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• Blomberg ist eine Stadt in Lippe, Nordrhein-Westfalen. Blomberg besitzt eine gut erhaltene historische Altstadt mit rund 250 Fachwerkhäusern. Die erste Besiedlung des Stadtgebietes fand zwischen dem 6. und 8. Jahrhundert statt. Um die bestehende Burg entwickelte sich ein wichtiger Handelsplatz. Mitte des 13. Jahrhunderts erfolgte die Stadtgründung durch den Grafen Bernhard III. zur Lippe. Heute hat die Stadt rund 16.000 Einwohner.
Wanderer oder Biker können auf den markierten Rad- und Wanderwegen die waldreiche Naturlandschaft Blombergs erkunden.

• Blomberg is a town in Lippe, North Rhine-Westphalia. Blomberg owns a well-preserved historical Old Town with about 250 timber frame houses. The first settlement of the city took place between the 6th and 8th century. Around the existing castle an important commercial place developed. At the middle of 13th century Count Bernhard III to Lippe founded the town. Today the town has about 16,000 inhabitants.
Hikers or bikers can explore on marked cycle tracks and footpaths the natural, wood rich landscape of Blomberg.

  • Orange84 (Private)
    11 years 7 months ago
    Im Seligen Winkel
    A very idealistic picture, Manfred!
    • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
      11 years 7 months ago
      Привет Анна, спасибо за комментарий!  :-)
      Why do you think, the picture is idealistic? 
      It is not unreal and it is not from another planet! 
      It is pure reality.  :-)
  • Okinew (Private)
    11 years 7 months ago
    Altes Amtshaus am Pideritplatz
    These houses are fairytale beautiful!
    • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
      11 years 7 months ago
      Yes, dear Olga!  :-)
      In 1572 the manorial governor of Blomberg led to build this house. 
      As you see, it is maintained very well. The roof and the bricks between the timber frame were renewed surely, but the artfully carved oak skeleton is 440 years old!  
  • 11 years 8 months ago
    Halloween-castle-grimace :-)
    Ready for Halloween. My question: are these to scare away the ghosts or to invite them in? :-)
    • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
      11 years 8 months ago
      Oh, Gypsy!
      With the answer of your question I was demanded totally too much!  :-|
      Because me, however, the answer also interests, I tried to read me smartly. :-)
      Halloween is the result from religious traditions and from ancient heathenish traditions.   
      - In the religious origin to All Saints' Day the eternal light should shine to the good souls of dead persons. 
      - In the heathenish origin, fire and light is used to cast out evil spirits.
      Thus, dear Gypsy, I came to the result, that the illuminated pumpkins should keep the spirits away.  :-))
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