Discovering and photographing the unknown beauty of Europe
How could we stay away from our favorite village?
This is also a very old place, according to Wikipedia:
The oldest evidence of settlers in the area is the very well preserved barrows on the Bruttig-Fankeler Berg (the local mountain) along the so-called Rennweg, an old linking road between the Roman long-distance roads, over which today runs the “Archaeological Hiking Trail” (Archäologischer Wanderweg). According to information from the State Office for Care of Monuments in Koblenz, some of these barrows date back to the Bronze Age.
Winegrowing and tourism are the most important economic activities, with Riesling wines being the most popular ones.
It was the first time we were here in winter; Lars and I usually come here in all the other seasons, when it is a lot busier.