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Melk Abbey- A Jewel on the Danube

Melk Abbey is one of those places I decided to visit solely because it was a UNESCO World Heritage Site. I didn’t know much about it all, or really even heard of it before. I just knew it was close to Vienna and that Melk was the gateway to the Wachau Valley, which I had always…

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  • Jeff Titelius - What an EXQUISITE recap of your visit to the Melk Abbey and I am SO relieved that you abided by their request not to photograph the library…I have seen so many ignore this simple request. Thank you! Your photography is stunning as usual, especially the Abbey Church and the ceiling fresco in the marble hall!! I loved the illusion and kept walking back and forth to discover how it worked! A stunning optical illusion and brilliantly rendered by your camera’s eye!! Loved this article!February 9, 2015 – 6:35 pmReplyCancel

    • Rhonda Krause - Thanks, Jeff! Apart from the library, that fresco was my favourite part. I am always amazed at how talented artists are!February 9, 2015 – 9:02 pmReplyCancel


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