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Photo Essay: Take a Walk With Us In Buedingen, Germany

Take a Walk With Us In Buedingen! | Photo Essay of What We Saw While We Strolled

Park that car!
You need to get out and walk the town while visiting Buedingen. Besides the practicality, this is the best way to see all the half-timbered beauties throughout this town. There's several street-side cafes to plop down for a moment for a beer or coffee if you need to!

Discover the Half-timbered Houses in Buedingen, Germany

Don't forget to look up!
I was surprised to see roof ornaments were trendy in Buedingen. Here was a cat roof ornament that at first glance you may think is a real one.

Look up in Buedingen! Adorable roof ornaments seem to be trendy there. This is a cat roof ornament.

This one a scene of cops is playing out, where it looks like a daring clown is being chased:Look up in Buedingen! Adorable roof ornaments seem to be trendy there. Here is an officer and clown ornament.

And here's a knight or cowboy on top of a horse on this roof:

Look up in Buedingen! Adorable roof ornaments seem to be trendy there. Here's a gallant horse roof ornament!

Buedingen's Market Square
In the center of the half-timbered Market Square, where the Old Town and New Town come together there's a well with a Lion Statue and crests. Right around the Market Square is the 50's Museum that we loved and recommended earlier.

In the center of the half-timbered Market Square, where the Old Town and New Town snuggle together in a, there's a well with a Lion Statue and crests.

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