Man, that was a complete wild guess!
Close enough. That picture was taken from the Kehlsteinhaus (Hitler's "Eagle's Nest" summer retreat), near Berchtesgaden. I think you can see the Untersberg massif from there, but I don't know if it's the one in the picture. It was an absolutely gorgeous view, though.Untersberg Mastif?
I went to the wrong school! A rope factory was as exciting as ours ever got.I grew up in Nottingham and visited the Bass brewery in the early 90's on a school field trip.
I believe I found a shot from the same place as posted.The clock tower / steeple in the background is it the Market Church in Hannover, Germany?
- Thought it looked familiar from a trip taken as a chaperone with a bunch of high school kids in 2004 - (Looked it up on Wikipedia and pretty sure that's it.)
@CKuhns has got it, it's a view down Kramerstraße from Holzmarkt taken towards the Marktkirche. You're up.The clock tower / steeple in the background is it the Market Church in Hannover, Germany?
Indeed. A trip to Hannover was my first visit to Germany. I recall thinking that the mix of old buildings and 50s and 60s architecture looked strangely familiar... It's a greatly underrated city to visit. I always have a lot of fun there.All that wood looks "new" in an old style, so somewhere that did not avoid the attention of the RAF in WWII?