Lübeck, located in northern Germany, was once one of the richest and most powerful cities in Europe. Its outstanding protection of ancient buildings makes Lübeck a destination for tourists from all over the world. A large number of medieval monuments are still preserved in the ancient city, which is of great value for studying the history of Lübeck.
There are various Gothic, Baroque and Rococo buildings on the curved path of the Puppet Theater Museum. The little evil dragon reveals all kinds of cuteness. I bought a lot of marzipan in the famous marzipan store and ate it while feeling guilty. Passing by a church, I was not allowed to enter, but found that the church was simple and simple, there was no stool, only a small group of people surrounded the pastor/priest. Feeling peaceful and beautiful, I couldn't help but take a photo, and then left quietly.
Hanseatic Queen Lubeck, a jewel of the Maritime Trade Alliance. Those inconspicuous across the avenue went into the alleys with caves in the sky, where the flowers of other people's houses and the cats of others stopped. It turns out that brick buildings can also be so beautiful. The light rain makes the bricks full of different luster, with sweet to a little greasy marzipan, this situation is just right.
I heard that Lubeck is a famous tourist city in Northern Europe
Known by the locals as "Liu Bikai"/"Charming Place"
I also heard that it was once one of the richest and most powerful cities in Europe
Mainly because the ancient buildings are too well protected
Restore the style of European medieval cities
Lubeck, a small town with only 28 square kilometers and a population of just over 20,000 people, is actually one of the five most developed commercial towns in Germany. A trip to Lübeck full of expectations! [Shy][shy] picturesque
Preston_Dominguez: Lubeck, Germany
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Lübeck Academy of Music,St Mary's Church,Holstentor,Lubeck Oldtown),Buddenbrookhaus