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This terrifying evil building was spotted on Flickr by user /RealityScanner/ . Original date: 2011-05-12 08:09:20

Tagged: , Germany , Hamburg , Deutschland , St. Pauli , Panasonic , Lumix , G3 , Dokumentation , documentation , Gentrifizierung , gentrification , Gentrifidingsbums , mirrorless , spiegellos , EVIL , Instant , Photography , emotion , feeling , atmosphere , Umwelt , environment

Figuren-Ensemble, Stabsgebäude Gneisenau-Kaserne Minden

Die Darstellung dieser Figuren über dem Eingang des Stabs-Gebäudesebäudes der eheamligen Gneisenau-Kaserne in Minden (NRW), die den Wehrstand (das Soldatentum) und den Nährstand (das Bauerntrum) smybolisieren und verherrlichen sollen, sind quasi ein Paradebeispiel für Bildhauerei der NS-Zeit:

Die Überidealiserung des menschlichen Körpers, wie z. B. bei Riefenstahl`s Filmen, spiegelt sich auch hier wieder. Das Ensemble soll anscheinend die Verbundeheit von Soldatentum und Bauerntum unter dem Oberbegriff der Volksgemeinschaft symbolisieren. Nazi-Ideologie halt.

Das Hakenkreuz in dem Reichsadler unter dem Schriftzug des "Nähhrstand" hat man nach dem Krieg einigermaßen entfernt – ansonsten so wie es ist Originalzustand. Steht sicher alles unter Denkmalschutz.

Thanks to Flickr (SurfacePics ) for this magnificent evil building. Original date: 2018-02-18 18:28:14

Tagged: , Minden , Landkreis Minden-Lübbecke , NRW , Nordrheinwestfalen , Deutschland , Germany , Europa , Europe , WW2 , Third Reich , Drittes Reich , world war 2 , Relict , Relikte , Zweiter Weltkrieg , Wehrmacht , Preußen , Kaserne , Gneisenau-Kaserne , Elistabeth-Barracks , Symbol , Relief , Stabsgebäude , Barracks , Nazi , Surfacepics , 2018 , Februar , Ziegel , Brick , brickworks , Gebäude , Buildings , Architektur , NS-Regime , Nährstand , Volksgemeinschaft , Traces of Evil , Sony Alpha 77II , Sony Alpha , Photo , Photography , Foto , Fotografie , Cam , Amazing , Stunning , Geschichte , Historical , Historisch , Böse , Evil , Signs , Window , Fenster , Outdoor , Instagram , Instalike , Tumblr , Bauer , Denkmalschutz , Memorial , Denkmal , Baudenkmal , Aufklärung , Great , Grille

MfS

This mind blowing evil building was seen on Flickr by user österreich_ungern . Original date: 2013-01-01 21:11:17

Tagged: , mfs , stasi , hq , berlin , staatssicherheit , ddr , east , böse , evil , deutschland , germany , history , secret , police , ministerium , architecture

Marktplatzbrunnen – Market fountain

Seit Juni 1995 steht auf dem Marktplatz ein neuer Brunnen des Künstlers Joseph Michael Neustifter.

Die Figur des Grafen Luckner, des Marschalls von Frankreich, während er vorbeigehende Passanten mit Wasser bespritzt, sieht er zum Glockenspiel am Rathausfirst und wartet darauf, dass täglich um 12.05 Uhr die ihm gewidmete Marseillaise erklingt.

Die Waldhexe mit ihren Kindern ist keine böse Hexe, sondern vielmehr eine liebevolle Mutter. Federn und Blumen, Blätter und Ranken auf ihrem Gewand lassen an Mutter Natur denken.

Der Kreis schließt sich mit einer bekannten Sagengestalt des Bayerischen Waldes, dem Bilmesschneider. Mit den Sicheln an seinen Beinen soll er einst über die Felder gegangen sein, um den Bauern das Getreide abzuschneiden. Hier ist der Bilmesschneider nicht die Verkörperung des Bösen, der Missernte und des Hungers. Das belegen die verschiedenen Symbole (Weinstock, Reben, Peace-Zeichen), die er an seinem Körper trägt.

