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Jakob Frenzel
Jakob Frenzel.

I was born in 1987 in West-Berlin. Since then I have visited many places in Europe and went on four trips through the USA, to New Zealand and Thailand.
2005 I discovered the magnificance of World heritage sites and since then try not to miss any on our journeys. We try to plan trips according to the locactions of WHS sites. That way we visited 18 sites in England 2018! And 28 sites on a trip to the Normandy. More trips like that are planned.

The German Televison produces short documentaries on each site, called Schätze der Welt, which I record and love to watch with the whole family. I recommend it to every WHS enthusiast.


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Kronborg Castle

Jakob Frenzel Germany - 31-Mar-21

Kronborg Castle

August 2020 - before biking from Copenhagen to Berlin we spent 3 days in and around the city. After visiting the Parforce hunting park we took the train at the north entrance further to Kronborg. We got kicked out of the train, as our ticket was not valid and the bikes not included. But luckily the next train came 20min later. In Kronborg we walked a bit around the castle, took an obligatory hamlet picture and visited the near food hall with around 20 street food stands. I had been on a sailing trip in the Kattegat in 1999, so had been here before. The revisit was very pleasant though

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Paseo del Prado and Buen Retiro

Jakob Frenzel Germany - 31-Mar-21

Paseo del Prado and Buen Retiro

April 2017 - at the end of our honeymoon trip through Andaluzia we took the train to Madrid and flew back from there. It was the same price as flying back from Sevilla directly. The Renfe entered Madrid early in the morning, we stored our baggage at the train station and took a long walk along the Prado and through the Retiro park. It was marathon that day so in the Park we could spot some athletes who either were done or gave up early. The park is nice, it has a giant lake, a wonderful greenhouse and some representative building, but I guess it is comparable to other city parks in Europe. We enjoyed way more Madrids early skyscrapers, the castle and our last tapas for that trip. Happy we visited another European capital, though.

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Montado, Cultural Landscape (T)

Jakob Frenzel Germany - 27-Feb-21

Montado, Cultural Landscape (T)

October 2020  - we drove south from Lisbon to Vila nova Milfontes. We took the occasion and took the most scenic roads through the cork forests of montado. We were driving for a few hours and all we saw was dry plantations with cork trees. I am positive, that if it should become a WHS we passed the core zone at some point or another. I would be in favor of seeing this tremendous amount of cork shaping the landscape being recognized. 

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Par force hunting landscape

Jakob Frenzel Germany - 16-Feb-21

Par force hunting landscape

August 2020 - despite the Corona summer we decided to travel by bike and train to Denmark. We spent 3 days in Copenhagen. One morning we started at the Campground in Charlottenlund and drove the few km north to Jaegersborg Dyrehave. Once we crossed the wooden gates we were in a mystic beech forest with deer ūü¶Ć running around freely. 
The open fields surrounding the Eremitage allow a wonderful view via this park onto the Baltic Sea. The Eremitage itself is a nice example for the hunting lodge architecture. The golf course is a pity on WHS ground though. We biked further north and eventually took the train to Kronborg.

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Belem

Jakob Frenzel Germany - 11-Feb-21

Belem

October 2020 - after our first breakfast in Lisbon we took the tram in the morning right tithe doors of the Jeronimo monastery. We were the only visitors so far, but the doors were about to open in 20 min. So we decided to use the time and walk up to the Magellan monument, from where you have a splendid view over the Golden Gate Bridge ūüėā, at least a very similar view as in San Francisco. We might as well visit the Torre de Belem, it is only a few hundred meters further walking along the Marina. A wonderful building which however appears a bit lost and is way smaller than you might imagine before visiting. We did not unter but had a small breakfast just in front. You can as well buy fresh pineapple juice. When we walked back to the monastery the line of visitors was already long

