Fotogalerie German Photo Gallery
A collection of photographs related
to German language and culture
Photos: Austria Germany
CITIES - TOWNS - REGIONS / STÄDTE - REGIONEN
|Kafka + Prag|
Bavaria - Bayern
Bavarian May poles, the pope's birthplace, and other photos taken in Germany's largest Bundesland (state), including Munich, the Bavarian capital.
Berlin: Christmas (Weihnachten) New
Photos of Christmas in the German capital.
Views of this North German city-state, once part of the Hansa or Hanseatic League.
Hamburg (Freie Hansestadt Hamburg)
Photos of this important harbor and city-state, once part of the Hansa or Hanseatic League.
Images of the smaller Hansestadt, less than an hour's drive from Hamburg.
Photos of the birthplace of Pope Benedict XVI, formerly Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger.
Photos of the Bavarian capital.
Various views of this picturesque German town in North Rhine Westphalia and its moated palace.
Prague - Prag - Praha
Images of Franz Kafka's Prague.
Thal bei Graz
Views of Arnold Schwarzenegger's Austrian hometown.
Views of Weimar's Theaterplatz, the Bauhaus Museum, and Goethe's Gartenhaus.
Photos of the Riesenrad (giant Ferris wheel) in the Prater amusement park, by day and night.
A look at The Third Man film classic and Vienna - walking tours.
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The photographs in this gallery are copyrighted. Unless noted otherwise, all photos are copyright © Hyde Flippo. They are intended for individual, private use only. Students may use them for homework assignments only if proper credit is included ("Photo copyright © Hyde Flippo/About.com - Used by permission"). Any other use, in print or electronic, requires the express written permission of the author.
MORE PHOTOS are added regularly. This gallery collection continues to grow. Watch for more photos and English/German information!
EVERYDAY LIFE / ALLTÄGLICHES
Am Telefon Vocabulary!
Using a telephone in Austria, Germany, or Switzerland.
At the gas station. Views of typical German signs, gas pumps, etc.
Christmas - Weihnachten
Christmas sights at Berlin's Potsdamer Platz.
Fraktur - Gothic Type
Images of various blackletter, German type, or Gothic typecommonly referred to as Fraktur.
Typical signs you'll see in German Europesome of them essential to your survival!
A German Wedding Car
Nordkirchen Palace is a popular spot for weddings.
Muttertag - Mother's Day
Austrian store windows for Mother's Day.
GENEALOGY / AHNENFORSCHUNG
FOTO FUN - QUIZZES
Foto Exercise: Numbers
A photo exercise that helps you practice your numbers with a self-scoring quiz.
Foto Exercise for Beginners
Can you answer these cultural questions based on the photos in this exercise? In English.
Intermediate Foto Exercise
Similar to the "Beginners" exercise above, but in all German.
Greetings and Postcards
Send a free German e-card to anyone with an email address.
MOVIE LOCATION PHOTOS in Germany and Austria
Aeon Flux in Berlin
A pictorial guide to the Berlin locations seen in the Hollywood sci-fi film Aeon Flux (2005) starring Charlize Theron. The film, set in "ein Berlin der Zukunft" (a Berlin of the future), features modern and classical architecture found all over Berlin.
Lola Locations - Berlin
If you've seen the German movie Run Lola Run (Lola rennt) and wondered where they filmed those scenes, here's a virtual tour of the Berlin shooting locations.
BOURNE in Berlin
A detailed look at the Berlin locations used in the film The Bourne Supremacy with Matt Damon and Franka Potente (Lola rennt).
The Third Man in Vienna
A look at the Vienna locations used in the film The Third Man with Joseph Cotten and Orson Welles. Part of the Vienna Walking Tours.
PEOPLE / MENSCHEN
Arnold Schwarzenegger's Hometown (Thal bei Graz)
Sigmund Freud in Vienna and London
Franz Kafka's Prague
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in Weimar
Pope Benedict - Marktl am Inn - The pope's birthplace in Bavaria
Friedrich von Schiller in Weimar
Famous Austrians, Germans, Swiss
Profiles of noted personalities from German-speaking Europe.
Wer bin ich?
Also see our biographical Ratespiele that invite you to guess who a famous (or not-so-famous) person is, based on the (German) clues given. Some with photos.
German for Beginners
Our free online German course.