Since June 1995 is on sale in the market square a new well of the artist Joseph Michael Neustift.

The figure of Count Luckner, Marshal of France, as he sprayed passers passersby with water, he sees the chimes at the Town Hall and First waits daily at 12.05 pm heard the Marseillaise dedicated to him.

The Forest Witch with their children is not an evil witch, but rather a loving mother. Feathers and flowers, leaves and tendrils on her gown reminiscent of Mother Nature.

The circle closes with a known legendary figure of the Bavarian Forest, the Bilmesschneider. With the sickles on his legs he to have once gone through the fields to cut the farmers the grain. Here the Bilmesschneider is not the embodiment of evil, the crop failure and famine. The consumption of different symbols (vine, vines, peace sign), which he wears on his body.

Bayern (Bavaria) – Deutschland (Germany)
Cham Oberpfalz
Januar (January) 2016

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This evil building was spotted on Flickr by user vampire-carmen . Original date: 2016-02-24 08:17:03

Tagged: , marktplatz , marketplace , brunnen , fountain , graf luckner , kirche , church , gebäude , building , geschichte , history , cham , oberpfalz , bayern , bavaria , deutschland , germany , alemania , europe , hdr , photoshop , canon eos 600d , statue , kunst , art , josef michael neustifter , künstler , artist , winter , schnee , snow , 噴泉 , 喷泉 , 噴水 , 분수 , fuaran , lind , fontana , น้ำพุ , đài phun nước , ffynnon , ምንጭ , springvand , suihkulähde , purskkaev , fontaine , შადრევანი , κρήνη , ફુવારો , sous dlo , marmaro , punawai , מזרקה , फव्वारा , פאָנטאַן , ಕಾರಂಜಿ , фонтан , ​ប្រភពទឹក , kaniya , ​ນ້ໍາພຸ , strūklaka , Sprangbur , നീരുറവ , loharano , mata air , कारंजे , усан оргилуур , फोहरा , fontein , fontene , fontän , fuente , fântână , vaipuna , фонтана

La Maison rouge à Monschau, Stiftung Scheibler-Museum, Montjoie, Eifel, Deutschland, Germany

La Maison Rouge, aujourd’hui un musée qui peut être visité dans le cadre de circuits guidés, ne constitue pas le seul bâtiment représentatif des fabricants de drap conservé dans la vieille ville historique de Montjoie. Ceci dit, elle compte parmi les plus magnifiques. La petite ville étroite, avec ses maisons à colombage, située dans le nord de l’Eifel aux bords de la Rur, a vécu son apogée économique au XVIIIe siècle. Ici furent fabriqués des draps de laine fins et précieux et exportés jusqu’en Turquie et en Russie. Aux meilleurs temps, entre 4.000 et 6.000 fileuses et tisserands travaillaient dans l’Eifel et dans la région de Limbourg en tant que travailleurs à domicile pour l’entreprise Scheibler, améliorant ainsi leurs fins de mois, vus les revenus maigres venant de l’agriculture. Quand, au début du XIXe siècle, la production machinelle commença à s’imposer, des travailleurs affluèrent dans les villes, en quête d’un gagne-pain. Mais les mauvaises voies de communication et l’impossibilité pour les entreprises de prendre de l’extension dans l’étroite vallée de la Rur faisaient peu à peu émigrer l’industrie du drap. Aujourd’hui, c’est avant tout le musée de la Maison Rouge qui évoque l’ancien temps de splendeur de l’industrie textile à Montjoie.

The Red House, now a museum that can be visited as part of guided tours, is not the only representative building of clothiers preserved in the historic old town of Monschau. That said, it is among the most beautiful. The narrow little town, with its half-timbered houses, located in the northern Eifel the banks of the Rur, lived its economic peak in the eighteenth century. Here were manufactured fine and precious woolen cloth and exported to Turkey and Russia. The best time, between 4,000 and 6,000 spinners and weavers worked in the Eifel and the region of Limburg as home workers for the company Scheibler, improving their income, seen the meager income from agriculture .dropoff window When, in the early nineteenth century, machinelle Production began to prevail, workers flocked to the cities in search of livelihood. But the evil ways of communication and the inability of businesses to the extension in the narrow valley of the Rur were gradually migrate the cloth industry. Today, it is primarily the Museum of the Red House which evokes old-time splendor of the textile industry in Montjoie.

