The district at the mouth of the Ellerbach in the Nahe River is called Small Venice as the houses stand near the enbankement. Actually, this is the view on the backside of the adjoining houses. When we visited for weeks Germany (as the rest of Europe) were going trough temperatures above 34°, therefor the river did not have much water in it. Never the less were the row of houses at the embankement a beautiful sight.
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