Rhine Tour, 1930’s: Castle Cat

This picture is a little confusing. Even though the emphasis is on the riverfront and the church, the description talks about the structure on the hill in the upper background.

Astudin-Karten vom Rhein. Verlag von Hausch & Bechstedt, Köln.

The description on the back translates as follows:

Castle Cat

Wall and towers, floating high above,

The main boldly lifting into the clouds,

Catle Cat looks proud to rich country,

She has to citizen use and profit

Adopted the royal residence here

On vine-wreathed Fensenwald.

— From the epic “Defiance-Cat” by Jörg Ritzel

This is number 129 in the series.



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