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Profile Data

Name
Jakob Frenzel
Country
Germany
Most Impressive
Grand Canyon, Cinque Terre and many more
Proposal
Saechsische Schweiz
Görlitz
Sequoia NP and many more
Rating Stats
Angkor 5
Sintra 4.5
Nancy 4
Oporto 4
Reims 4
Trier 4
Verona 4
Agrigento 3.5
Bamberg 3.5
Provins 3.5
Riga 3.5
Seville 3.5
Torun 3.5
Belem 3
Corvey 3
Elvas 3
Evora 2.5
Graz 2.5
Jelling 2.5
  1. Kronborg Castle
  2. Paseo del Prado and Buen Retiro
  3. Par force hunting landscape
  4. Sintra
  5. Belem
  6. Monastery of Alcobaça
  7. Monastery of Batalha
  8. Convent of Christ in Tomar
  9. University of Coimbra
  10. Mafra Palace, Convent and Royal Hunting Park
  11. Oporto
  12. Bom Jesus do Monte
  13. Guimar√£es
  14. Alto Douro
  15. Coa Valley and Siega Verde
  16. Elvas
  17. Evora
  18. Holasovice
  19. Ayutthaya
  20. Sukhothai
  21. Angkor
  22. Classical Weimar
  23. √öbeda and Baeza
  24. Seville
  25. Cordoba
  26. Medina Azahara
  27. Wartburg Castle
  28. Gorham's Cave Complex
  29. Granada
  30. Antequera Dolmens Site
  31. Donana National Park
  32. Bamberg
  33. Graz
  34. Regensburg
  35. Singapore Botanic Gardens
  36. Verona
  37. Belovezhskaya Pushcha / Bialowieza Forest
  38. Riga
  39. Su Nuraxi di Barumini
  40. Hedeby and Danevirke
  41. Grand Canyon
  42. Grand Canyon
  43. Mesa Verde
  44. Jelling
  45. Chaco Culture
  46. Taos Pueblo
  47. Torun
  48. Christiansfeld
  49. Syracuse
  50. Vilnius
  51. Kernav√ę
  52. Curonian Spit
  53. Speicherstadt and Kontorhaus District
  54. Luther Memorials
  55. Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe
  56. Upper Middle Rhine Valley
  57. Trier
  58. City of Luxembourg
  59. Völklingen Ironworks
  60. Nancy
  61. Reims
  62. Champagne
  63. Provins
  64. Fontainebleau
  65. Chartres Cathedral
  66. Mont-Saint-Michel
  67. Le Havre
  68. Amiens Cathedral
  69. Fortifications of Vauban
  70. Nord-Pas de Calais Mining Basin
  71. Belfries
  72. Notre-Dame Cathedral in Tournai
  73. Mining Sites of Wallonia
  74. Neolithic Flint Mines at Spiennes
  75. The Four Lifts
  76. Aachen Cathedral
  77. Castles of Augustusburg and Falkenlust
  78. Cologne Cathedral
  79. Corvey
  80. Fagus Factory
  81. Hildesheim Cathedral and Church
  82. Val di Noto
  83. Villa Romana del Casale
  84. Agrigento
  85. Arab-Norman Palermo
  86. Isole Eolie
  87. Mount Etna
  88. Blenheim Palace
  89. Saltaire
  90. Derwent Valley Mills
  91. Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape
  92. City of Bath
  93. Stonehenge
  94. The Slate Landscape of Northwest Wales
  95. Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal
  96. Blaenavon Industrial Landscape
  97. Dorset and East Devon Coast
  98. Gwynedd Castles
  99. Durham Castle and Cathedral
  100. Studley Royal Park
  101. Frontiers of the Roman Empire
  102. Lake District
  103. Liverpool
  104. Ironbridge Gorge
  105. Grand Place, Brussels
  106. Semmering Railway
  107. Vienna
  108. Hallstatt-Dachstein
  109. Schönbrunn
  110. Salzburg
  1. Abbey of Kremsm√ľnster (T)
  2. Aguas Livres Aqueduct (T)
  3. Alpine and pre-alpine meadow and marsh landscapes (T)
  4. Amalienborg and its district (T)
  5. Brooklyn Bridge (T)
  6. Bussaco cultural landscape (T)
  7. California Current Conservation Complex (T)
  8. Central Park (T)
  9. Centro Storico di Lucca (T)
  10. Centro Storico di Pavia e Certosa (T)
  11. Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte (T)
  12. Monuments, Sites and Cultural Landscape of Chiang Mai, Capital of Lanna (T)
  13. The Monastic City of Clonmacnoise and its Cultural Landscape (T)
  14. Monastery of Santa María de La Rábida and the Columbus Memorial Places in Huelva (T)
  15. Cultural Landscape of Innsbruck-Nordkette/Karwendel (T)
  16. Diocletian's Palace and the Historical Nucleus of Split (extension) (T)
