Tag Archives: Hannover

New Developments on Old Stories

Just a short post today, because I seem to have caught a cold and am not feeling all that well. I suspect I caught it at the motorbike show I visited this weekend. Though at least I also found and … Continue reading

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Groundhog Day Linkdump

Yes, I know it was yesterday, but I’m certainly not going to call it Superbowl linkdump. The New York Times has a great article about Gérard de Villiers, a French writer of pulpy spy novels, which happen to be oddly … Continue reading

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Hannover Photos Part 2 – Official Buildings, Monuments and Modern Architecture

Here’s the second installment of my series of photos taken during my recent trip to Hannover. Part 1 is here. There’s a lot of official buildings in this post, because Hannover was a longterm ducal residence, an independent kingdom for … Continue reading

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Hannover Photos 1 – Medieval Buildings, Brickwork and Guerilla art

Wednesday, I took the daytrip by train to Hannover. Hannover is the state capital of my home state of Lower Saxony, nonetheless I get to go there very often and if I do, it’s mostly just passing through. I think … Continue reading

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