Monday’s Travel Phots – Krems an der Donau, Austria

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Krems is a pretty town of 24,000 inhabitants at the confluence of the Krems and Danube Rivers at the eastern end of the beautiful Wachau Valley in Austria, and about 70 kilometers from Vienna.

Steiner Tor at the entrance to the old town

Steiner Tor at the entrance to the old town

Main street of Krems

Main street of Krems

Piaristenkirche gothic church in Krems

Piaristenkirche gothic church in Krems

Typical oriel window

Typical oriel window

Covered stairs leading up to the church, very typical in the Wachau Valley

Covered stairs leading up to the church, very typical in the Wachau Valley

Wall painting in the Piarist church

Wall painting in the Piarist church

Houses in the old town

Houses in the old town

An old gasthaus in Krems

An old gasthaus in Krems

Turrets and white washed walls

Turrets and white washed walls

 

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