11.10.2012

Rüdesheim, Drosselgasse, Germany (UNESCO)



Rüdesheim is a town at the River Rhine and part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Upper Middle Rhine Valley. It is famous for its wine production. The Drosselgasse, a narrow cobblestone street, 144 meters long,  is the heart of the old town, with lots of half-timbered buildings, wonderful little restaurants, pubs and open-air taverns. It is the town's most famous attraction and therefore always crowded with tourists and merrymakers.
I sent this card home when taking a trip along the Rhine.

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