That's the Rathaus (city hall) on the right. The upcoming pictures looking down are from the tower on the left.
This city is named after the Roman Emperor Augustus. Here's fountain with his likeness.
The Rathaus in the foreground, one of the larger Catholic churches in the distance.
Most of this area was pretty well destroyed during the war. So most of what you see had extensive renovation performed about 60 years ago.
Bianca under the bells in the clock tower next to the Rathaus in Augsburg. That's ort host Werner on the right. I wish I'd taken more and better pictures of him.
A smokestack from an old factory.
The crypt below the main altar. I forget who rests here.
This is a flat gate made with a forced perspective to appear deeper.
That's a portion of the city wall of Augsburg.
The water flows briskly through this canal in the old city of Augsburg. Portions of this canal are covered and its open elsewhere.
A restaurant we ended up in for some Schwabian food.