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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

L is for Lünen

Lünen Rathaus – town hall – the only high building in town, April 2011.

If I'm not there – I'm here in Lünen.
That means, I live here, if I'm not traveling.

From Wikipedia: Lünen or Luenen is a town in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is located north of Dortmund along the Lippe River. It is the largest town of the Unna district, and part of the green Münster area.

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6 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Great photo for the L Day, Carola! Beautiful building! Hope you have a wonderful week!

Sylvia
ABC Team

Roger Owen Green said...

Almost looks like an L- well a lower case one...
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

EG Wow said...

Ah, you have a beautiful blue sky over your town hall!

Randy said...

That really is a great sky.

nonizamboni said...

Your town looks beautiful as does the Lippe River. It seems that Westphalia is near Alsace? or at least on the west coast of Germany. My mother's family was from there.
Oh, and the swans are gorgeous.
Happy travelling!!

Carola said...

nonizamboni, sorry for my late answer. In European distances Westphalia is not near Alsace, around 500 kilometers. But it is in the west from Germany.
Lünen is beautiful indeed. But it is not my dream town to live in. In Germany that is Lübeck, or somewhere around Hamburg.
Westphalia, and especially the Ruhr Area is to populated, still to much industry.