Saarburg (population ~ 6,700) is a city of the Trier district in the Rheinland-Pfalz in Southwestern Germany right on the border with Luxemburg and France. It’s located on the banks of the Saar river in the hilly country just upstream from its junction with the Mosel. The area is noted for the cultivation of Riesling grapes. The history of the city begins with the construction of the now-ruined castle by Graf Siegfried of Luxembourg in 964. It received its town charter in 1291. The city has a bell foundry, the Glockengießerei Mabilion, which has been in operation since the 1770s, and as of 2003 the only one left in Germany that makes bronze bells. From 1945 to 1948 Saarburg was occupied by troops from Luxembourg. From 1946 to 1947 Onsdorf, in its then municipal boundary, formed part of the Saar Protectorate. French troops complemented the occupation until 1955.
Loved the gardens in Scotland, everything was already preparing for summer and lots of spring flowers bloomed everywhere, and I certainly got my Rhodo kick <3 Dang those are pretty I need tons of them!
Saar was being pretty in her her butterfly dress, I’m really happy I finally got good photo’s of her in it :D
Straight from FB, the proof is there sinners…we are ascending to heaven to put it out of business…
While we wait, be a good carnie and sharpen those knives and polish those boots. We don’t want to make the wrong impression do we?