Tauber Quelle

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  • olihue

    Nice round through the western district of Ansbach. Idyllic rest at the Tauber spring.

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    • October 8, 2017

  • Mi.ri.

    During the 1970s, a disagreement between Wettringen in Bavaria and Weikersholz near Rot am See in Baden-Württemberg peaked when the origin of the Tauber actually lay. Since the blade fountain at Weikersholz, which is marked with a stone, is the top source that constantly pours, this fountain has been regarded as the origin of the Tauber since 1976. From here, about half a kilometer east of Weikersholz, the river has a length of about 129.1 km [5], a ditch upper course, which then brings its length to 131.6 km [18], arises on the northeastern edge of the forest Espan about half a kilometer northwest at about 467 m above sea level. NN.

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    • June 22, 2020

  • LSERacer

    There is another Tauber spring in nearby, but Franconian Wettringen, of which the local church chronicle reports before (according to locals) this (Wuerttemberg) Tauber spring existed as such.
    Well, who else should you trust ?!

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    • September 6, 2019

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Location: Rot am See, Schwäbisch Hall, Stuttgart District, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

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  • Elevation450 m

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