Residenzplatz mit Wittelsbacher-Brunnen und Dom St. Stephan

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Recommended by 52 out of 54 hikers


  • SaRie

    Hidden between the many small and winding alleyways, the facades expand suddenly to a place with a Mediterranean-like flair.
    Around the Wittelsbacher fountain there is a lot of hustle and bustle in the small shops and the many sidewalk cafes. There's a lot to discover...
    The well was created in 1555 as a 'Schöpfbrunnen'. The reason for this was the construction of the first water pipe from the Innstadt.
    The fountain was crowned with the so-called "Brunnenliendl" - a late gothic figure with a coat of arms in his right hand and a lance with a flag in the other. (Source:

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    • August 31, 2018

  • Ralneb

    Nice old town worth a visit even if you are just passing through.

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    • April 13, 2019

  • Martin 🌝

    whether tourist or local:In the evenings, sit outside on a balmy summer night with a good meal (pizza, for example) and enjoy the atmosphere.A must have!

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    • July 13, 2019

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Location: Lower Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany


  • Elevation310 m

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