Rathausplatz in der Altstadt von Mindelheim / Trinkwasserbrunnen

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  • Heinz

    In 1783, the former Weberhaus received its new function
    as city hall of the city. The characteristic facade in
    Forms of neo-Renaissance was in 1897 by the Munich
    Created architect Eugen Drollinger, who also for
    the "Fairytale King" Ludwig II. Since the year
    1903 reminiscent of the southwestern bay window of Jacob Bradl
    created statue of George I. von Frundsberg
    Source: City of Mindelheim

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    • 04/01/2017

  • Robi

    Mindelheim, first mentioned in records in 1046, was raised to the city around 1250. Well preserved until today are the cityscape with gates, towers and parts of the former city fortifications from the 15./16. Century.
    For refilling a water bottle, or just a sip of water, in the city center on the Town Hall Square, a source of drinking water available.
    Sources: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mindelheim
    mindelheim.de/mindelheim-im-landkreis-unterallgäu

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    • 01/29/2017

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Best Hikes that include the Highlight ‘Rathausplatz in der Altstadt von Mindelheim / Trinkwasserbrunnen’

Location: around Mindelheim, Unterallgäu, Allgäu, Swabia, Bavaria, Germany

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  • Elevation660 m

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