Water!

Water!

Water !   by Thomas Büser Madrid may be located on a dry plateau. But if you think there is no river here, you are mistaken. A look at the virtual map is not exactly encouraging: the much-travelled Spanish coasts are between 350 and 600 kilometres away. Larger...
History of the city of Augsburg

History of the city of Augsburg

History of the city of Augsburg   by Christian Schaller Antiquity and the Middle Ages: From Roman Provincial Capital to Medieval Imperial City Since ancient times, the foothills of the Alps have been considered an important crossroads for numerous supra-regional...
The Mercury Fountain and the Hercules Fountain

The Mercury Fountain and the Hercules Fountain

The Mercury Fountain and the Hercules Fountain       by Christian Schaller The Mercury Fountain and the Hercules Fountain by Adriaen de Vries in Augsburg In the Middle Ages, Augsburg had grown into one of the most important cities of the Holy Roman Empire and was...
Glass of water with coffee

Glass of water with coffee

Glass of water with coffee by Thomas Stiegler Many stories entwine themselves surrounding the glass of water with the coffee! The most widespread assumption is certainly that it should serve to compensate for the loss of fluid caused by coffee. Which is not entirely...
Augusta Vindelicum – Augsburg in the Roman period

Augusta Vindelicum – Augsburg in the Roman period

Augusta Vindelicum     by Christian Schaller Augusta Vindelicum – Augsburg in the Roman period The Bavarian-Swabian Augsburg is – next to places like Trier, Kempten or Worms – one of the oldest cities in Germany. A legion camp on the Wertach...
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