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Unknown Photographer Captured Wonderful Photos of Germany From the 1900s

This set of vintage black and white photographs were from a 1904 European trip of an unknown traveller. These random images allow us to take a peek into the everyday life of Germany more than 100 years ago.

See for yourself.
 

Tourists at the Frauenkirche, Nürnberg
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Tower and wall, Nürnberg
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Women in market, Bayreuth,Bavaria
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Zwinger Palace, Dresden, GermanyVintage-Germany-4

Armillarsphere, Potsdam
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At a market in Bayreuth, Germany
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At a market in Nürnberg
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Building shocks, Germany
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Dresden city view
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Cutting hay with oxen, Germany
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Friedens-Engel memorial in Munchen
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German man and a couple
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Ladies leaving church, Germany
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Linderhof, Ludwig II's Palace in Bavaria
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Market in Bayreuth
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Market, Nürnberg, Germany
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Men killing time, Germany
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Ornate building in Germany
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Replica windmill in Sans Souci Park, Potsdam
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Roadside shrines, Germany
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Rooftop view in Nürnberg, Germany
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Stone wall in Nürnberg
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H/T Bill Nelson

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