Saturday, July 09, 2011

Externsteine





The Externsteine are five sandstone pillars and the tallest is 38 m high. The Externsteine were a centre of religious activity for the Teutonic peoples and their predecessors prior to the arrival of Christianity in northern Europe

13 comments:

bbtoo said...

It's really nice place. Very nice pictures. Hi there I've added your link to my blog. If you don't mind can you do the same for me please? Thanks so much. Have a great weekend

A Mom said...

nice blog, so i added you. hope you do the same. have a great weekend!

Linda said...

Breathtaking photos! Thanks for sharing them... : )

Ros Marya Yasintha said...

sehr schön..... Ich will unbedingt mal wieder dort hin ^^

Terrans said...

It is fascinating how they build this bridge between the pillars. It must be claustrophobic climbing there.

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Tomas Karkalas said...

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Umihoney said...

terima kasih for sharing. Nice shots.Beautiful scenery with interesting history

Take care sahabat
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Adel said...

Those large rocks are for real, it is very historic, good thing it is still taken care of. Nice post reminds me of our history!

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The Externsteine [ˈɛkstɐnʃtaɪnə] are a distinctive rock formation located in Ostwestfalen-Lippe of northwestern Germany, not far from the city of Detmold at ...

Rockbleeder said...

Interesting blog. I love the historical sites photos. :)

Sharkbytes said...

Very cool place. Where is it?

Almegdad said...

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