Monday, 29 February 2016


Happy Holidays from Romania! Looks like this mouse is ready to party lol

Received: 12.01.2016 

1. Town Hall stairs 2. Citadel Gate 3. Holsten Gate 4. Holy Spirit Hospital

Some extra blank cards that I received :)

The front of the card details a brief history on the Hanseatic City of Lübeck. To keep it even more brief the city was established in 1143 and is located on the Baltic Sea. It became a free imperial city in 1226 and the leading city of the Hanseatic League. At the end of the League in the 16th century and 30 Years War (1618-48), Lübeck was doing relatively well for itself until the Napoleonic Wars and the economy fell on hard times. The city becomes apart of the state of Schleswig-Holstein and is considered an UNESCO world heritage site.

The Post-Cistercian monastery complex in Lubiqz, 12th century (at present the Baroque building from the 17th-18th century) one of the biggest and most wonderful in Europe. Since 1991 the complex is being renovated by the Lubiqz Fund. 
The Blessed Virgin Mary's Gothic church from 14th century. The summer reflectory. The twin towered facade of the Blessed Virgin Mary's church. The 223m long Baroque facade. The Prince's Hall. The Monastery Complex (general view.)

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