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Oranienburg

Yesterday, I decided it was time to visit Oranienburg again, was there with Johan 9 years ago. It’s 33 kilometers away from my home, would take 7.5 hours to walk there. I took the S-Bahn.

Look at that pretty abandoned house.

As you will see, Oranienburg is not very colourful. Which I like, many buildings for me to point my phone camera at. I haven’t edited the pictures, I more and more love unedited pictures in this glossy internet world.

I was afraid everything would have been getting polished during the 9 years I hadn’t been there.

The letters. The letters.

I couldn’t find the restaurant where we had the worst chinese food ever. Maybe no one else like their food either.

A revisit here.

So rundown and so weird to see the front of the building because…

…it looks so different.

Went into the church. The keyhole!

This green.

There is a castle in Oranienburg, there are so many castles in this country. Around 25 000.

All of a sudden it felt like I was in Paris.

One knows one is in a small town when the buses don’t pick one up very often.

But still they call it city.

That little building, so romantic.

Romantic?

Romantic.

The handle!

I really enjoyed my afternoon, slurped a sundae at the Golden Seagull before heading back to Bierhof Rüdersdorf to enjoy a beer and listen to the Berghain Garten partying. It felt like back in the 2010s.

Talk soon xo

2 Comments

  • Thilda
    July 20, 2021 at 3:49 pm

    Lovely houses!! And so interesting details! 🙂

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  • Kirsten
    July 21, 2021 at 12:31 am

    The doors – gates? with the white panels! The way the rhythm and weight changes from one to the other because of the light coming from behind. A pretty town, but it feels abandoned. Or is that your photos?

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