This small town is called "Ober Ammergau" and it is located in a very deep col in the Alps. If you don't go to Linderhof Palace, you can't find this small place. It is also called "Bihua Town". The old man doesn’t know if it’s frescoes or not. He just feels that the frescoes here are more exquisite than the frescoes towns in Switzerland.
Most of the towns are two to three-story buildings. On the walls of the old wooden houses, bright colors are used to outline exquisite patterns. From the content point of view, the materials are extremely extensive, and religion, mythology, history, and folklore are all embedded in the painting. Stepping into the town is like entering an open gallery, where the characters in the painting are vivid and the floral patterns are delicate and delicate.
Residents of the town seem to cherish every detail of their houses very much, and they are decorated with rich colors. Many door frames and window lintels have a circle of very three-dimensional patterns. Some houses are on the wall or corner, and there are Jesus or the Virgin. The statue gives people a strong religious color.
This fresco town of Amagao is one of the highlights of this trip. The religious-themed frescoes are very beautiful. The weather was very good at that time, and the frescoes contrasted with the blue sky and white clouds. The town is quiet and peaceful. The tour guide told us that the Passion of Jesus will be staged here every ten years. Devout Christians from around the world will gather
Oberamago, a world-famous "mural town" at the foot of the Alps, is located in many parts of the Upper Bavarian region, where traditional frescoes are painted on the buildings, and the variegated facade of houses makes visitors dazzled and admired. In the green hills of the town, a pair of frescoes combines bold imagination with superb art and architecture. Walking into the town is like entering an open gallery, with vivid figures and delicate flowers. Together, we look for the house with the red cap and the big gray wolf, which corner of the town is it hidden? Picture 8-9, the church of the pilgrimage of Weiss, known as the Rococo architecture, is a famous world heritage along the southern Alps coast of Germany!
Oberammergau is a famous fresco village located at the southern end of the Romantik Boulevard in Germany. It is a small town in the Alps near the German-Austrian border. Most of them are two to three-storey buildings. On the walls of simple wooden houses, Bright colors paint exquisite murals, which are popular with tourists for the three themed projects of murals, wood carvings, and Passion drama.
I can't help feeling sigh when I see the German countryside! The countryside is so tidy and the air is fresh! This cow saw me taking a photo and walked towards me to pose. It also knew that Sino-German relations are good! So friendly!