Odenwald Hike: Along Elz River With A Friend

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Odenwald Hike: Main River And Wertheim From Above

The castle of Wertheim overviews the junction between Main river and Tauber river and is one of the biggest stone castles in Germany. First built in the 12th century it hosts a restaurant, a gallery and a museum today. (More info)

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Odenwald Hike: Through The Forest To Märzenbrünnle

I didn’t really find something meaningful on the little chapel at Märzenbrünnlein in Walldürn besides that a butcher named Knörzer built it in the name of the Dolorous Virgin. There is a historic way of the cross in the forest and the place is said to be haunted. A lot of people from the village have seen a “white lady” over there.

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Berlin Day Hike: A Very Early Morning Hike Around Görlsdorf

We woke up early after we burned the virus. We wanted to take a little walk with this awesome weather and light but at the end we did 10km before breakfast. Which was very, very good afterwards.

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Odenwald Hike: Sunny Fields And Icy Skies

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This is a picture from an event that dates back to the year 1330 in Walldürn: A priest knocked over a chalice of altar wine and the wine formed a picture of Jesus and his disciples on the altar cloth. He hid the cloth and only revealed the event and the picture 50 years later on his death bed.

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Odenwald Hike: Through The Forest Along Eiderbach

A short hike through the forest with one of my oldest childhood friends who lives very far away from me.

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Odenwald Hike: Impressions Of The Middle Ages At Hornberg Castle

The castle of Hornberg was first built in the 11th century. Germanys most famous knight, Götz von Berlichingen lived there for 45 years and the winery inside the castle is said to be the second eldest in the whole world.

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Kloster Schöntal Monastery Schoental

Kloster Schöntal: A Baroque Architecture Gem

Kloster Schöntal is situated picturesquely in Schöntal (“Beautiful Valley”) in Baden-Wurttemberg between Heilbronn and Würzburg. The main structures were built between the 12th and the 17th century, amongst them a baroque abbey and a rococo convent.

 

Kloster Schöntal / Schöntal Monastery

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The Abbey of Kloster Schöntal

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A stroll through the forest along Jagst river

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On our way home

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