Osnabrück / Germany is a city in the state Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen). The city is home to around 165,000 people with 28.000 Students. Historically Osnabrück was the place where the 30 Years War (1618–48) ended by hosting the diplomatic negotiations leading to the Peace of Westphalia.
This pleasant city has several sights like the St. Peter’s Cathedral - the “Münster”, where we start our tour. After one round at the Domplatz we see the inner city with the Historic City Hall (Historisches Rathaus Osnabrück – Rathaus des westfälischen Friedens). Now it’s time to check the nicely walkable old town.
We walk to the western side of the city center via the Heger Tor, pass the Felix Nussbaum House / Museum of Cultural History. Later we return to the Domplatz and see more of the central city with several picturesque half-timbered houses.
Getting out of the city we pass the Ledenhof. As a final stop we see the Palace of Osnabrueck (Schloss Osnabrück). Our tour ends at the palace gardens on this late summer day.
Filmed in September 2020
Camera: Osmo Pocket in 4K60
Mic: Zoom H1