Beautiful view of "Little Venice" on the opposite bank of the Regnitz.
In the 14th century, stilt houses used by fishermen, half-built in the water, were built here.
In the galleries, the nets were patched and dried and the fishing boats could enter directly into the open basements of the houses.
December 25, 2016
The former fishing settlement in the Bamberg island town is affectionately called "Little Venice". Tightly packed half-timbered buildings and tiny gardens dominate the image of this district.
The half-timbered houses are mostly from the Middle Ages. Along the Regnitz they line up in a nicely decorated row, barges bobbing at the moorings in the front gardens. With the excursion boat you drive today directly past this unique row of houses.
March 8, 2019
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