A few pictures, not so many words.

Berner Nachbetrachtung II – Wasser in Mengen

Bern-CH, Untertorbrücke

Auf der Untertorbrücke in Richtung Nordwesten

Bern ohne seinen Fluss ist undenkbar. Die frühen Siedlungen, die später Bern ergeben sollten haben schon in den Windungen der Aare gebaut. Der Fluss ist der längste, der sowohl seine Quelle als auch sein Ende in der Schweiz hat.

Allein in Bern unterfließt die Aare 18 Brücken, rund um die Altstadt die eine oder andere große und optisch beeindruckende.

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14 responses

  1. Nice shots!

    11/06/2012 at 14:08

  2. Very cool photos…I love Germany…I have friends in Wuppertal…so glad you stopped by my blog, so I could get to meet you…thanks…looking forward to following your blog…

    11/06/2012 at 14:43

    • Thanks a lot for your comments, Kris🙂 More pictures and posts about Switzerland and Germany are coming soon so stay tuned. Thanks so much for following🙂

      11/06/2012 at 14:51

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  4. If only I can understand what the text means! The pictures are stunning.

    12/06/2012 at 16:11

    • Hehe, thanks so much🙂 It’s not really too important. It just introduces to the pictures stating that the river (Aare) is floating beneath 18 bridges in the town and is shaping it quite excessively

      12/06/2012 at 16:23

      • thanks for the explanation! cheers🙂

        12/06/2012 at 16:31

  5. Very nice pictures, I would love to learn how to do stunning night shots like these; awesome🙂 thanks for stopping by my blog🙂

    12/06/2012 at 17:53

    • thanks for your compliments. Your pictures are pretty good, too at your place🙂

      12/06/2012 at 18:18

      • Thanks, starting out🙂

        12/06/2012 at 21:26

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