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Lenze Radltouren 2010

Radsport-Ausdauertraining mit Freunden und Kollegen von Lenze.
Lenze ist eine Firma, die Automatisierungssysteme und Industrieantriebe entwickelt und produziert. Siehe hier: http://www.lenze.de/
Zum Weserbergland gehören Teile von Niedersachsen, Hessen und Nordrhein-Westfalen. Städte des Weserberglandes sind Holzminden, Höxter, Bodenwerder, Hameln, Rinteln, Vlotho, Lemgo und Detmold.

Cycling condition training with friends and colleagues of Lenze.
Lenze is a company, that developes and produces automation systems and industrial drives. Look here: http://www.lenze.com/en/home/
Weserbergland is a hilly region (thus the name, Bergland = hilly region) in Germany (parts of Lower Saxony, Hesse and North Rhine-Westphalia) near the river Weser. Cities of this region are Holzminden, Höxter, Bodenwerder, Hameln, Rinteln, Vlotho, Lemgo and Detmold.

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Manfred Tinebor

Ruine der Eversteiner Burg bei Polle

Die Burg wurde im 12. Jahrhundert erbaut und im Dreißigjährigen Krieg 1641 von schwedischen Truppen zerstört. Sie blieb seitdem Ruine.

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  • Carolynd411 (Private)
    14 years ago
    This is such a powerful photo. It's so awesome to see these magnificent ruins of former castles, knowing they were built in the years 1000, 1100, 1200, etc. That even a brick or foundation could be found of dwellings dating so far back in history is an overwhelming thought. I was amazed at the numbers of such ruins along the Rhine River. It makes one long to know who lived behind these walls; what was their lifestyle; what did they do every day; and a thousand other questions. More often than not, we're left to fantasize about their world. At least--this way--we can give them the happy ending they so deserved. This is the "stuff" of which great books are written.
    Luv ya!
    Sweet Caroline
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