This photo of a bridge in Wroclaw is a little bit different to what you’re used to when you’re visiting my blog. I just couldn’t get a shot without some car or tram in the photo. So I decided to try something else and came up with that. What do you think?
The Tumski Bridge (Most Tumski) in Wroclaw, also called Lovers Bridge or Cathedral Bridge, leads to the Cathedral Area of Wroclaw. The name Lovers Bridge it got from the countless locks on it with which lovers are symboling their love. And the reason for the name Cathedral Bridge you can see in the background of the photo, the two towers of the Wroclaw Cathedral.
We decided to cross the river to take shots from the sunset and the skyline of cologne. But the bridge also offered some interesting views. This one is taken just before sunset when the sky just started to get more colorful.
Probably the most famous construction in my part of Berlin, the “Port Bridge of Tegel” how it’s called oficially. However, nobody is calling the bridge like that. It’s simply Sechserbrücke, a name that reaches back to times where you had to pay 5 Pfennig, called “Sechser”, to cross the river.
A new photo of the Japanese Garden in Wroclaw, as I really like the place. You find it in Wroclaw close to the Centennial Hall and I highly recommend you to visit it. I think the entrance costed only something like an euro and it was definitely worth it.