For the 75th anniversary of the Catholic deanery in Pforzheim, the Kapellenweg Biet was laid out together with the Black Forest Association.
The approx. 28 km long circuit runs on the so-called "Biet" along the northern edge of the Black Forest.The barons of Gemmingen received in the 15th
Century from Margrave Karl I. von Baden the area as a fief. These included the places Tiefenbronn, Mühlhausen, Lehningen, Neuhausen, Schellbronn, Hohenwart, Hamberg and Steinegg.
Since the Lords of Gemmingen did not join the Reformation, the area remained Catholic.Very nice tour with many impressive sights such as B the Magdalene altar by Lucas Moser or the interior fittings of some chapels by the Augsburg resident
Artist Jörg Seld (1500).
Unfortunately there were technical problems 😬 with the recording, so there is a sequel to make the tour complete.
October 6, 2021
I've wanted to do this tour for a while. Pforzheim is not exactly a city that is super beautiful. It used to be before it was destroyed in World War II. Nevertheless, there are incredibly beautiful spots that are definitely worth seeing
The first part ran on the Eppinger Linien Weg to Dillweißstein, then a piece on the Drei Burgenweg. The rest of the route by feeling 😂😂
Quaint paths, three castles or what's left of them 🏰😉
Many beautiful views and far-reaching views. Along Nagold, Enz and Mühlkanal 🌊
Finally, the Roman manor and the small Monte Scherbelino 🏞️
All in all a wonderful round 👍
September 22, 2021