Eutin, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
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Der Bräutigamseiche (the Bridegroom’s Oak)

A 500-year-old oak tree outside the town of Eutin, Germany, has been matching singles for more than a century and is reportedly responsible for 100-plus marriages.

Known as Der Bräutigamseiche (the Bridegroom’s Oak), this ancient timber outside the town of Eutin has been matching singles long before Tinder, and is reportedly responsible for more than 100 marriages. Today, people from all over the planet write letters addressed to the tree, hoping that for the price of a postage stamp, they may find a partner.

http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20180213-in-germany-the-worlds-most-romantic-postbox?ocid=fbtvl

Dodau 99, 23701 Eutin, Germany

Der Bräutigamseiche (the Bridegroom’s Oak)