Pictures: A Walking Tour of Hannover, Germany, on the Red Thread, Part I

Hannover New Town Hall Rathaus

On September 8th, 2012, just 6 days after my arrival in Germany, The Wife and I began the first part of our ongoing walking tours of Hannover. We followed “The Red Thread,” which totally sounds like a yarn shop for old ladies, but is actually the main tourist circuit through the city. We barely made it through half of the tour on our first day, so I would expect these posts to continue for some time because the Red Thread is one long mother.

Here are the pictures. Click one of them to open the gallery. We hope you like them!

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9 responses to “Pictures: A Walking Tour of Hannover, Germany, on the Red Thread, Part I

  1. You know, you just should have claimed the back light pictures of the Rathaus are art, not everyone can do this! Incidentally, my husband finds the term rat house highly amusing. If only he knew…

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  2. ha ha ha, ‘like a naughty schoolgirl…” loved.

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  3. Great job! I loved this virtual tour…

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  4. Hey, really, that’s a great post. I like your comments to the pictures. Hope you enjoy your stay here in Han(n)over. I’m looking forward to your next Hanover-exploration report!

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