Actually....Wust, Tangermünde, and Jerichow...I didn't want to have to write 3 entries
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July 27th, 2008 – by: Polar15
Wust is a small town of about 400 inhabitants. Originally it was land owned by a noble family, the von Kattes. After several hundred years, the death of the Wust von Katte line, and the German Democratic Republic, Wust became home of a summer school for Germans to learn English from native English speakers. Well, the summer school is in its 18th year and they were nice enough to invite us to Wust to sing for them.
Saturday the group went by car to the city of Tangermünde, a medium sized city on the Elbe river that will celebrate its 1000 year anniversary in September. It really is an incredible town. The transition from all of the other cities we have visited is amazing. Instead of the walls being built of stone like the others, it is built of red brick. Just check out the pictures, you'll understand.
Today, we sang for a church service Jerichow. Not really much to say, other than an incredible building and really cool modern sculpture. It's a brief and somewhat boring update, but I'm trying to get some research done for a paper that's due tomorrow. I'll take more time on my next update.
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