Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Kurhaus by night

This is the view across the nearly finished bowling green, which has been under construction for a while now, over to the Kurhaus.

There had been a nice bowling green before but the city decided that they need more parking spaces. The trees were torn down, the two fountains "stored away" and in a few months they had built an underground parking garage here.

As you can see in the photo, new trees have been planted already and at the moment they are rebuilding the fountains and rearrange the park area again. Once it's all done, I'll check back and take photos for you.

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10 Comments:

At 1:39 AM, Blogger Natalie said...

I like this night shot.

So did they just remove everything while they're were constructing the underground parking and now they're putting everything back?

 
At 3:43 AM, Blogger Kala said...

this pic is a little difficult to see from my monitor but perhaps thats how a grand opening should be with the cover removed only when it is completed? I am impressed by the construction process and the fact an underground parking was already built...what is a bowling green?

 
At 11:35 AM, Blogger Rob said...

Nice shot - very calm

 
At 2:42 PM, Blogger Sam said...

Hi Nicola!
Lovely shot -
and the one below is odd indeed!

 
At 10:29 PM, Blogger Seesaw said...

Beautiful Kurhaus, pity for trees, very nice night shot!

 
At 1:28 AM, Blogger Kala said...

OK, found out what bowling green is - strange names:

Bowling Green on Wiki

 
At 1:32 AM, Blogger Carlos said...

Keep us informed about the new bowling green. The Kurhaus looks great with those lights.

 
At 1:46 AM, Anonymous Edith said...

Hi Nicola, too bad they took out the fountains and those beautifull old trees, but that is progress I guess.
Its a great night shot and will be looking foreward to the
next picture.

 
At 10:07 PM, Blogger Fraser said...

This night picture is beuatiful, although too bad they tore down the bowling green.

 
At 3:53 AM, Anonymous Deborah said...

What is the home built be Sonlein Pabst for his Anheuser --Busch wife, which is a replica of the American White House, now?
Deborah

 

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