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Getting A Drink

Joanna Madloch

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Short Hills, NJ - United States

Thanks, Phil.

Ann Arbor, MI - United States

Great shot, Joanna

Toronto, ON - Canada

Love this!

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks, Mary.

Short Hills, NJ - United States

Thanks, Gynt, for the feature in City and Architecture group.

Short Hills, NJ - United States

Thanks, Joan for the feature in Europe Landscapes Photography group.

Short Hills, NJ - United States

Thanks, Sandra, for the feature in Memories and Nostalgia group.

Short Hills, NJ - United States

Thanks, Michael, for the feature in Photography of Statues.

Livingston, NJ - United States

as usual, your great eye captures another wonderful image. V/F

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks, Allen.

Wesley, ME - United States

Awesome capture, the litlle bird fits in like he is a part of the statuary! v/f

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks, Susan.

Sparta - Greece

I love the title and this beautiful image!!

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks, Katerina.

New York, NY - United States

Well spotted and captured Joanna. Looks like a great place to visit.

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks, Chris.

Brookeville, MD - United States

Fabulous capture ... beautiful birdie and I love the taste of the wonderful old town itself!!! Well done!!! f/v

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks, Lois.

New Brunswick, NJ - United States

Very unique! Voted.

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks, Vladimir.

Spring Glen, NY - United States

That is great! Perfect timing! Love to expressions here ! voted

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thank you, Pamela.

Houston, TX - United States

Wonderful capture Jaonna. This is so precious f/v

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks, Tessa.

Marquand, MO - United States

Great timing, excellent framing and color

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks, Byron.

Newcastle, WY - United States

very cool....v

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks, Barbara.

Grand Forks, BC - Canada

Congratulations your wonderful submission has been FEATURED in MOUSE!! Good Morning and have a great day!!! Cheers, Barbara F/V

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks, Barbara, for the feature, comment, and support.

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Getting A Drink


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This picture was taken on a hot, summer day in Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Rothenburg is a town in the district of Ansbach of Mittelfranken (Middle Franconia), the Franconia region of Bavaria, Germany, well known for its well-preserved medieval old town, a destination for tourists from around the world.
Rothenburg was a Free Imperial City from the late Middle Ages to 1803.
The name "Rothenburg ob der Tauber" means, in German, "Red fortress above the Tauber". This is so because the town is located on a plateau overlooking the Tauber River. As to the name "Rothenburg", some say it comes from the German words Rot (Red) and Burg (burgh, medieval fortified town), referring to the red color of the roofs of the houses which overlook the river. The name may also refer to the process of retting ("rotten" in German) flax for linen production.

In March 1945 in World War II, German soldiers were stationed in Rothenburg to defend it. On March 31, bombs were dropped over Rothenburg by 16 planes, killing 39 people and destroying 306 houses, six public buildings, nine watchtowers, and over 2,000 feet (610 m) of the wall. The U.S Assistant Secretary of War John J. McCloy knew about the historic importance and beauty of Rothenburg, so he ordered US Army General Jacob L. Devers not use artillery in taking Rothenburg. The local military commander Major Th�mmes ignored the order of Adolf Hitler for all towns to fight to the end and gave up the town, thereby saving it from total destruction by artillery. American troops of the 12th Infantry Regiment, 4th Division occupied the town on April 17, 1945, and in November 1948 McCloy was named Honorable Protectorate of Rothenburg. After the war, the residents of the city quickly repaired the bombing damage. Donations for the rebuilding were received from all over the world. The rebuilt walls feature commemorative bricks with donor names. Traffic-reducing measures were put in place in a significant portion of Rothenburg to increase safety and accommodate tourism.


May 3rd, 2013


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