Archive for the Rohrbach Category

Octagon

Posted in architecture, church, Rohrbach on February 16, 2011 by D.B.

St. John’s church in Rohrbach is rather unique because both the church itself an its tower are octagonal.

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Yellowness II

Posted in Altstadt, Rohrbach on January 25, 2011 by D.B.

The old townhall of the formerly independent village of Rohrbach, now seat of a branch of the Heidelberg administration (‘citizen centre’).

Yellowness

Posted in architecture, Rohrbach on January 24, 2011 by D.B.


A not that pretty, but yet interesting block of flats in a new part of Rohrbach.

Thorax Hospital

Posted in Rohrbach, university on November 9, 2010 by D.B.

Once a hunting and partying base for the Counts Palatine in the 18th century, now the more representative part of Thoraxklinik, a branch of the university hospital that specialises in lung surgery and lung cancer treatment.

Rose

Posted in pubs, Rohrbach on July 27, 2010 by D.B.

Decorations at Linde restaurant.

Still selling

Posted in business, Rohrbach on June 27, 2010 by D.B.

On wednesday, I asked the owner of this shop near Rohrbach Markt: You must be praying for our team to qualify more than the rest of us – your business depends on it! She cooly said: Don’t worry, we sell all the other nations’ stuff as well!

They don’t have any England articles on sale, though. Which on the one hand is a shame (I’d been thinking about a new hat), but on the other… Will anybody need England flags after tonight’s epic? Whatever the result, it’s going to be cracker. Guess who’s stuck at work…

Wild, wild Rohrbach

Posted in funny, Rohrbach on June 25, 2010 by D.B.

Another one from the funny signs department. At the exit of Mark Twain village near Saarstra├če, the US army tell you about how safe the roads are and what protection to wear. Well, what do you expect on a dangerous journey through the wild, suburban middle class living area that is Rohrbach ­čśë