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Why go to the beach if there are waves on a local river?
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kutless429 6 years ago
This is really dangerous considering there's concrete on the sides. Well, sharks at the beach or concrete at a river...
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OwenRay 6 years ago
lol. the sign says that surfers and boots are not allowed there
DrPing 6 years ago
Go Munich, it;s your birthday! (850 years)
This is the Eisbach river in my hometown! This water comes straight
from the glaciers in the alps (hence the name) and it runs undergound
through a tunnel system through the city only to fly out at high pressure at this
opening of the English garden (which is on of the largest inner city parks in the world).
btw the sign says: Surfing and bathing is forbidden!" Nice try at translating though!
gbtidi 6 years ago
I see the beginnings of an all-new and all-awesome extreme sport...
At least until Red Bull comes along and "gives it wings" (commercialises it).
huldu 6 years ago
Surfing and swimming forbidden.
InAshesWeTrust 6 years ago
The complete translation would be this:
Surfing and bathing forbidden!
*Unfortunately*Danger of life because among others
-) built in "watertechnical" installations* and
-) dangerous riverside currents ...
*(what ever that is... worst thing i could imagine is something like a strainer/filter or some under-water canals which you could be sucked in)
In my opionen it looks really great and somehow i would like to give it a try ... but one thing that i sure admit is that i would have never tried it before any1 else did it ...
Water > all other elements, but also more dangerous than the others together ;P
SpikedSilver 6 years ago
there might be some wave brakers installed which should protect the riverbed from pounding tons of water upon it.
might look like this normally
MsZoomy 6 years ago
I don't think of Germany as the "Surf Capitol" of the world , so that being said, where are they getting surfboards from? That's like owning a surfboard and living in North Dakota or Wisconson! Still, looks like fun though!!
BombDiggady 6 years ago
I have to say, mountain water is freezing; those guys must be shivering up a storm.
sealand 6 years ago
There is a river in England that surfers use on high tide. the sea level rises an incredible 20 meters pushing big waves up river
DevilsNight_OneX 6 years ago
Thats one hell of a ride i didnt even know they have that kind of rivers in germany
OneShot 4 years ago
#2 ur such a pillock learn the language if ur gonna translate baden means bathing.
loadrunner 3 years ago
At least there are no sharks.
6 years ago
400 x 300 px
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