Germany’s rural vistas of rolling hills, cloaked in pine, spruce, beech and oak, verdant valleys and delightful gothic homes, that fall from the pages of the Brothers Grimm, have been over-run with more than 20,000 of these things.
If there was still a market for Picture Postcards, then the State of Bavaria would be top of the list among the German Lander – mountains capped in snow, impenetrable forests, and fairy-tale castles make it the natural backdrop for holiday snaps and landscape artistry.
Generally, the Bavarian has a reputation for humour and hospitality: think October and giant steins delivered by buxom dirndl clad frauleins. However, that humour and hospitality has its natural limits.
With German’s eco-fascist, ‘Greens’ hell-bent on spearing thousands more turbines all over Bavaria, more than 300 pro-community groups have taken to the barricades to demand a halt to…
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