Sankt Anna

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by Carl Kruse

A thirty-minute southerly drive from Munich (Germany) and the land becomes one of lakes and trees, and further south the Alps. Much of what is Munich is what surrounds it. A book of many turns, surprises, like the 16th century Sankt Anna chapel in the woods, not to be confused with the larger and more majestic church of the same name in Munich.

Carl Kruse Blog _ Image of Sankt Anna

Sankt Anna

Here one imagines hermits (one hermit?) caring for it when it was in the middle of nowhere, plugged into an other-worldly vision of life. And for a moment you wonder of your place in the world and of the own chapels you might have built or might build, but then it’s back to the car, the autobahn, and soon again in Munich.


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Contact: carl AT carlkruse DOT com
If near Munich, also check out Bavaria Filmstadt.
The blog’s last post was on the poetry of Hazel Anna Rogers.
Find Carl Kruse also at the USGBC.

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