It is located close to the address Kleine Berg 33 what used to be the butchery of my grand-uncle Gerrit Bannenberg (the man with the hat: Eindhoven in Beeld), Currently it is a comic store.
The brothers Bannenberg are on the picture below from 1929. From the left to the right: Pierre, Willem (was a director of the Coberco factory), Gerrit (butchers store Eindhoven), Rudolf (my granddad, butchery Amsterdam), Hein and Jan. Gerrit bought the butchery at the Kleine Berg from his brother in law Co Herkes in 1924.
This is the view from the attic of my former house in the centre of Eindhoven. Facing south one can see the St. Joris church and in the front the Stuiverstraat.
In the north-west direction there is the Catharina church, our sky-scraper the Regent and the Paters church. The first row of houses are along the Tonglrese straat.
In 2006, I moved to Stratum in Eindhoven. Here is the Gerarduschurch that is in front of the house.
I was lucky to visit Cambridge not as a tourist, but as a student. Inside the wonderful buildings of for example King’s College, Trinity College and St. John’s College (see below) there is the rich history of the University of Cambridge. Nowadays, the institutes are still important in science and the life of the students is big fun due to the inspiring environment.
This is Scalpsie Bay on Bute, together with Cowal one of the highlights of Argyl.
Despite some residues of the frightening history of Northern Ireland, Belfast is now a very nice place to be. The other picture is of the Dunluce Caste on the Northern Coast.
A beautiful country. The first picture is of the country of Galway. Galway itself is a very nice city, much more cosy than Dublin. The second one is of a place on the Southern-West Atlantic coast, close to the Dursey Island. It can be found from the Ring of Beara. When driving from Galway to the South, one can find the Cliffs of Moher, as shown in the last two pictures.
Groot Begijnhof and the Arenberg Castle as shown on the picture.
A weird phenomenon in France: the highest dune you can imagine: "Dune du Pyla" in the Bay of Arcachon.
Besides famous buildings and plaza's, Venice is especially interesting for the alleys with restaurants and artist workshops which are less common.
In the lake district in the north of Italy, one can find the Lago Di Annone
And a city in the direction of Torino.
The Ordesa national park in the Spanish Pyrenees. The Picture taken in Torla, from which you enter the Ordesa national park.
The huge Cabarcenico zoo close to Santander in Cantabria shows animals in an old mining region. See here the white rhino's.
Just a house as can be seen from the amazing road from the coast to Potes, Cantabria.
Barcelona with its intersting houses and the Park Güell.
Lisbon, with the LX-Factory.
The Tatra mountains are located at the border between Poland and Slovakia. After visiting the Alps in Austria and Switzerland for years, it is great to discover new areas where you can walk and be on a camping site in beautiful landscapes.
Very commercial, but nice to visit anyway, is the lake of Bled. The mountains are the Julian Alps, completing the views on lakes and green forests.
Visited in July 1990, when it was still Yugoslavia, and in August 2011. The first pictures are from Istria. The village Rovinj with it's shallow streets, and the Roman arena in Pula.
The other pictures are taken in the Plitvice lakes park in the region of Dalmatia.
The AEG factory in Berlin, currently the Fraunhofer research institute.
Dresden and the Dresden zoo.
Bieszczady, this is a house in Baligród, and a church in the Bieszczady mountains.
The old houses in the harbour of Bergen (called Bryggen) are known from every jigsaw and postcard. The area close to the aquarium is in a similar style.
Following the 520 from Sauda to Røldal we can see a desolated landscape like this.
An absolute highlight is an elk-safari in the neighbourhood of Trøgstad.
Rovaniemi and the arctic cicle
See also the photo pages.