This shop sign at the Bürstenmacherei Steinbrück in Naumburg (Saale) shows the main products of a German Bürstenbinder (brush-maker). Inside the shop, you learn details about the tradition of brush-making.
The church of St. Wenceslaus (Stadtpfarrkirche St. Wenzel) in Naumburg (Saale) saw its completion in the 15th century. It is famous for paintings by Lucas Cranach the Elder and a Baroque organ named Hildebrandt-Orgel.
This tramcar of the class 70/1 saw its construction in 1971. The last time, it ran by the Naumburg Tramway (Naumburger Straßenbahn) in Saxony-Anhalt. Today, it stands in the company’s tram depot but is out of operation.
Inside the Naumburg Cathedral (13th century) in Naumburg (Saale) there are fascinating as well as fun details to see at some handrails. The handrails are decorated with persons, animals and mythical creatures. Some of them made me think the way to heaven is probably arduous.
This manhole cover in Naumburg (Saale) displays the city arms. Interesting detail: Since 1993 the sword lays over the key. This manhole cover shows the older coat of arms with the key positioned over the sword.
The Renaissance city hall of Naumburg (Saale) was built in the years 1517 – 1528.
The pharmacy museum (Apothekenmuseum) is located In the rooms of the Lion Pharmacy (Löwenapotheke). Some of the exhibits are dating back to 1820. The collection also shows a lot of equipment which was used in pharmacies up to the time in the GDR (DDR).
Detail of a door leaf dating back to 1680, seen at the Kaisersches Haus, a 16th-century building located at the market place of Naumburg (Saale). Holy Roman Emperor Charles V (Kaiser Karl V.) stayed here in 1547.
This relief displaying a laurel tree and two men is fixed at a 16th-century building with the address Herrenstraße 2 in Naumburg (Saale). The building houses a pharmacy named Lorbeerbaum Apotheke (Laurel Tree Pharmacy).
This window in Naumburg (Saale) shows works created by an artist. I was impressed by this compilation of snail shells which made me think I’m looking at a showcase in a museum of natural history.
The St. Aegidius’ Chapel (Ägidienkapelle) was part of the medieval cathedral curia. Today is this 13th century chapel part of the southern route of the Romanesque Road (Straße der Romanik) in Saxony-Anhalt.
A poster promoting the nomination of the Saale-Unstrut valley for UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are several posters displaying local personalities as well as examples of the cultural gems in this region. At the depicted poster found in Naumburg (Saale) you can see Reglindis, one of twelve donator portraits inside Naumburg Cathedral.