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Cities: Merano, (South Tyrol) Italy

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    Posted: 04 October 2017 at 10:05
Show us... Merano, Italy

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This summer i was there in our lost federal state staying a few days in Meranon and then going for 2 day to Garda Lake and it was amazing

the city of Merano is so much austrian, if you don't know, you think you are still in austrian Tyrol, it has some special flair

on the whole trip, i made around 2000 photos, from which i only have processed around the half till now, so i will bring up another photos soon ;)




Blick über Meran nach Lana by Kilian H., auf Flickr



St. Nikolaus by Kilian H., auf Flickr



Zielspitz über Meran by Kilian H., auf Flickr


These are 2 memorials for Andreas Hofer, cause there he fought his last fight against Napoleonian troops


Andreas Hofer Gedenktafel by Kilian H., auf Flickr


DSC04669 by Kilian H., auf Flickr

Edited by Micholand - 13 October 2017 at 18:17
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Matt View Drop Down
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I visited this town a few times. Here are some shots. Most are taken with a Konica-Minolta DiMAGE A2 bridge camera, some with a Sony A55.



Laubengasse by Matt, on Flickr


Flora by Matt, on Flickr


Kurhaus by Matt, on Flickr


Val Venosta/Vinschgau by Matt, on Flickr


Steinerner Steg by Matt, on Flickr


Schloss Trauttmansdorff by Matt, on Flickr


Meran/Merano by Matt, on Flickr


Stadttheater Meran / Teatro Puccini Merano by Matt, on Flickr


Promenade by Matt, on Flickr
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Kitschi Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 October 2017 at 10:23
so here is the next set of pictures, 'm sorry that i can't show you all cause there is an upload problem with the Flickr Lightroom plugin


leuchtende Lauben by Kilian H., auf Flickr


Brunnenfigur by Kilian H., auf Flickr


leere Lauben by Kilian H., auf Flickr


Tiroler Adler by Kilian H., auf Flickr


Sissi Denkmal by Kilian H., auf Flickr


K.u.K. Adler by Kilian H., auf Flickr


Postbrücke by Kilian H., auf Flickr


Thermenbrücke by Kilian H., auf Flickr

Sony A7II, Loxia 25 & 50, LA-EA3 with Screwdrive Tamron 90 & 70-200, Sony E 10-18, Voigtländer 15 Heliar, ~20 MC/MD & Canon FD, NNikon D7100 with Lenses
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