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• Die Fleckengemeinde Aerzen liegt im Süden von Niedersachsen, direkt an der Grenze zu Nordrhein-Westfalen. Der Flecken befindet sich etwa 10 km südwestlich von Hameln.
...auf den Weg zu seiner Arbeitsstätte bei Fa. Lenze radelt Manfred regelmäßig durch den Flecken Aerzen.

• Aerzen is a commune in the south of Lower Saxony direct at the border of North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany. It is situated 10 kms southwest of Hamelin.
...on the way to his workplace at company Lenze, Manfred cycles regularly through the commune Aerzen.

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Wo der Herr nicht das Haus baut, so arbeiten umsonst, die daran bauen.

Unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain that build it.

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  • Marbess Premium user Russia (Private)
    10 years 8 months ago
    That s a very profound idea! But is it need to write it on a house? If it may attract some negative energy...-;)))
    • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
      10 years 8 months ago
      Hi, Marbess! Thanks for the comment.  :-) 
      Inscriptions in oak-wooden beams of half-timbered houses are a medieval German tradition!
      By the inscription texts, which often come from the Holy Bible, the inhabitants wanted to show their devoutness and religiousness. 
      The house on the photo was built in the 18-th century. Because the house already survived a long time, the negative energy cannot be very big. :o)) 
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