Photographer's Note

The city of Braubach has an antiquity of 725 years and she is in the heart of Germany, where there join the rivers Rhine and Mosel and Lahn.
Braubach, the town vinícola and of the roses, is the most northerly of the towns that arose in the vales along the bank of the Rhine. It is characterized by his houses with the frontages entramadas and his alleys. The town surrounds falciformemente the hillock Burgberg and the castle Marksburg.

The castle Marksburg is characterized by his place and by his unassailable construction. Of all the castles placed in the high places of the mounts along the average Rhine, it is the only one that has come intact until our days.

Monument of the warrior:
This tower construída with old stones, it is located in the public garden of Braubach and remembers the fallen citizens of Braubach in the wars of 1870/71 and 1914-18.

Two WS with these architectures separately.

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