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Beneath their flowers …

… spiky and spiral patterns of the 6,500 kinds of succulent plants at the Succulent plant collection of  Zürich.

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Reopening

The Gotthard mountain pass got cleaned of snow and reopened after the winter break.

A sunny opportunity to drive to the wonderful inner Switzerland  …

… through the left over snow…

… to finally reach the Gotthard Pass at 2,106 meters on the sea level. Click to zoom in each picture and enjoy the last snow of the year.

Along the timber road

Along the German timber road you might meet the town of Einbeck and its traditional timbered  houses. Click to zoom in.

 

 

 

 

 

Spring way

From Austria (South) to Denmark (North), the A 7 motorway gives scenic escapes through the German countryside.

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Color parade

All the colors of Sechseläuten parade in Zurich. The work unions walk through the city to celebrate the end of winter. Click to zoom in.

In the space between

Natural and man made pillars in Mantua and surrounding region. Click to zoom in.

Corridors of power

The House of Gonzaga ruled Mantua and close-by town from 1300 to 1700 AC. Renaissance found in Gonzagas strong supporters: the wealthy family sponsored  architects and painters to decorate the region of Mantua with palaces, galleries and theaters among the most beautiful in Italy.

The Gallery of the Ancients (1584 AC), Sabbioneta

The covered market (1536 AC), Mantua

The equestrian staircase up to Mantegna’s Bridal chamber (1465 AC), Mantua

The Grand Corridor (1584 AC), Sabbioneta

Entrance to Gonzaga’s ducal palace (1328 AC), Mantua

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