Friday, 27 July 2007

Viennese Escapes: Tegernsee











Klosterschneideranwesen
Rose Garden of the Estate of the Monastery Taylor
Built 1678
Deeded to the taylor Georg Helfretsrieder in 1724
Located on Rosengasse (Rose Lane)
Town of Tegernsee (on the lake of the same name, in Bavaria)


Tegernsee is about one hour's drive west of Salzburg,
or 1 hour south of Munich, Bavaria.
A veritable jewel among the many beautiful lakes and towns
of the Alpine Regions Salzburg, Tirol (Austria)
and Upper Bavaria (Germany).


9 comments:

  1. I can almost smell the scent of roses...So beautiful! :o)

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  2. there they are:
    somepinkflowers!!!


    love the last photo best
    as i am a sucker
    for
    fine back-lit pink flowers...

    thanks ever so!


    :-)

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  3. Knock-your-socks off beautiful pictures of roses!!!
    WOW

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  4. Pink! Pink! Pink! How beautimus!

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  5. Beautiful - as always on this site.

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  6. Tracy:
    These pictures were taken in the bright glare of early morning, and the fragrance of the roses was wafting everywhere. Unforgettable.

    somepinkflowers:
    Pink til the cows come home, so to speak. One would almost need to take a vacation (alone) to only photograph those roses. ;-)

    Paris Rose:
    Thank you, Carol! :-)
    That town had the most beautiful rose gardens ever.

    tlc illustration:
    Never knew I was such a lover of pinks. :-)

    david mcmahon:
    Thank you, David. :-)

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  7. So lovely - I especially like the third picture.

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  8. Those window boxes are beautiful! I wish I could have a window box full of pretty pink roses too :)

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  9. Such a gorgeous profusion of roses! Thank you for this lovely photos.

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