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Meandering along the Moselle

Ahhhh. That is a big happy, warm sigh of contentment. My Easter weekend was just that – a nice, cosy, warm cup of tea, wrapped up in a blanket, feel good kinda feeling. 683 more words

#1027 Luxembourg 16/03/14

On March 16 I received this nice cover from Luxembourg. It was posted on March 14, 2016.

The stamp is part of the “Tourism” stamp set, which was issued on September 24. It commemorates the Moselle Valley.


France: Uckange, U-4

The waterways in France were once the arteries of industry. Over time, economies have shifted and the modes of transportation have changed. Left behind in the wake of modernization is the decaying manufacturing infrastructure of bygone eras. 316 more words


While in Metz

 The only day in my entire life which I spent in France, was spent there, in this small and charming city, whose colours were unbelievably inviting and went perfectly together. 174 more words


Ehnen Wine Museum: O story about winemaking & wine tasting

Ehnen is a village, which is located in Luxembourg, on the bank of the River Moselle. The village, which comprises about 500 inhabitants, is famous worldwide for its Wine Museum and a circular church. 254 more words


Why I fell in love in Moselle

“You’ve got to see this!” This is what this post all about.If you are thinking of going to Germany & wants  a place to have some serious adventure, or maybe a planned escape with friends ,with serene, and yet fulfilling experience  away from the hustling city life vibe , then  Moselle is the perfect trip for you. 808 more words