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benfts:

There’s that beautiful fourth star.

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ichigopocky:

phantomzebra:

Alice i held off for a day, but this is too good not to share

:C

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ichigopocky:

phantomzebra:

Alice i held off for a day, but this is too good not to share

:C

ahahahahahaha

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Deutschland wird Weltmeister!!!🇩🇪🇩🇪🇩🇪🇩🇪🎉

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willkommen-in-germany:

Gooooooooooo Germany! Game happening now.

willkommen-in-germany:

Gooooooooooo Germany! Game happening now.

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willkommen-in-germany:

Das Fischbrötchen is a sandwich made with fish and raw onions, sometimes also with remoulade (an herbed mayonnaise-like spread) and pickles. It’s most common in Northern Germany, due to its proximity to the coast. The most common version is made with Bismarck herring or soused herring. Other varieties use Brathering, Rollmops, European sprat, salmon, smoked Atlantic mackerel, and other varieties. Prawns are sometimes used. Fischbrötchen are typical German “fast food” and are commonly served at simple fast food stands or take-out restaurants. NORDSEE is one of them - a nationwide chain with branches in other European countries and beyond (currently also in Austria, Czech Rep, Romania, Slovakia, Switzerland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Turkey, Russia, Cyprus, the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt). Try them. :) 

http://www.nordsee.com/de/produkte.html#/alle-produkte

Garnellen-Baguette was my go-to snack after school every day.  Gesund (??) und lecker!

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willkommen-in-germany:

Multi-level shopping mall inside the Leipzig Hauptbahnhof (train station)

Love this place

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inja-y-ddraig:

My dad sent me a picture of the (more or less famous) Schillergarten in Dresden Blasewitz being threatened by the Elbe flood. It also shows how helpful everyone is and how once again everyone works together to protect the historical buildings along the river.

Crazy!

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