Why Weimar Deserves its Status

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Colourful sandbags of what I believe to be Arabic script and German. The bottom means "Goethe connects"

Colourful sandbags of what I believe to be Arabic script and German. The bottom means “Goethe connects”

One of the many pretty beer gardens that we came across

One of the many pretty beer gardens that we came across

Klaus and I playing around with what we call the 'Borg cube'

Klaus and I playing around with what we call the ‘Borg cube’

Parc an der Alm - massive pristine park that is home to a bee museum and Goethe's summer home. Endless trails!

Parc an der Alm – massive pristine park that is home to a bee museum and Goethe’s summer home. Endless trails!

They have a square named after Beethoven. Enough said.

They have a square named after Beethoven. Enough said.

The statue of renaissance man Goethe and his good friend, Schiller the poet. We tried to find all the historic pieces in Weimar and this was our last 'must see' before visiting Goethe's Home

The statue of renaissance man Goethe and his good friend, Schiller the poet. We tried to find all the historic pieces in Weimar and this was our last minute ‘must see’ before visiting Goethe’s Home

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