Photographer's Note

Many foreigners asssociate Germany with romanticism, half-timbered houses with red roofs, crooked streets and alleys. Some of them think that these attributes can only be found in Bavaria.

To be honest: Hessia is even more prone to be like that.

Frankenberg on Eder is a town of approx. 18.000 inhabitants where North Hessia meets Middle Hessia. The city was completely destroyed in a 1486 firestorm, regaining her importance only gradually during several centuries.

The magnificent town hall of 1513 is very interesting, and I regret that I only have a picture of limited quality to offer.

Taken on film with Canon A1, scan from paper print.

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