Stadttor Mindelheim Altstadt

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Recommended by 11 out of 11 hikers


  • Heinz

    Five-story gate tower, also referred to as Haberntor in 1337, with city clock and "poor sinner bell". The roof with the turrets lends the building its characteristic appearance, which dates back to around 1500. Every year on Fasnacht, the tower is disguised as the largest carnival fool in the world.
    Source: City of Mindelheim

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    • 04/04/2017

  • Robi

    The city gate of Mindelheim is disguised at various events in the year. It is part of the city fortification from the 15./16. Century.

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    • 01/29/2017

  • Chri

    This city gate is commonly called "Upper Gate".
    Of course, there is also the "Untere Tor", which is located just opposite on the other side of the old town / Maximilianstraße.

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    • 05/01/2019

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Best Hikes that include the Highlight ‘Stadttor Mindelheim Altstadt’

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


  • Elevation650 m

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