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Weser Collection

"Weser: A River of History, Love, and Beauty" The Weser River flows gracefully through the heart of Bremen, Germany

Background imageWeser Collection: City map of Bremen, Germany, lithograph, published 1897

City map of Bremen, Germany, lithograph, published 1897
City map of Bremen, Germany. Lithograph, published in 1897

Background imageWeser Collection: Roten Sande Lighthouse

Roten Sande Lighthouse
The lighthouse on Roten Sande, in the Weser estuary on Germanys Nordzee coast

Background imageWeser Collection: The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat

The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat
5616355 The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat; (add.info.: Illustration depicting the Weser workmen destroying Denis Papin's steamboat)

Background imageWeser Collection: The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat

The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat
5616358 The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat; (add.info.: Illustration depicting the Weser workmen destroying Denis Papin's steamboat)

Background imageWeser Collection: The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat

The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat
5616318 The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat; (add.info.: Illustration depicting the Weser workmen destroying Denis Papin's steamboat)

Background imageWeser Collection: The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat

The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat
5616317 The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat; (add.info.: Illustration depicting the Weser workmen destroying Denis Papin's steamboat)

Background imageWeser Collection: The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat

The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat
5616316 The Weser workmen destroying Papin's steamboat; (add.info.: Illustration depicting the Weser workmen destroying Denis Papin's steamboat)

Background imageWeser Collection: Martini pier on the Weser with St. Martini Church, Bremen, Germany

Martini pier on the Weser with St. Martini Church, Bremen, Germany

Background imageWeser Collection: Historic houses at the Martini pier on the Weser, Bremen, Germany

Historic houses at the Martini pier on the Weser, Bremen, Germany

Background imageWeser Collection: Martini pier on the Weser, Bremen, Germany

Martini pier on the Weser, Bremen, Germany

Background imageWeser Collection: Martini pier on a summer evening with St. Martini Church, Bremen, Germany

Martini pier on a summer evening with St. Martini Church, Bremen, Germany

Background imageWeser Collection: Pannekoekschip Admiral Nelson at the Martini pier, Bremen, Germany

Pannekoekschip Admiral Nelson at the Martini pier, Bremen, Germany

Background imageWeser Collection: Martini pier on a summer evening, Bremen, Germany

Martini pier on a summer evening, Bremen, Germany

Background imageWeser Collection: Historic sailing ships Admiral Nelson and Alexander von Humboldt at the Martini pier with St

Historic sailing ships Admiral Nelson and Alexander von Humboldt at the Martini pier with St. Martini Church, Bremen, Germany

Background imageWeser Collection: View of the Great Bridge over the River Weser in Bremen, 1755-1779

View of the Great Bridge over the River Weser in Bremen, 1755-1779. Creator: Johann Friedrich Leizelt
View of the Great Bridge over the River Weser in Bremen, 1755-1779. On the right the Sint-Martinikerk

Background imageWeser Collection: St. Martinis church and sailboats on river Weser, Bremen, Germany

St. Martinis church and sailboats on river Weser, Bremen, Germany

Background imageWeser Collection: Bremen, Bremen State, Germany. Cityscape at sunset over the Weser river

Bremen, Bremen State, Germany. Cityscape at sunset over the Weser river

Background imageWeser Collection: Bremen, Bremen State, Germany. St. Martins Church and Pannekoekschip Admiral

Bremen, Bremen State, Germany. St. Martins Church and Pannekoekschip Admiral
Bremen, Bremen State, Germany. St. Martins Church and Pannekoekschip " Admiral Nelson" old ship on Weser river

Background imageWeser Collection: Smart Gent sits beneath a tree and thinks of his love

Smart Gent sits beneath a tree and thinks of his love
Smart Gent sits beneath a tree with his lute, dreaming of his sweetheart and composing some lines of romantic poetry and song

Background imageWeser Collection: Piasecki Vertol CH-21C 83 17

Piasecki Vertol CH-21C 83 17
Bundeswehr Heer (German Army) - Piasecki (Vertol) CH-21C 83 17 (msn WG17), one of 32 built under license by Weser Flugzeugbau for the West German Army, at Niedermendig, circa 1970

Background imageWeser Collection: Gustaf Adolf II, (1933). Creator: Unknown

Gustaf Adolf II, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Gustaf Adolf II, (1933). Portrait of King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden (1594-1632) became King of Sweden in 1611. He was the leader of the Protestants in the Thirty Years War (1618-1648) in Europe

Background imageWeser Collection: Pass card part Elbe Weser Jadeboezem Pass Iade

Pass card part Elbe Weser Jadeboezem Pass Iade
Pass card of a part of the Elbe, Weser and Jadeboezem Pass of the Iade, Weser and Elve, With a part of Emderland. Keydingerland, Holsatia and Ditmarschen

Background imageWeser Collection: Otto Albert Koch (1866-1920), German graphic artist. 1909 the Battle of the

Otto Albert Koch (1866-1920), German graphic artist. 1909 the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest or the Battle of Varus In 9 AD

Background imageWeser Collection: Weser River at Bremen, Germany, WW2

Weser River at Bremen, Germany, WW2
Weser River at Bremen, north-west Germany, July 1945. 1945

Background imageWeser Collection: The boatmen of the Weser chop Papins steamboat in pieces

The boatmen of the Weser chop Papins steamboat in pieces

Background imageWeser Collection: Sea chart of part of the Elbe, the Weser and Jadebusen, Jan Luyken, Johannes van Keulen I