Discovered on Flickr (claude lina ) for this super evil building. Original date: 2014-12-18 08:02:06

Tagged: , Deutschland , Germany , Allemagne , Monschau , Montjoie , Eifel , maison , musée , Roer , Rur , Rote Haus , Maison rouge , tisserands , Stiftung Scheibler-Museum , ardoises

Oelber-Turm

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This mind blowing evil building was spotted on Flickr by user Patrice von Collani (ars-magica-luminis.de) . Original date: 2013-05-11 16:08:36

Tagged: , Lichtspot , Sony , Sony Alpha , Alpha , 57 , Sony Alpha 57 , Alpha 57 , EVIL , Oelber , Schloss , Castle , Schloß , Germany , Deutschland , Europa , Europe , Kamera , Camera , Photo , Photography , Foto , Fotografie , Ars Magica Luminis , Photographie , Patrice , Patrice von Collani , von Collani

St. Michael, München

Edited
"St Michael is a Jesuit church in Munich, southern Germany, the largest Renaissance church north of the Alps. The style of the building had an enormous influence on Southern German early Baroque architecture.
The church was built by William V, Duke of Bavaria between 1583 and 1597 as a spiritual center for the Counter Reformation.[1] The foundation stone was laid in 1585.[2]

In order to realise his ambitious plans for the church and the adjoining college, Duke William had 87 houses in the best location pulled down, ignoring the protests of the citizens.[3] The church was erected in two stages. In the first stage (1583-88), the church was built by the model of Il Gesù in Rome and given a barrel-vaulted roof by an unknown architect, the vault being the largest in the world apart from that of St Peter’s in Rome, spanning freely more than 20 meters. When the church was built, there were doubts about the stability of the vaulting. But it was the tower that collapsed in 1590, destroying the just completed quire. [4] Duke William V took it as a bad omen and so planned to build a much larger church. The second phase of construction continued until the consecration of the church in 1597.[5] Friedrich Sustris built on to the undamaged nave a new quire and a transept and a magnificent facade.[6] The church is 78.2 meters long, 20.3 meters wide and 28.2 meters high.

The facade is impressive and contains standing statues of Duke Wilhelm and earlier rulers of the Bavarian Wittelsbach dynasty, cast in bronze, in the form of a family tree.[7] Hubert Gerhard’s large bronze statue between the two entrances shows the Archangel Michael fighting for the Faith and killing the Evil in the shape of a humanoid demon.

The interior is a representation of the triumph of Catholicism as true Christianity during the Counter-Reformation. The heavily indented chancel arch as well as the short side aisles and even the side chapels are designed as a triumphal arch to ancient model. A very deep choir room adjoins the mighty nave. The stucco decoration of the nave represents the life of Jesus Christ. The altarpiece "Annunciation" was created by Peter Candid (1587). The sculpture of the holy angel in the nave from Hubert Gerhard (1595) was originally intended for the tomb of William V, which was not completed.

Having suffered severe damage during the Second World War, the church was restored in 1946-48. Finally, between 1980 and 1983, the stucco-work was restored."

This dark evil building was seen on Flickr by user M_Strasser . Original date: 2014-09-29 10:33:10

Tagged: , München , Munich , Germany , Deutschland , Allemagne , St. Michael , Kirche , church , église , cult , roman catholic , ideology

Saint Remi Church – Église Saint Remi

Saint Remi church in Forbach city, France
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Found on Flickr (Bengin Ahmad ) for this amazing evil building. Original date: 2014-12-21 08:57:41

Tagged: , gothic , church , old , france , city , gospel , sky , rocks , كنيسة , day , night , dark , metallic , building , sepia holy , ancient , clock , tower , church_clock , fading , creepy , God , Lucifer , Cross , Jesus , Shine , prayer , priest , rock , metal , album , cover , black_metal , gothic_metal , symphonic_metal , dark_sky , horror , Germany , deutschland , dust , dusty , heaven , hell , christ , christmas , evil , devil , forbach , Lorraine