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City Views #1006: Fisheye Stroll 29


Walking along Mülheim’s Hagdorn in the historic inner city you can see a curious mix of new and old houses.

« Google Maps » | Date: 24.03.2021

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City Views #1005: Fisheye Stroll 28


Walking South from Mülheim’s Kirchenhügel, the street splits into the Hagdorn to the left and the Kettwiger Straße to the right. We’re going left in the following photos, because that’s the way home!

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City Views #1004: Fisheye Stroll 27


Mülheim’s Kirchenhügel from the South.

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City Views #1003: Fisheye Stroll 26


Getting the two churches on Mülheim’s Kirchenhügel into one photo is only possible with a Fisheye lens – on the left is the protestant Petrikirche, on the right the catholic Marienkirche.

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City Views #1002: Fisheye Stroll 25


Mülheim’s Kirchenhügel with the Petrikirche and the newly built house that unfortunately now blocks the view of the Mausefalle.

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City Views #1001: Fisheye Stroll 24


The view of Mülheim’s Kirchenhügel from in front of the Petrikirche – sadly you are not able to see the Mausefalle from here anymore, because the house on the right was newly built a few years ago in a misguided attempt to restore the cramped housing from over a century ago.

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City Views #1000: Fisheye Stroll 23


Mülheim’s Petrikirche from close up with the top of the Mausefalle arch on the left side – the old timberframe house is actually part of the Mausefalle complex too.

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City Views #999: Fisheye Stroll 22


Mülheim’s Petrikirche from an unusual perspective – with a normal lens it’s impossible to get it into one photo from this location!

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City Views #998: Fisheye Stroll 21


A wide view of Mülheim’s Mausefalle next to the Petrikirche. Under the scaffolding on the left is the Tersteegenhaus wnich is under renovation right now because it almost collapsed a few years ago.

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City Views #997: Fisheye Stroll 20


Mülheim’s Mausefalle from the East, the more familiar view that leads from the Church down into the city.

« Google Maps » | Date: 24.03.2021

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