Monday Window: Dominus Flevit Church

(Visited January 13, 2019) This little “teardrop” Catholic church outside the walls of Old Jerusalem is called Dominus Flevit, which means “The Lord Weeps,” representing Jesus weeping about the future destruction of Jerusalem. Here is the same window from the inside, framing old Jerusalem with the Golden Dome as a recognizable landmark. The church is […]

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Monday Window: Chagall

One of the “must-sees” at the Chicago Art Institute is the Chagall windows. They are located at the end of a long hallway, in the same room with replicas of other famous artists’ Chicago artwork (such as the Picasso sculpture whose original is in front of the Daley Center). Posted for Ludwig Keck’s Monday Window […]

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Monday Window: Bamberg, Germany

A previous post featured the doors of Bamberg during a walking tour. Here are some windows in that charming city. Schlenkerla Brewery: Neue Residenz (former palace of ruling prince-bishops): Town Hall (Rathaus) with murals painted on the outside walls – the windows are not particularly interesting but the painting around them is: See more windows […]

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Wurzburg Windows

For the photo challenges Ludwig Keck’s Monday Windows and Becky’s October Square, this post on Würzburg features the windows and lines of the city’s historic architecture. (The first two photos are squares.) This one is my favorite window photo. (There are squares and geometric lines in it too!) The Baroque architecture of the prince-bishop’s palace, […]

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Monday Window: Miltenberg

This is my third post about picturesque Miltenberg, Germany, on the Main River in northern Bavaria. These are a few of the windows in this historic town. Monday Window is a weekly feature and photo challenge sponsored by Ludwig Keck.  

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