Überlingen Roofs Germany – Looking up at a bit of history

Uberlingen roofs by Tatiana Travelways

Uberlingen Roofs Germany (Überlingen in German)

Uberlingen Roofs by Tatiana Travelways

When traveling and wandering the streets of a city or town, I like to look up to see roofs, windows, towers and all kinds of architectural elements. People living in an urban area for many years usually pass in a hurry ignoring things that only tourists look at… what a miss!

The German spirit in architecture

Überlingen is a beautiful historic city on Lake Constance (Bodensee), Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It dates back to Roman time. During the history many architectural European styles have been developed from Roman, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, to Classic and Modern.

However, not only in this city, but throughout the whole country, there is something specific. That thing tells you that you are in Germany and not anywhere else. This comes from the local master architects, sculptors, craftsmen and German artists – well known for their talent.

My photo shows the clock tower of the Birnau church – one of the most beautiful pilgrimage church in Baden-Wurttemberg, raising above the Uberlingen roofs. The church has a Baroque architecture, BTW.

Uberlingen roofs Germany as art print

** The Uberlingen roofs in Germany picture it’s also available as art print for wall, home decor and gifts. Click on it to see options on print types, sizes and prices.

Uberlingen Roofs framed print by Tatiana Travelways

Uberlingen Roofs Germany framed wall art print by Tatiana Travelways.

PS: If you like German architecture, I think that a Throw Pillow with the the Uberlingen roofs will nicely fit on your sofa. Click on it for sizes options:

Uberlingen pillow

However, the picture can be used to decorate your bathroom, as well as a fashion accessory.

For the fun of WP challenges, I posted it to:

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge: Look Up

Weekly Photo Challenge: Things in a Row

3 Comments on “Überlingen Roofs Germany – Looking up at a bit of history

  1. Love all the angles juxtaposed with the circle of the clock and the curved lines of the top roof

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