轻轻的一个蚊The ancient city of Rothenburg is surrounded by a medieval city wall with a total length of 3.5 kilometers. Next to each gate tower, there are steps to climb the city wall. When the squares and streets in the city are full of tour groups from various countries, the long wooden corridors on the walls are the best place to hide in peace. It is said that the city wall was slowly restored in the last 40 years, and the masonry is engraved with the name of each donor. The city wall is connected by a gate and a tower. Except for the gates recorded in the previous article, the oldest gate in the ancient city is the White Tower in the second photo and Markus Tower in the third photo. The White Tower is the gatehouse in the ancient city. It was built in the 12th century. Next to the tower is a Jewish restaurant. In the Middle Ages, it was the center of Jewish life.
suifeng2019There is a Gothic spire fountain near the market square, decorated with colorful and gorgeous decorations. It's a pity that there is a fence outside, and there is no way to watch it up close. It is said that turning the ring on the fence can bring good luck.
sculptorNuremberg Castle is a set of medieval fortifications on a sandstone ridge in the historic center of Nuremberg. Together with the city walls, this castle is considered to be one of the most powerful medieval defense projects in Europe. In the Middle Ages, Germany had no capital, but the king walked from one castle to the other. Therefore, Nuremberg's castle became an important imperial castle, and in the following centuries all German kings and emperors lived in this castle. Nuremberg Castle has a history of a thousand years.
卡卡罗特Rothenburg’s most famous legend is that in 1631, when the Holy Roman Empire was at sunset, the confrontation of various forces made the empire face a situation of disintegration. The Reformation movement triggered a war between the old and the new sects, representing the Catholic Royal Swedish The army occupied Rothenburg after paying a heavy price and planned to destroy Rothenburg. General Tilly, the leader of the Catholic Legion, declared that if someone could drink 5 liters of wine, they could save Rothenburg. As a result, the mayor of Rothenburg Nush drank the wine and spared the people of this small town and the town. The disaster of extinction, and the mayor who slept for three days and three nights after drinking naturally became a hero in people's hearts. There are still puppets of General Tilly and Mayor Nush on the gable of the Senator Hotel, and they are performing stories about drinking and saving the city every day.
suifeng2019The St. Lawrence Church is located in the south of the old town of Nuremberg and is very conspicuous among the red-roofed houses. The walls, towering twin towers, and giant rose windows reveal its typical medieval Gothic style.
138***96It is worth a visit. It is best to live in the city. You can walk slowly around the city before sunrise or at dusk or on a sunny or rainy day, alone or with your loved one. It’s better to make an appointment in advance for an online celebrity meal at a vampire restaurant, and if you don’t make an appointment, you don’t get discouraged. After all, there are many delicious restaurants here.
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#holidayvacation Nuremberg is the second-largest city of the German federal state of Bavaria after its capital Munich, and its 518,370 (2019) inhabitants make it the 14th-largest city in Germany. On the Pegnitz River (from its confluence with the Rednitz in Fürth onwards: Regnitz, a tributary of the River Main) and the Rhine–Main–Danube Canal, it lies in the Bavarian administrative region of Middle Franconia, and is the largest city and the unofficial capital of Franconia. Nuremberg forms a continuous conurbation with the neighbouring cities of Fürth, Erlangen and Schwabach with a total population of 800,376 (2019), while the larger Nuremberg Metropolitan Region has approximately 3.6 million inhabitants. The city lies about 170 kilometres (110 mi) north of Munich. It is the largest city in the East Franconian dialect area (colloquially: "Franconian"; German: Fränkisch), Nuremberg was one of the host cities of the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
Fürth, city, Bavaria Land (state), south-central Germany. It is situated at the junction of the Pegnitz and Rednitz rivers (which there form the Regnitz), just northwest of Nürnberg. It was originally a Franconian (Franken) settlement dating from the mid-8th century. The royal palace of Furti (the “Furt”) was first mentioned in 1007, when the village was assigned to the newly formed bishopric of Bamberg. In the following centuries both the margraves of Ansbach and the imperial city of Nürnberg claimed seignorial rights over Fürth. Largely destroyed in the Thirty Years’ War (1618–48), the town passed to Bavaria in 1806 and was chartered in 1808.The Fürth-Nürnberg line (the Ludwigsbahn; 1835) was the first railway in Germany, and Fürth now has a port on the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal. Formerly a centre of the goldbeaters’ craft, it still produces gold leaf and beaten metals and aluminum and bronze powders. Other goods include electrical products and toys. Notable buildings in the city are the town hall (1840–50) and the 12th–14th-century St. Michael’s Church. Pop. (2003 est.) 111,892.
Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a German town in northern Bavaria known for its medieval architecture. Half-timbered houses line the cobblestone lanes of its old town. The town walls include many preserved gate houses and towers, plus a covered walkway on top. St. Jakob’s Church houses an intricate, late Gothic altarpiece by woodcarver Tilman Riemenschneider. The medieval Town Hall has a tower with panoramic views. The name "Rothenburg ob der Tauber" is German for "Red castle above the Tauber". This is so because the town is located on a plateau overlooking the Tauber River. As to the name "Rothenburg", some say it comes from the German words rot (red) and burg (burgh, medieval fortified settlement), referring to the red color of the roofs of the houses which overlook the river. The name may also refer to the process of retting ("rotten" in German) flax for linen production. The city was most likely inhabited by Celts before the 1st-century C.E.
In 950, the weir system in today's castle garden was constructed by the Count of Comburg-Rothenburg.
In 1070, the counts of Comburg-Rothenburg, who also owned the village of Gebsattel, built Rothenburg castle on the mountain top high above the River Tauber.
The counts of the Comburg-Rothenburg dynasty died out in 1116. The last count, Count Heinrich, Emperor Heinrich V appointed instead his nephew Konrad von Hohenstaufen as the successor to the Comburg-Rothenburg properties.
In 1142, Konrad von Hohenstaufen, who became Konrad III (1138–52), the self-styled King of the Romans, traded a part of the monastery of Neumünster in Würzburg above the village Detwang and built the Stauffer-Castle Rothenburg on this cheaper land. He held court there and appointed officials called 'reeves' to act as caretakers.
Beautiful, majestic a real fortress! We visited the interior, very interesting and the exterior, some parts are under restoration. From inside the castle you can enjoy a wonderful view of Nurnberg. The castle is beautiful. Worth see for sure! #wintergetaway
#nurember or Nürnberg is a city in #germany that is close to Munich. It is place with different architecture than many other places in the country. The houses around are very nice and some of them are in Tudor style. There is also a tower and a small fortress in the city centre. The place also features very nice cuisine. I definitely liked it and I can say it is a perfect spot for a day trip.
Germany actually has a fairy tale town that is sweeter than chocolate
walked around Germany, the most favorite is Rothenburg, this small town is so beautiful. Rothenburg is the essence of the German medieval town. It has not been destroyed by the war, and it has been repaired in the last 20 years. Its well-preserved old town recreates the medieval style.
1 Rothenburg is a relatively pure tourist city. Beyond the attractions, the city is dominated by souvenir shops, restaurants, cafes and hotels. The Old Town is small and can be reached on foot from all attractions.
If you want to enjoy a quiet town, it is best to stay in the city for one night, so that you can carefully look at this ancient and beautiful town in the early morning and evening when a large number of tourists do not appear.
2 One of the iconic landscapes in the city of Rothenburg, at the southern end of the old town, the stone road is "Y" shaped, with beautiful traditional wooden frame houses on both sides and a small fountain. The
3 clock tower platform on the market square can be climbed up to see the panoramic view of the town. Because it is a medieval building, the stairs are very narrow and there is a steep road.
Tickets: 2 Euros (tickets are bought at the top of the tower)
4Wrzburg to Rothenburg for more than an hour by train, you have to take a special line to get there.
