Why and how I came to be in the north of Germany (roughly 800 km away from home) on that very hot first July weekend, I've already told you here. On that first evening, our friend walked with us around the old town, the park and the lake. Mölln is a beautiful place, a small town of 19.000 inhabitants, and many buildings show an architectural style very typical for northern Germany.
See for yourself:
The old town of Mölln, as seen from the opposite bank of the lake:
An abandoned house that used to be either a surgery or a lawyer's office; my friend wasn't sure which.
In the spa park:
This looks like a castle, but in fact it is a water reservoir:
Can't say I'd mind living in this house - it looks like somehing out of a storybook:
All those red brick and timber facades are typical for this area. Everything looked rather well cared for (apart from the abandoned house, maybe), and it was a pleasure to walk there; it was still very warm, but there was always a bit of freshness in the air coming from the lake.