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Bight of the Mosel river in central Germany. It's located next to the small village of Bremm, well known for its wine specialities. The river is surrounded by the steepest vineyards in Europe.
The Mosel region got its name from the equally called river and is well known for its Riesling white wine.
The Mosel region is one of Germany's lower populated regions and is covered by wide spread forests and farmlands.
Alongside the river and cutting through the sheer rock walls the so-called Pündericher Hangviadukt was created to provide the region with a train network. The construction started in 1877 and was completed in 1880.
Further down the stream, the city of Traben-Trarbach is located at the headland of a wider river bright. Around 1900 Traben-Trarbach was Europe's second biggest wine town after Bordeaux.
The small city of Enkirch is located at the base of many vineyards. Many residents of Enkirch are vintners and have their own vine stocks close to their houses.
Another part of Germany - the Brocken mountain is the highest elevation of the Harz, the Central Germany Uplands. The mountain is well known for its strong winds.
Fish farm in Penang, Malaysia. The marine life is farmed next to the natural rain forest in the warm tropical sea.
Picturesque winter day in Aachen, a German city next to the Eifel region.