Wordless Wednesday - Bad Homburg Series

Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:00 AM in ,



I love this building. Why is it called Bad Homburg?

@Sarah - Bad Homburg is the town where I live and I thought I might do a series on it :)

is too purdy to be called "bad" lol

Anonymous says:

Sarah asked the question I was going to ask. Thanks for the answer. Look forward to seeing more pictures of where you live.


@Baygirl - Bad in German means actually bath, thus a spa town :)
@Susanne - all I can say is watch this space :)

Anonymous says:

Beautiful building :)

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@Eva- yes, the old part is beautiful!

Bath Homburg. Wonderful name and I love this kind of architecture.

OMG..I love this building. Is it a home? Business? Just spectacular.

@Belle - the architecture if very special, you will see what I mean with the next posts!
@Barb - it is partially living quarters, partially a shop (selling sports articles)

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