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Hann. Münden Blog

Insider tips from our bloggers

Here you will find reports from our bloggers, who regularly present sights, insider tips and events in Hann. Münden.

Hann. Münden for families

By Lena Marie Hahn | 19 September 2021

Today we are visiting the Weserbergland. At the Weserstein, the Werra and Fulda flow together and henceforth share a name - as it says in bumpy verse on said stone.

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"Ship Ahoy" at the Weserstein - Hann. Münden experiences on the Fulda and Weser rivers

By Saskia Langkau | 28 July 2021

Go with the flow - relaxing hours on the water. This year I decided to celebrate my birthday on the MS Weserstein.

© Weserstein Touristik GmbH

There is water, water, water everywhere in Hann. Münden

By Franziska Siboto | 13 May 2021

A water hike on the Werra! There's something going on in Hann. Münden, because the three-river town is embraced by water and kissed by the rivers Werra and Fulda, which flow together to form the Weser.

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On the way on the Weserbergland hiking trail

By Saskia Langkau | 1 March 2021

My colleague Anne and I work at the Tourist Information Office in Hann. Münden, in the beautiful Renaissance town hall in the middle of the historic old town. Whenever our time allows, we explore our beautiful region together.

© Anne Müller-Kuke

Magic lights in Hann. Münden

By Saskia Langkau | 11. January 2021

I'm really not often speechless... but when I stood in the ramparts on the opening evening of our "Lichterzauber" project, my mouth dropped open in amazement. I have never seen anything so beautiful. In the evening twilight, a beautifully illuminated tree suddenly lights up the park.

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Wonder again - in DR. Wolf's Chamber of Wonders

By Lorina Wagner | 5 October 2020

My gaze wanders incessantly around the room. My optic nerves have noticeable problems transmitting what I perceive to my brain. Everywhere I turn, there is something to discover. And it takes at least a second look to understand what exactly I am looking at.

© F. Schäfer

Ceramics on the Werra - discovering craftsmanship on the Dielengraben

By Lorina Wagner | 4 August 2020

Ceramics on the Werra - discovering craftsmanship on the Dielengraben Even though I would describe myself as creative in principle, I have had very little contact with pottery. I did attend a pottery course as a child, but my enthusiasm for it was rather short-lived.

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The Blümer Berg - Hann. Münden's green lung

By Lorina Wagner | 14. Mai 2020

The Blümer Berg - Hann. Münden's green lung The Blümer Berg is considered the green lung of Hann. Münden! It borders the districts of Blume and Hermannshagen as well as the districts of Gimte and Volkmarshausen. Due to its proximity to the old town, Blümer Berg is popular with locals and tourists alike.

© Lorina Wagner

Let's go to the OX! Musical evenings in Hann. Münden's newest in-location.

By Lorina Wagner | 16 April 2020

Off to the OX! Musical evenings in Hann. Münden's newest in-location "Auf in's OX!" or "Off to the Ochsenkopf!" - are the kinds of calls you hear more often in Hann. Münden since last autumn. This refers to the "OX Location" in a historic half-timbered house known in Hann. Münden as the "Ochsenkopf".

© Christian Möller

Have a Coke with Santa Claus

By Lorina Wagner | 9 December 2019

For years, the rumour has persisted that Coca-Cola invented Father Christmas. After all, Father Christmas has been appearing in the brand colours red and white for decades. However, Dutch immigrants got the ball rolling with their "Sinterklaas" custom.

© Coca Cola Deutschland

Lost Places - The Volkmarshäuser Railway Tunnel

By Lorina Wagner | 31 July 2019

Lost Places - most people are probably familiar with this term by now. Lost places are buildings that no longer fulfil their former functions and have been forgotten, so to speak. You have probably seen pictures of abandoned hospitals or amusement parks.

© Lorina Wagner

A guest at FETTETYPEN in Hann. Münden

Von Lorina Wagner | 6. Mai 2019

Anyone strolling through Hann Münden's old town on a Sunday afternoon and passing the small house at number 9 in Sydekumstraße might wonder where the unusual rattling and ringing coming from inside the house is coming from. "FETTETYPEN" can be read in the window - I wonder what it's all about?

© Photo Burkhardt

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