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(June 20-25, 2006)

F. Sean Bickford

Lester B. Pearson Garden for Peace and Understanding

Florian Bertzbach

Bible Garden

Bremen, Germany

25.06.2006 at 10:45 am

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© 2006 Florian Bertzbach, All Rights Reserved.

In the city- centre of Bremen, next to the lively market, at the back of the biggest church in Bremen, the St. Petri Dom, there is a small oasis: “the bible- garden”. It has been built at the south- west side of the Dome, guarded by a small courtyard. Each plant, which is growing there, regards to one in the bible. In the Christian tradition the white rose is the symbol for virgins. This is a great place to think or just enjoy not only for scientist of the bible, but also for people who search the silence and try to escape from big city life. I’ve chosen this place because I love the city- centre of my hometown. Another reason is that I always discover unknown placed while walking through the streets, where I’ve never been before. “The bible- garden” is one of those discoveries. Here I show you som pictures around the Bible Garden in the City Center of Bremen
Around the Bible Garden in the City Center of Bremen


Europe / Germany

Lat: 53° 4' 30" N
Long: 8° 48' 32" E

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.

Nikon D200 / Sigma 8mm / custom made pano head on monopod; all pictures taken in RAW, converted with RawShooter premium; ptgui latest version, CS2 to do some small corrections and Pano2QTVR Version 1.2.0 to convert to Quicktime.

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