|Wolfgang Thierse (right) with Freiburg's MP Gernot Erler |
on a visit in front of the Neues Rathaus in August 2002
However there are more regional names. You buy Rundstücke in Hamburg, Wecke in Hessia, Brüdche in Cologne, and Brötli in Switzerland. In addition there are lots of variations carrying special names of which I like in particular:
|Röggelchen made partly from rye flower. Served in Cologne |
with a chunk of middle-old Dutch cheese as Halve Hahn.
|Doppel-Bürli with its dark crust baked in Switzerland |
and best with butter and a slice of Gruyere cheese (©Wikipedia).
|Schusterjunge (cobbler's apprentice) in Berlin. A roll made from rye. |
Simply delicious when spread with crackling fat (©Wikipedia).
|We are one people, you are another (©dpa)|
|Käthe Kollwitz sculpture on Käthe-Kollwitz-Platz (©dpa)|
|Wolfgang Thierse with the golden fool's Bell (©Der Spiegel)|
|A Swabian enclave on Prenzlauer Berg|