Discovering and photographing the unknown beauty of Europe
The Harz is scattered with pretty, cosy villages where it looks as if time has stood still. I was surprised to see so many buildings from the 17th – 18th century or earlier that are still in very good condition, even in the smallest villages. And I especially like the wood-carvings.
Bad Grund is such a village:
Apart from the historical buildings and the fact that this is also a health resort, Bad Grund has few touristic attractions. But it is such a charming small town.
When we arrived, people were eating and drinking on the central square and listening to some music. We could have danced, but The Viking is too shy to dance in public. Instead we had a short walk and took some pictures.