Noir Street in Germany’s Osnabrück Glowing with Festivity
European cities are unlike the United States in that they are famous not for modernizing but rather preserving their traditional history. This is apparent in many ways of the European culture. Think about it, the architecture, the music, the food, and so on. This German gem, Noir Street, is a perfect example of a European city preserving tradition.
You can see that although over five decades have passed, the town maintained its original architecture – instead of building tall skyscrapers, they’ve preserved the buildings and houses as they were, and even the road looks almost the same. There’s something truly magical about this authenticity and sense of nostalgia.