Rare Color Photos Reveal Germany In 1900 Before It Was Destroyed By Wars

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Sadly, a time machine is not available yet. However, if you’ve been wondering how Germany looked before WWI, don’t bother looking for uranium, just get the new photobook, “Germany Around 1900.” It will take you there from the very first page!

Schwerin grand-ducal palace, Mecklenburg

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Wernigerode Town Hall

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Castle of Sigmaringen

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The coast around Westerland

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Bedroom, Neuschwanstein Castle, south of Munich

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The book contains 800 color photographs and postcards that were produced around 1900. It gives a peaceful and nostalgic glimpse into bourgeois Germany before the terrors of the WWI, and the turn of the 20th century seemed full of promise.

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