roman Empire. In 50 AD, the city was the birthplace of Roman Emperor Claudia and officially named Cologne. The
Hohenzollern Bridge is the second most popular attraction in Cologne after Cologne Cathedral. Built in 1907, the bridge spans the Rhine and is one of the most important hubs of the German and European railway networks. The romantic wave of the bridge in 2008 made the Hohenzollern Bridge slowly covered by love locks and became a unique landscape.
Old Market Square, the fountain in the middle of the square is the statue of the legendary Wilter from the poor farmer to the cavalry general during the German 30-year war (Jan von Werth), the relief below the statue depicts his legend The scene in the story.
Travel to Germany, Germany Sausage is definitely not to be missed. It is said that in Germany, there are sausage varieties that can be proud of everywhere, and the sausages in Gttingen and Regensburg have been famous since the Middle Ages.