With our stories and insider tips from the region we want to show how to enjoy living at the lake, ensuing this years slogan: ”Relaxed at the lake”. Once again we met interesting and creative personalities, for example the granddaughter of the last emperor of Austria. She does not live in Vienna, as one might imagine, but in Seeheim at lake Starnberg. From there she has made a name for herself as an internationally known artist.
For the latest issue of SeeMagazin editor-in-chief Stefan Ruzas visited actor and book author Hannes Jaenicke in his comfortably remodeled barn at lake Ammersee. There they spoke about the world and his wife, literally.
Furthermore, Germany's most successful fitness author Nina Winkler welcomed us in her apartment in Pöcking, where not only herself, but also son Jamie and Labrador Bruno were waiting for our editor. With the young men and women of the assembly ”Burschenschaft Allmannshausen” we talked about how they want to lead tradition into the future. And in Leoni we were offered to set foot in the Villa Bischoff and find out how it is to live in the mansion built by Emanuel Seidl.
Our SeeMagazin photographers have captured the lakes and its inhabitants in various perspectives. Whether on land, at the boat or in the water: they show us how diverse the Fünfseenland region can be.
We start with the photo story of a perfect Ammersee trip on the "Sir Shackleton", including shooting stars during the return at night. Jan Greune documented this magical sail summer day for us. The construction of a ”Rifugio” cabin – a covered outdoor seating that can be rotated 360 degrees – was accompanied by photographer Peter von Felbert, from start to finish. And Axel Hoffmann captures two piers in St. Heinrich a hundred times, always at sunset.
This and much more is what the SeeMagazin 2018 has in store for its readers. The new issue is now available at magazine- and bookretailers in Bavaria, at selected train stations and airports throughout Germany or online at www.seemagazin.de and email@example.com.
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