With the use of the photochromation technique to bring out the color in black and white, the new photobook “Germany Around 1900” shows how beautiful the country was at the turn of the century.
The book is the work of author and museum curator Karin Lelonek. Its 800 pictures provide quite the fascinating look into the splendor of 1900’s Germany. Check out some of the stunning photos below.
Castle of Sigmaringen
Heinstein Castle near Trechtingshausen / Butchers’ Guild Hall, Hildesheim
Schwerin grand-ducal palace, Mecklenburg
Traditional German kitchen
Wernigerode Town Hall
The coast around Westerland
Frederick Bridge and Berlin’s cathedral
Bedroom, Neuschwanstein Castle, south of Munich