It is located at the intersection of the Romantic Road and the Old Castle Road in Germany. It is known as the Pearl of the Middle Ages; it is situated on the banks of the picturesque Tauber River, and the quiet little town is full of simplicity and indifference. It is Rothenburg, a fairy tale town you must not miss!
is also a gorgeous red roof, also a fairytale town
Nurembergs main attractions are concentrated near the market square in the heart of the old town. Along the gravel road, around the square, you can enjoy beautiful churches, fountains, leisurely visits to various museums, and between half-timbered houses. Shuttle, discover the glory of Nuremberg in the most famous emperor castle.
(1) The Church of Our Lady was built in 1352 and is located in the east of the Hauptmarkt. It is a Gothic Catholic church and was once the treasure house of King Charles IV. The ancient foyer and engraving on the west side of the church adds a lot to it. Above the foyer is the choir. The top clock is ringing at 12 o'clock every day, and the puppets dance with the bell.
(2) Emperor Fort is Nuremberg's most iconic medieval building, located at the northern end of the Old Town. Nuremberg was a municipality under the sacred Roman Empire, and the emperors had lived here for a while, hence the name. There are three main attractions: the main body of the castle, Sham Tseng and Cinwell Tower, and a museum that introduces the history of the castle. If you are interested, you can check it out.
(3) The main market square is located in the heart of Nuremberg's Old Town, the city's landmark Church of Our Lady and the fountain on the square, making it the first stop for most people to come to Nuremberg. In the 12th century, it was a settlement of Jews and was later transformed into a market square. During the Nazi Germany period, the annual imperial party congress was held in the square, accompanied by a grand military parade.
(4) What interests me the most is the fountain of marriage life. The fountain of marriage life is based on the medieval German poetry. It depicts the process of love from your sorrow and finally to the plain. Sub scene. The expressions of the characters are exaggerated, and various animals are infiltrated, which is extremely interesting. I only took the last scene, which means that the road to marriage is actually the process of loving each other. Even if you start to love it at the beginning, the ending will not escape the appearance of Figure 9. Although it is not necessarily correct, it is indeed big. A portrayal of the majority.
In the hidden towns of Germany, Dickelsbill
Dinkelsbill, which is rarely mentioned in the Raiders, is a municipality in Bavaria, Germany, 50 km south of Rothenburg. The town is quiet and serene. Strolling through the streets of the old town and strolling around the shops, a lazy afternoon becomes very pleasant. The city can still enter the city from one of the four gates, and the old town retaining the historical features has a complete city wall. This place can be said to be the most quaint place on the romantic road, truly recreating the medieval landscape. There is no famous place in Rothenburg, and there is no large scale in Rothenburg. But Dinkelsbhl has the same architecture and fairytale feel as Rothenburg, but there are fewer noisy crowds,
In a country with a developed railway network like Germany, there is still no train here, it is recommended to travel by car / Hh/ Not to be missed:
St. George's Cathedral
The interior is a typical Gothic layout, like the St. Jacob's Church in Rothenburg. Its just filled with a metallic hue, the shape of the frame is magnificent, the brightly lit chair tells the precipitation of time, the heavy organ of the large organ, the time seems to go back to the 20th century, the indoor fan-shaped dome ceiling makes The person is dumbfounded. The pretzl window donated by the Baker's Guild is one of the treasures. It is in the upper half of the last window on the right side of the channel. When the weather is good, you can climb the tower of the cathedral and overlook the entire town
church opposite the postcard angle
five colorful wooden bars are also the business card of Dinkelsbill. The first with a dome tower was the hotel that had hosted the Empire Karl V and the King of Sweden. It is 'Zur Glocke' with a unique stepped gable next to it. In the past, the red half-timbered structure is the famous German house of 'Deutsche Haus'. It is indeed the most beautiful combination of the late Renaissance and Baroque architecture, but now it is also a very good Michelin recommended restaurant. In the past, with a curly and small obelisk gable, the long building is 'Schranne'