On the way from Stuttgart to München we stopped in Ulm.
I knew there’s something about the church (Münster) in Ulm, but didn’t quite know what it was. On a first impression, it is tall,
Wikipedia told us that it actually has the highest church tower in the world. (!). This one:
Satisfied, we decided to also stop in Augsburg. Walking underneath archades
we reached the City Hall square,
where the atmosphere was relaxed,
in spite of the fact that the statue of the Roman Emperor Augustus kept trying to touch the tower.
He founded the city, in the year 52 B.C., hence the statue.
Then we left.
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LOL. Funny bit about Augustus trying to touch the tower. LOL!