Sean Linnane: ROTHENBURG

Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a town in the district of Ansbach, in the Bavarian region of Germany. The name means “Red fortress above the Tauber” as it is situated along the Tauber River. It is a town that remains in a time gone by, dating back to the year 1170. This town is known for its protective wall that still surrounds it to this day, built in the 13th Century.

via Sean Linnane: ROTHENBURG.


I was lucky enough to live just minutes away from Rothenburg. It was a fantastic little town, and a great place to take a date. And Christmastime? Wonderful. Go to Sean’s place and enjoy some lovely pics.

4 thoughts on “Sean Linnane: ROTHENBURG”

  1. I can’t believe xbrad hasn’t done a piece on Bamberg. I thought a Wonderful place to be stationed.

    1. Most of the time I was “stationed” at Bamberg, I was in Saudi Arabia or Iraq. I knew how to get to the Green Goose. That was about it. Virtually all my friends were either at Illeshiem or Vilsek, so whenever I had time off, I tried to visit them. What little I saw of Bamberg was great, but I just din’t take the time to appreciate it. Sue me.

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