  17. Dreams in Stone - the palaces of King Ludwig II of Bavaria: Neuschwanstein, Linderhof and Herrenchiemsee (T)
  18. Early Medieval Monastic Sites (T)
  19. Alvaro Siza's Architecture Works (T)
  20. Extension of the World Heritage Site "Historic Centre of Prague" with the important Monuments in its Vicinity (T)
  21. Fortress Town of Palmanova (T)
  22. Francke Foundation Buildings (T)
  23. Gdansk - Town of Memory and Freedom (T)
  24. GrobiŇÜa archaeological ensemble (T)
  25. Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (T)
  26. Historic Centre of Guimar√£es and Couros Zone (extension) (T)
  27. Historical Lisbon, Global City (T)
  28. Jaén Cathedral (extension of the Renaissance Monumental Ensembles of Úbeda and Baeza) (T)
  29. Kahurangi National Park, Farewell Spit and Canaan karst system (T)
  30. Karst Valleys of Slovakia (T)
  31. Kaunas 1919-1939: The Capital Inspired by the Modern Movement (T)
  32. Lake Maggiore and Lake D'Orta lakelands (T)
  33. Le noyau historique ou la 'Cuve' de Gand, et les deux abbayes qui sont à son origine (T)
  34. Le Palais de Justice de Bruxelles (T)
  35. Le palais de Princes Eveques de Liège (T)
  36. Les citadelles mosanes (T)
  37. Les passages de Bruxelles / Les Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert (T)
  38. Les Plages du Débarquement, Normandie, 1944 (T)
  39. Les villes bastionnées des Pays-Bas du nord-ouest de l'Europe (T)
  40. Luther memorials in Saxony-Anhalt, Saxony, Bavaria and Thuringia (T)
  41. Metz Royale et Impériale, enjeux de pouvoir, confrontations stylistiques et identité urbaine (T)
  42. Mining Historical Heritage (T)
  43. Montado, Cultural Landscape (T)
  44. Mountain-top Hotel and Television Transmitter JeŇ°tńõd (T)
  45. National Park Hohe Tauern (T)
  46. Natural Reserves of Tatras Mountain (T)
  47. Noyau historique d'Antwerpen -Anvers- de l'Escaut aux anciens remparts de vers 1250 (T)
  48. √Ėd√∂n Lechner's independent pre-modern architecture (T)
  49. Old Synagogue and Mikveh in Erfurt - Testimonies of everyday life, religion and town history between change and continuity (T)
  50. Original Meadow - Pasture Sites of Slovakia (T)
  51. Pombaline Lisbon (T)
  52. PrimoŇ°ten Vineyards (T)
  53. Residence Ensemble Schwerin - Cultural Landscape of Romantic Historicism (T)
  54. Rouen : ensemble urbain à pans de bois, cathédrale, église Saint-Ouen, église Saint Maclou (T)
  55. Routes of Santiago de Compostela in Portugal (T)
  56. Sites funéraires et mémoriels de la Première Guerre mondiale (Front Ouest) (T)
  57. Sites funéraires et mémoriels de la Première Guerre mondiale (Front Ouest) (Belgium) (T)
  58. Southwest Coast (T)
  59. Taormina and Isola Bella (T)
  60. The Aniene valley and Villa Gregoriana in Tivoli (T)
  61. The Augustow Canal (Kanal Augustowski) (T)
  62. The Betlém Rock Sculptures near Kuks (T)
  63. The Burren (T)
  64. The city of Bergamo (T)
  65. The Dunejec River Gorge in the Pieniny Mountains (T)
  66. The Fortress of Terezín (T)
  67. The Historic City of Dublin (T)
  68. The Jewish Cemetery of Altona Königstrasse. Sephardic Sepulchral Culture of the 17th and 18th century between Europe and the Caribbean (T)
  69. The Marble Basin of Carrara (T)
  70. The Neanderthal fossil sites of Wallonia (T)
  71. The Olive Grove Landscapes of Andalusia (T)
  72. The Royal Sites of Ireland: Cashel, D√ļn Ailinne, Hill of Uisneach, Rathcroghan Complex, and Tara Complex (T)
  73. The Twin Monastery of Wearmouth Jarrow (T)
  74. The West Bohemian Spa Triangle (T)
  75. Trakai Historical National Park (T)
  76. Varazdin (T)
  77. Velebit Mountain (T)
  78. Vila Viçosa (T)
  79. Villas of the Papal Nobility (T)
  80. Volterra: Historical City and Cultural Landscape (T)
  81. Waters and seabed of Fiordland (Te Moana O Atawhenua) (T)
  82. Zadar - Episcopal complex (T)
  83. ŇĹatec ‚Äď the Hops Town (T)

