|A lazy stroll in the city includes breaks on benches - enjoying the present|
|Passing by the old building from 1434, which was part of a Monastery prior to the Reformation.|
We visited the local museum, which has a permanent exhibition of a local Bourgois home from early 20th Century: the family residence of Barrister Paul Buhl and his wife Johanne. In 1919 the couple inherited from her father a large art collection including 48 original etchings of Rembrandt van Rijn. Johanne Buhl donated the collection to the museum in 1971. This museum apartement has always been a favourite spot of mine.
|At the museum|
|Homburg and silver knobbed walking cane in the hallway|