Sea chart of part of the Elbe, the Weser and Jadebusen, Jan Luyken, Johannes van Keulen I, unknown, 1681 - 1799

Background imageWeser Collection: Lighthouse, bollard, Weser river, Bremerhaven, Bremen, Germany, Europe

Lighthouse, bollard, Weser river, Bremerhaven, Bremen, Germany, Europe

Background imageWeser Collection: Wesermarsch marsh, landscape near Bremerhaven, Germany, Lower Saxony, Europe

Wesermarsch marsh, landscape near Bremerhaven, Germany, Lower Saxony, Europe

Background imageWeser Collection: GERMANY, State of Bremen, Bremen, Badestrand. Beach on the Weser River

GERMANY, State of Bremen, Bremen, Badestrand. Beach on the Weser River
Germany, State of Bremen, Bremen, Badestrand. Beach on the Weser River

Background imageWeser Collection: Picture No. 10887344

Picture No. 10887344
Autumn Colour - along the banks of the river Weser Date:

Background imageWeser Collection: Picture No. 10984699

Picture No. 10984699
River Weser on a frosty morning in November - Lower Saxony, Germany Date:

Background imageWeser Collection: Picture No. 10901030

Picture No. 10901030
Oak Trees and Autumn Fog (Quercus robur) Date:

Background imageWeser Collection: Picture No. 10900988

Picture No. 10900988
River Weser - lowland river Date:

Background imageWeser Collection: Picture No. 10900989

Picture No. 10900989
River Weser - lowland river Date:

Background imageWeser Collection: Picture No. 10893860

Picture No. 10893860
Winter Moonlight - over the River Weser - rotating ice-flows Date:

Background imageWeser Collection: Picture No. 10900987

Picture No. 10900987
River Weser - lowland river Date:

Background imageWeser Collection: The French physicist Denis Papins (1647-1712) steamboat being wrecked, 1707

The French physicist Denis Papins (1647-1712) steamboat being wrecked, 1707. The boatmen on the river Weser saw it as a threat to their jobs and destroyed the engine

Background imageWeser Collection: Destruction of Papin's steamboat

Destruction of Papin's steamboat
In 1707, Denis Papin (1647-1712), French physicist and steam engine pioneer, built a paddle-steamer powered by a piston-in-cylinder steam engine he had devised in 1690

Background imageWeser Collection: Germany, State of Bremen, Bremerhaven. Harbor view from Atlantic Sail City Building

Germany, State of Bremen, Bremerhaven. Harbor view from Atlantic Sail City Building

Background imageWeser Collection: Germany, State of Bremen, Bremen. Weser River waterfront

Germany, State of Bremen, Bremen. Weser River waterfront

Background imageWeser Collection: DENIS PAPIN (1647-1712). French physicist. Papin overseeing the construction of his steam-powered

DENIS PAPIN (1647-1712). French physicist. Papin overseeing the construction of his steam-powered boat on the Weser River, Kassel, Germany, 1704. Line engraving, French, 19th century

Background imageWeser Collection: PORTA WESTFALICA, 1829. The Porta Westfalica looking down the Weser toward Minden

PORTA WESTFALICA, 1829. The Porta Westfalica looking down the Weser toward Minden. Steel engraving by Letitia Byrne, 1829, after a drawing by Robert Batty

Background imageWeser Collection: Der Klut & Die Weser, Hameln, Hanover, Germany Der Klut & Di

Der Klut & Die Weser, Hameln, Hanover, Germany Der Klut & Di
Der Klut & Die Weser, Hameln, Hanover, Germany. Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageWeser Collection: Hann. Munden, Germany - River Weser

Hann. Munden, Germany - River Weser
Hann. Munden (short for Hannoversch Munden) - a town in Lower Saxony, Germany. Located in the district of Gottingen at the confluence of the Fulda and Werra rivers



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"Weser: A River of History, Love, and Beauty" The Weser River flows gracefully through the heart of Bremen, Germany, carrying with it a rich tapestry of stories and memories. As the sun sets over its shimmering waters, the cityscape comes alive in a breathtaking display. At its banks stands the iconic Roten Sande Lighthouse, proudly guiding ships along their journey. Its beacon serves as a symbol of hope and safety for sailors navigating these historic waters. Underneath a majestic tree by the river's edge sits a smart gentleman lost in thought. His mind wanders to his beloved; he yearns for her presence as he gazes into the distance. The Weser's tranquil ambiance provides solace to his contemplative soul. In times past, this very river witnessed significant events that shaped history. During World War II, it bore witness to both triumphs and tragedies - an enduring testament to human resilience amidst turmoil. St. Martinis church stands tall against the backdrop of sailboats gently gliding on the Weser's currents. This harmonious scene captures Bremen's enchanting blend of spirituality and maritime heritage. A vintage lithograph map showcases Bremen's intricate network of streets and alleys that have evolved over time. It reflects how this vibrant city has grown around its lifeblood - the mighty Weser River. Centuries ago, Charlemagne himself baptized Saxons in these sacred waters during 782 AD - an event immortalized in art forevermore. The Weser holds within it echoes from ancient times when empires clashed along its shores. Even Swedish King Gustaf Adolf II found solace on these serene banks during his visit in 1933 - captivated by Bremen's allure just like countless others before him. As day turns into nightfall, colorful lights illuminate bridges spanning across this timeless river while Pannekoekschip Admiral docks nearby St. Martins Church.