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Friday, August 7, 2009

Where Do I Live

Hello Everyone!



i remember back in our mansion we had a topic, i think it's from Cherie, about telling something on where we live, and so i came out with the idea of sharing to you guys about Wolfenbüttel DE here in our new house Bahay Kubo ;) but this time with photos of course. So, here it goes guys.





Wolfenbüttel - has about 50,000 inhabitants, most people are Christian Protestant because it's in the North of Germany. "Das schönste Bundesland der Welt, Niedersachsen" that's what they always say in the local radio station here, means... " the most beautiful state in the world, Lower Saxony." (teehee) ;) the picture above is the Town Hall and also the city market square.






Wolfenbütteler Schloß or Castle - also called a baroque castle later bacame high school and museum. Sometimes they have festivals here like " Altstadtfest" every two times in a year.







Standesamt - or Wedding Hall of Wolfenbüttel, is famous because of it's beautiful and romantic location in the city. Even people from all over the world come to get married here. I am proud to say that here in this place we gave our "I DO's " ;)



Bus Pulling - is also popular in Wolfenbüttel, and proud to say we won already five times in the world championships ;)



For more infos about Wolfenbüttel, please visit Wikipedia.

Photos were taken in Wolfenbüttel, Germany by: Maricar

9 comments:

  1. Looks like a nice place to live, beautiful photos!

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  2. wonderful place! i always dream of exploring Europe more but with you posting the pictures where you live and all your travel pics around your place, i guess it will be enough for me as i don't have the luxury to travel and stay there like you do. ;)

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  3. Beautiful pictures! Thanks for stopping by my little blog! I really appreciate the kind words. Have a happy weekend!

    ~Jen

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  4. oh car! thanks for sharing with us your beautiful place. wish i could visit you there someday! i'll make sure it coinsides with the bus pulling festivity!!!

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  5. A beautiful place indeed Car ! Also very clean and doesn't look crowded. I remember that place you told us where you guys got married - can you take some pictures inside ? looking forward to seeing the inside.

    Someday I want to visit that place Car... someday ! Then I don't have to worry about tourist guide.

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  6. hi Car, thanks for always sharing with us the beauty of your place, through you we get to see the other parts of the world we still do not see.

    yes, like everyone, hope to see you there someday Car :)

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  7. Oh Car, take me, take me there...now! he he he

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  8. thank you all for your comments! this is the part 2 of my entry last week "garden city Wolfenbüttel"

    Icy BC > thank you again Icy BC, yes Wolfenbüttel is indeed a nice place to live ;)


    Cher > thank you girlash ;) i know you'd been to Switzerland, and you're lucky gurl i never been there,i also dream of one day to go there, we have friends there and they are inviting us, but still no plans yet.


    Jen > hello Jen! ;) you got me puzzled because i never visit your site, and how can i leave kind words? when i don't know your site? until just today... i leave my kind words now hehe ;) in your blog in your India entry. So, are you back now from India? hey share some photos and story to us please.

    have a nice day to you Jen. :)


    Eng, Chay, Bethchai and Kulasa > thanks guys! ;)

    same here hope and wish one day i could tour you all around here, oh that will be so much fun! ;) love yah guys! ;)

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  9. p.s.

    Chay ok i will look for that photo inside the wedding hall, thanks again guys mwah!

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