June 1989, Passau, Germany
At the point where the rivers Danube and Inn meet, a flagpole flies the flags of the countries through or past which the Danube flows. In 1989 (when this photo was taken), these countries were Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Romania, and USSR.
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Passau from the river Danube. Towers from left: St. Michaels, Niedernburg, Cathedral, City Hall, and St. Pauls.
Passau is one of the more attractive cities in Germany, described as one of the seven most beautiful cities in the world by naturalist and geographer Alexander von Humboldt. The main geographical feature is the confluence of three rivers at one place: Inn, Danube, and Ilz.