Because of the tourist activity, it seemed to have more than its share of retail shops, particularly ceramics. Here are a few examples of those wares.
These ceramics were quite well done. Here is a closeup of the above piece. We wound up buying a ceramic spoonrest as a souvenir.
Scattered around town also were a number of mounted boars' heads (the town mascot?) and in one case a complete stuffed boar. Here's a shot of Geri checking out the authenticity of one of the boars' heads. Real, she said.
We also wandered down a street that included a number of examples of contemporary public art fabricated out of wood. I thought the art was delightful--and perhaps a welcome change of pace from the high dose of Renaissance art that we had absorbed over the prior 10 days. And I got a number of images, including the following.
Of course, this last was not one of those. I think it was part of a sign for a dance studio. Clever, I thought.
And then there were the standard images that I kept finding myself shooting wherever we went.
I found myself attracted to this last shot because of the sheen worn into the cobblestones of this pass-through.