For Dawn’s “Lingering Windows” challenge this week, here are a few more which I spotted recently in Germany.
Flowers were everywhere, and really prettied up this rather plain town hall,
as well as most of the houses.
This popular restaurant in Strasbourg was built as an a tannery in 1572. It became a restaurant in 1949, and was renovated for its fourth centenary in 1972.
This one was really nicely planted out, and now the windows aren’t very visible at all. 🙂
I hope you’ve enjoyed my pretty windows this week. To see more, just click here.
This takes a lot of care and consideration. I’m glad they take the time for us all to enjoy.
Thanks for sharing, so we can 😉
Thanks, Dawn. Glad you enjoyed. 🙂
Love those flower filled on window
Thanks so much, Stefan. So do I. 🙂
Gorgeous! Love those flower filled window boxes!
Thanks, Madhu. 🙂
Very pretty indeed Sylvia. Great shots and thanks for sharing this beauty with us hon. 😀 *big hugs*
Thanks so much, Sonel. Hugs to you too. 🙂
They are beautiful! I wouldn’t want that much ivy or creeper on my house wall though, where there are plants there are insects!
My thoughts exactly, Gilly. No goggas are allowed in my house. 🙂
Very nice photos!With love maxima
Thanks so much, Stefan. Wishing you a very good weekend. 🙂
Very nice photos
My new post is about The Lion’s Fort – Sinhagad Fort
Thank you, Swati. 🙂
Not only is it pretty, it is all so clean 🙂
Yes it is. Very clean. 🙂
They are all so beautiful. I love how they take care of their buildings and all the flowers in flowerboxes in Germany. Nice pics ad 🙂
Thanks so much, Hopestar. Hugs to you. Have a great weekend. xx
Beautiful, rustic and charming
Thanks, Pommepal. 🙂
Duuuuuuuuuuuuude. These are nice. Reminds me that Octoberfest is coming soon 🙂 The first one is my favorite I think the motorcycle does something to it 🙂
Thanks, TG. Don’t forget the trash can too. 🙂
Those flower boxes are beautiful. Comparing the windows having flower boxes to those without, the flower boxes really do soften the look. I could do without that vine, though. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.
You’re welcome, and I’m glad you enjoyed the pics. 🙂
I love the shutters, but not so sure about the Xs (in the 4th shot) – they just look kind of busy.
Yes they do look busy, but so many of the houses had this kind of detail. It must be a German thing. 🙂
They are pretty!
Thanks, YC. 🙂
I just love flower boxes, ivy and cobblestone streets. Beautiful photos!
Thanks so much, Brenda. 🙂
Lovely Post my dear friend !
Thanks so much, Stefan. 🙂
so pretty ad, the gentle shapes of the windows and their traditional floral decorations are very pleasing 🙂
Thanks, Christine. 🙂
OMG that row of flowers along the windows! Just BEAUTIFUL!
Aren’t they just wonderful? 🙂
So FULL and LUSH!
Lovely windows and looks like a pretty area too.
Thanks, Phil. I thought they were so gorgeous. 🙂
I’d heard Strasbourg was beautiful, Ad, and it certainly looks like it. Lovely window boxes 🙂
Thanks, Jo. Yes, we really enjoyed our short time there.
Lovely, Ad! I love the beautiful window boxes in Germany 🙂
Thanks so much, Amy. 🙂
Thanks, Cindy. 🙂
Loved the pretty windows AD, especially the last one – I’ve always wanted a house covered in ivy, spiders and snakes bedamned 😉
Thanks. Yes it does have a certain charm, doesn’t it. 🙂
Thanks, LuAnn. 🙂
Gorgeous! You have given me some ideas for our home!
Maison des Tanneurs = wonderful!
I would have loved to try it out, but we were just on a morning walking tour. 😦
wow these are so magnificent… I wish a few of our buildings could get a face lift like these…
Yes, wouldn’t that be nice? 🙂
Having lived in Germany for 4 years back in the mid-80’s, one of the main things I miss the most are the pretty window box planters loaded with healthy, thriving ivy geraniums! I’ve tried to recreate them here at home but it’s just not the same. I wish I knew what fertilizer they used! 🙂
Yes, they are amazing, Phyllis, and they all look so healthy. Hope you manage to get yours to grow like that. 🙂
A delight to see my friend. When I visited Seattle…there was flowers everywhere and I said to my friend…I wish it was law…that all cities had to do this♥
That would be a great idea, Laurie. 🙂
It is similar to Sweden: the flowers everywhere. Nice pictures you’ve made.
Thanks so much, Srjdana. 🙂
Thanks, Andrea. 🙂
So lovely,window boxes and hanging baskets are really eye catching. Thanks for sharing and hope all well in Florida!
take care and best regards,
Thanks so much, Gail. Yes everything is good here. Hubby is now busy tiling the enclosed verandah. Always something on the go. 🙂 xx
These windows and place are so charming. Thanks for sharing, Adin. 🙂
Thanks, Imelda. Glad you enjoyed my pics. 🙂