The Nieme is a 16 kilometers long river starting in the Bramwald near Varlosen and running into river Weser near Bursfelde, Hann. Münden, Germany. It then runs through a wonderful valley and sometimes cuts deep into the landscape. At its end the section has been changed by humans multiple times and has now been brought back to its natural look. Continue reading “Niemetal”
Hidden in the forest between Hemeln and Glashütte belonging to Hann. Münden, Germany you can find the ruin Bramburg. It dates back to the 11th century CE and today you can see the well-preserved donjon and some rests of the walls. You can’t enter the building but it is nice to explore the area and the forest surrounding it. Continue reading “Bramburg”
The Café an der Werrabrücke can be found at one of the best locations at Hann. Münden, Germany: from inside you can watch the old stone bridge over river Werra. The area along the river – the Dielengraben – has been redesigned recently and is now home to two outdoor parties (the ‘Dielengrabenfest‘ and the ‘Brückenfest am Dielengraben‘). Continue reading “An der Werrabrücke”
There are many reasons to get to Bursfelde belonging to Hann. Münden, Germany: the fantastic cloister, the nice breakfast at the Klostermühle and the nice path along river Nieme through its valley. If you just want a short walk you should try the Klaus-Bahlsen-Pfad around the cloister. Continue reading “Nieme & Weser”
I didn’t know what to expect when we decided to go to the restaurant “Zum Weserblick” at Hann. Münden, Germany. It is located quite remote at the outskirts of the already remote city quarter Gimte. And the name seemed to be unusual is I read that they are also serving specialties from Sri Lanka. Continue reading “Sri Lanka at the Weser”
The current Jewish cemetery of Hann. Münden, Germany is located at the city quarter Gimte next to the mountain Questenberg. You have to follow the street Heidewinkel, pass under the old railway track and behind that you can park your car and walk 200 meters up the hill to find it.
It’s a nice idea you can find nowadays in many German cities: people get together on a public place to have breakfast together and collect donations. At Hann. Münden, Germany the Spendenparlament organizes the Bürgerfrühstück and for every table they receive 50 Euros which they use to support projects and organizations within the city.
There are different options to have a good pizza at Hann. Münden, Germany. One of them that the locals prefer for ordering pizza was Carusos Pizza-Eck near the Welfenschloß – there you could also sit inside and eat. In 2018 the owner shifted its business to the river island Tanzwerder and named it Carmines Pizza.