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Rothenburg, a medieval Bavarian village, has
withstood war and disasters for over a millennium. The
city has a history of keeping the world at bay; its founders built
walls to repel intruders, and walking along them now provides
an intriguing way to view the characteristic red roofs and cobbled
streets below. Rothenburg boasts the Medieval Crime Museum,
the largest collection of instruments of torture in Europe.
A Rothenburg restaurant
Half timbered architecture
Our first German dinner with sausage, kraut and German beer
The famous Christmas store with everything.
Even, it sells anything related to Germany's tradition
such as a great selection of handcrafted German beer steins,
handsome Black Forest cuckoo clocks in many sizes
and collectible nutcrackers.
Inside the store, actual-sized stores
with a 20-foot tall Christmas tree
One of the German's traditional pyramids.
Smoke from candles enables fans to spin.