ABANDONED LOWER BAVARIA, GERMANY


Bavaria is one of the richest German regions lying in the very South of the country. Hence, cities and villages usually look just perfectly arranged and very tidy. So I was really happy to find in direct neighbourhood of such proper order in the old city of Dingolfing at Lower Bavaria something else: an amazing rotten site simply forgotten by the course of time and modern history.

 

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I like travelling through the diverse realities and cultures of this world not only as a tourist. Nature, history of ancient sites or creative works are fascinating me however also abandoned places or ordinary things can be just magical and amazing. The multiple aspects and rich diversity of our blue planet need to be however nourished and protected. Please be so kind to respect that all texts, graphics or photos in this blog are protected by copyright. Unless otherwise mentioned by naming the individuali author, creator, designer or photographer all copyrights hold by suburban tracks. This is moreover an AWARD FREE BLOG! Thank you in advance for appreciation and kind understanding. COMMENTS ARE WELCOMED IN GERMAN, FRENCH OR ENGLISH!

19 thoughts on “ABANDONED LOWER BAVARIA, GERMANY”

    1. Thank you … just one of my intuitive findings on travelling when going to a bakery very early in the morning where this site just lying around the corner quite unexpectedly. Making photos just the 2nd step and a nice game for me usually ๐Ÿ™‚

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  1. I so enjoyed looking through these photos. Just the sort of place I like to wander through and imagine all the stories and folks who have lived there. Such history is very compelling, perhaps because I live in a historically young country? Did you mean to link this to my abandoned theme last time I posted on Friendly Friday? Or the remote theme for this week? Either way I am glad you linked so I could see this.

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    1. I feel quite often at such places the energies left by former residents clearly (which may be also very negative at times). The past continues in the presence, but I think there are no fixed rules for this – definitely a basis of spooky and mythical stories which always fascinated people here on our Earth.

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