Reviewed TWHS

  1. Montado, Cultural Landscape (T)
  2. Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (T)
  3. Southwest Coast (T)
  4. Bussaco cultural landscape (T)
  5. Alvaro Siza's Architecture Works (T)
  6. Vila Viçosa (T)
  7. ŇĹatec ‚Äď the Hops Town (T)
  8. Monuments, Sites and Cultural Landscape of Chiang Mai, Capital of Lanna (T)
  9. Old Synagogue and Mikveh in Erfurt - Testimonies of everyday life, religion and town history between change and continuity (T)
  10. The Olive Grove Landscapes of Andalusia (T)
  11. Jaén Cathedral (extension of the Renaissance Monumental Ensembles of Úbeda and Baeza) (T)
  12. Monastery of Santa María de La Rábida and the Columbus Memorial Places in Huelva (T)
  13. GrobiŇÜa archaeological ensemble (T)
  14. The Augustow Canal (Kanal Augustowski) (T)
  15. Trakai Historical National Park (T)
  16. Kaunas 1919-1939: The Capital Inspired by the Modern Movement (T)
  17. Kuldńęga (Goldingen) (T)
  18. The Jewish Cemetery of Altona Königstrasse. Sephardic Sepulchral Culture of the 17th and 18th century between Europe and the Caribbean (T)
  19. Francke Foundation Buildings (T)
  20. Metz Royale et Impériale, enjeux de pouvoir, confrontations stylistiques et identité urbaine (T)
  21. Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte (T)
  22. Domaine de Fontainebleau : ch√Ęteau, jardins, parc et for√™t (T)
  23. Les Plages du Débarquement, Normandie, 1944 (T)
  24. Voormalige Nazorgkolonie en Sanatorium Zonnestraal (T)
  25. Rouen : ensemble urbain à pans de bois, cathédrale, église Saint-Ouen, église Saint Maclou (T)
  26. Sites funéraires et mémoriels de la Première Guerre mondiale (Front Ouest) (T)
  27. Les citadelles mosanes (T)
  28. The Neanderthal fossil sites of Wallonia (T)
  29. Taormina and Isola Bella (T)
  30. Shakespeare's Stratford (T)
  31. "SS Gt Britain" (T)
  32. The Twin Monastery of Wearmouth Jarrow (T)
  33. Menai + Conwy Bridges (T)
  34. Caerleon legionary fortress (T)
  35. The Betlém Rock Sculptures near Kuks (T)
  36. National Park Hohe Tauern (T)
  37. Abbey of Kremsm√ľnster (T)
  38. The Fortress of Terezín (T)