Gunzburg, Germany

Next stop on the 2nd day is the historic hilltop town of Gunzburg in Bavaria, Germany. One of the town’s fame (or notoriety) is – it’s the birthplace of the Nazi medical doctor Josef Mengele who experimented on the prisoners of the Auschwitz Concentration camp.

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Tower gate

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The first order of the day is to cool off from the seering heat and the best way is to sit down in a biergarten (beer garden) and enjoy a cool glass of their local beer while it’s raining flower petals from the trees shading us.

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Charlie enjoying a dip on the river Gunz, a tributary of the Danube.

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Wooden bridge over the river Gunz

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Tower gate

 

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