Wetter sehnde

Un temporale a Sehnde, vicino a Hannover, in Germania, il 10 giugno.

Seit Jahrhunderten gilt der Luchs in Rheinland-Pfalz als ausgestorben. Das soll sich nun ändern. Im Pfälzerwald wurden jetzt drei Luchse ausgewildert.

Lunedì 30 marzo - Il Post

Lunedì 30 marzo - Il Post

Le foto della neve in Germania - Il Post

Le foto della neve in Germania - Il Post

Nach voriger Anmeldung holen wir Euch von den Bahnhöfen Sehnde oder Algermissen mit unserem Hotelshuttle ab, kostenfrei, egal bei welchem Wetter :). halbersbacher.de/landhotel

Nach voriger Anmeldung holen wir Euch von den Bahnhöfen Sehnde oder Algermissen mit unserem Hotelshuttle ab, kostenfrei, egal bei welchem Wetter :). halbersbacher.de/landhotel

Lightning seen during a thunderstorm. Sehnde, Germany.

Lightning seen during a thunderstorm. Sehnde, Germany.

Windmills are seen through the morning mist rising from a field in Sehnde near Hanover, northern Germany, on Sept. 22, 2016.

The Best Weather Photos of 2016

Windmills are seen through the morning mist rising from a field in Sehnde near Hanover, northern Germany, on Sept. 22, 2016.

Bright and Breezy: "Smarties Mill," a wind wheel in Sehnde, Germany, is seen in this long-exposure image on April 15. Installed by French artist Patrick Raynaud in 2011, the wheel is covered with 30 string lights and strobe fixtures. As wind speeds wax and wane, so too does the intensity of the lights, which draw power from the turbine. The design was commissioned by Hanover's Expo-Region Climate Protection Programme to show the public the beauty of wind power. (Photo: Alexander ...

Bright and Breezy: "Smarties Mill," a wind wheel in Sehnde, Germany, is seen in this long-exposure image on April 15. Installed by French artist Patrick Raynaud in 2011, the wheel is covered with 30 string lights and strobe fixtures. As wind speeds wax and wane, so too does the intensity of the lights, which draw power from the turbine. The design was commissioned by Hanover's Expo-Region Climate Protection Programme to show the public the beauty of wind power. (Photo: Alexander ...

A hare sits on a meadow on September 2, 2014 near Sehnde, central Germany.

A hare sits on a meadow on September 2, 2014 near Sehnde, central Germany.

Windmills are seen through the morning mist rising from a field in Sehnde near Hanover, northern Germany, on September 22, 2016.Autumn officially begins on the equinox on September 22. / AFP / dpa / Julian Stratenschulte / Germany OUT        (Photo credit should read JULIAN STRATENSCHULTE/AFP/Getty Images) via @AOL_Lifestyle Read more: http://www.aol.com/article/news/2016/10/26/heavy-snow-to-blanket-parts-of-northeastern-us/21592146/?a_dgi=aolshare_pinterest#fullscreen

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Windmills are seen through the morning mist rising from a field in Sehnde near Hanover, northern Germany, on September 22, 2016.Autumn officially begins on the equinox on September 22. / AFP / dpa / Julian Stratenschulte / Germany OUT (Photo credit should read JULIAN STRATENSCHULTE/AFP/Getty Images) via @AOL_Lifestyle Read more: http://www.aol.com/article/news/2016/10/26/heavy-snow-to-blanket-parts-of-northeastern-us/21592146/?a_dgi=aolshare_pinterest#fullscreen

A bird sits on the branch of a tree silhouetted against the rising sun near Sehnde, Germany, September 18, 2014, in this deliberately underexposed picture. Indian summer, or Altweibersommer (old womens summer) in German, is a weather phenomenon which often brings sunny weather between mid-September and the start of October in parts of central Europe. (EPA/JULIAN STRATENSCHULTE)

Photos of the day - September 18, 2014

A bird sits on the branch of a tree silhouetted against the rising sun near Sehnde, Germany, September 18, 2014, in this deliberately underexposed picture. Indian summer, or Altweibersommer (old womens summer) in German, is a weather phenomenon which often brings sunny weather between mid-September and the start of October in parts of central Europe. (EPA/JULIAN STRATENSCHULTE)

The silhouette of a cat walking on top of a fence stands out against the sky during sunrise near Sehnde, Germany - (EPA/JULIAN STRATENSCHULTE)

Wir Menschen haben runde Pupillen, doch die Natur ist kreativ. Katzen etwa haben einen vertikalen Schlitz. Wer in die Augen von Schafe und Ziegen blickt, findet ein horizontales Rechteck. Das hat Gründe.

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