Rhine Tour, 1930’s – Lorelei Rock 2

The postcard tour of the Rhine river concludes with another view of the Lorelei rock.

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

The description is again an excerpt from a poem, crudely translated as follows:

The Loreley waved from treacherous rock –
Power flooded down her veil
And contributes to the listening land into
The gold flowers enamel of their songs.
She has sung in my lonely hour
Of home and hope and love –
There are the words out of her mouth
Forever remain in our hearts.

From the epic “Defiance Cat” by Jörg Ritzel

It is number 136 in the series.

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