The Black Forest – heartfelt.refreshing.real. Cuckoo clocks, Black Forest farmhouses and Black Forest gateau – the Black Forest, which is located where Germany meets France and Switzerland, is the epitome of a homely German holiday world. Yet it is also a modern cultural landscape, a huge leisure area, a Mecca for mountain-bikers and one of the largest hiking regions in Germany. Sunny hillside vineyards alternate with green forested mountains and steep ravines with wide valleys. And 320 villages and towns, zoos, leisure parks and family parks can be found in between – with the Europa Park in Rust leading the way. Over 24,000 kilometres of hiking trails can be found in the holiday region, which spans a total of 11,100 square metres. Cyclists can enjoy a dense network of well-signposted cycle paths. Thanks to the diverse landscape, the good cuisine, wines, beers and water, the region is considered to be "Germany's most beautiful region for connoisseurs". An excellent gourmet temple can be found in almost every town. Highly reputable Baden wines thrive on the western edge of the Black Forest; whilst outstanding health and beauty facilities also await connoisseurs. The "Wellness Stars" promise proven quality for thermal springs, hotels and medical establishments. For more information, please visit Schwarzwald Tourismus GmbH, Habsburgerstr. 132, 79104 Freiburg, www.schwarzwald-tourismus.info
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Cuckoo , Black Forest gateau and courtyards - the Black Forest in the triangle with France and Switzerland is the epitome of a cozy German holiday world . But it is also modern cultural landscape , vast recreational area , a mecca for mountain bikers and one of the largest migrant areas in Germany
This 360 degree panorama was taken in front of the town hall with its famous Rathaustower.
The Rathaustower, together with the towers of the Martins and the Church of the Sacred Heart, is part of the city-shaping silhouette. As the seventh station, it is part of the historic tour through Ettlingen.
After the complete destruction of Ettlingen by the French in the Palatinate War of Succession in 1689, the town hall was completed in 1738. Built in Baroque style for the area typical red sandstone, the building is one of the distinctive architectural points of the city center. In the middle axis upwards follow the Ettlinger coat of arms on the balcony, the coat of arms of Baden, the St. Georg's sculpture and the figure of Justitia on the gable crown.
This 360 degree panorama shows the Roman-Irish bath from the outside.
The Roman bathing culture, combined with Irish hot-air baths, unfolds its full effectiveness here in the Friedrichsbad. Experience the ultimate in Roman bathing culture combined with Irish hot-air baths here at the Friedrichsbad. Luxuriate in this exclusive bathing pleasure as you visit each of the 17 different stages. The changing temperatures and the healing thermal water in the various baths have a regenerative effect on body and soul.
The well-being that you take home with you after a visit to the Friedrichsbad and the healing benefit of its thermal water will be unforgettable, as it has been for many others for over 130 years.
The Roman baths below the Friedrichsbad are the origin of Baden-Badens history.
This 360-degree panorama was created in front of the Kurhaus and congress center Freudenstadt. The locality is the venue in the Great District of Freudenstadt and forms the center of the cultural activities.
It consists of the Kurhaus built in the 1950s and the congress center built in the 1980s. In the Kurhaus, next to the theater, a large Kursaal and the Kienbergsaal there are many different rooms, all of which are suitable for meetings or other events.
This panorama was created at the visitor center of Schwarzwaldhochstraße with a view of the terrace of the Kniebishütte. It was opened in 2009 and belongs to Freudenstadt. It was certified as Black Forest Information by Schwarzwald Tourismus GmbH, due to the abundance of information.
The municipalities of Lossburg, Bad Rippoldsau-Schapbach and Das Renchtal are also present in the visitor center. It is only 6 km from the Black Forest National Park, which can be easily reached from the bus stop directly in front of the visitor center by public transport. Opposite the visitor center you can find in the winter the ski stadium and the entrance to the cross-country ski tracks - directly at the visitor center begin the many signposted hikes at the Kniebis. Together with the visitor center, the Kniebishhütte was also built in 2009 and supported by LEADER. Parking is available right outside the door.
The 360-degree display shows the star-shaped Reisemobilstellplatz behind the town hall.
The Reisemobilstellplatz spoils its guests with plenty of space as well as an absolutely quiet and at the same central location in the center ... A great accommodation for self-catering. The pitch is at the end of a dead end next to a small biotope with lots of greenery and some trees. In addition, the parking space is very conveniently located just behind the town hall and thus only a few steps away from the tourist information office, whose team is responsible for parking space and guests.
This 360-degree shot was taken in the Waldkirch outdoor pool, which is located in the hills of the Elztal. The outdoor pool offers a wide range for younger visitors as well as for adults. The outdoor pool combines sports and recreation in an attractive environment.
The swimming pool has three different slides and a flow channel, which is connected to the non-swimming pool. The baby pool and a game pirate ship with sand area are next door. The basin with the modern diving tower with one and three-dimensional board is separated from the swimming pool with 50-meter-tracks, so that all guests get their money's worth. The attractive lounge area and the spacious sunbathing area invite you to relax. A pool lifter allows people with limited mobility to enter the swimming pool. The bathing master will provide the hoist on request. There are also disabled facilities for the disabled.
Translation: An unforgettable tour takes you through the historic downtown past thousands of chrysanthemums, arranged to form a magnificent autumnal colors. Whether bright yellow , bright purple or rich orange : the over 10,000 chrysanthemums offer visitors a colorful flower spectacle.
Google translation : At the pass at Wieden corner , in the Black Forest between meadow valley and Munster . In 1901 was built on 1035 meters above the zero mountain inn Wieden corner . We have here a postcard view down the valley towards the upper Wieden .
Google translation : a view from the spa to the same Mittelgebirgssee in Titisee Titisee . The lake is about Titisee 850 meters high , making it about with his 130 hectares and with its approximately Depth of 45 m one of the largest natural Mittelgebirgseen in Germany . It is fed by springs in the Feldberg massif. Lake Titisee is a drinking water reservoir under protection. It is home to numerous fish species . Motorboats are not allowed on the freshwater lake . Through its minimum bank buildings and the surroundings of the Titisee Feldberg massif is one of the most beautiful lakes in the world . It owes its origin to the last ice age . Until 10,000 years ago, a glacier extended from Feldberg to Titisee . The excavated from glacier basins and the terminal moraine form today Titisee . The Titisee is quite small, but has a wealth of infrastructure. These include many hotels and guest rooms, as well as numerous souvenir shops , cafes and restaurants. The lake road is the promenade of the Black Forest town and leads directly to the lake . From there, it then continues on the outskirts of the village beyond . On a paved road to reach the park on the waterfront of Lake Titisee . A pavilion with seating accommodates events. Colorful flowers adorn the paths of the park and benches invite you to linger . At the entrance area is a detailed replica of a Black Forest Mill in miniature.
The bus station in Furtwangen in the Black Forest in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. In the background the town hall Furtwangen. The 360 ° panorama is part of a virtual tour, a virtual tour through the Black Forest of Germany.
Google translation : The St. Gallus Church in Oberharmersbach in the Black Forest is built from 1839 to 1846 . As a building material it took local sandstone and opted for a church in the Romanesque Revival style. The nave is 57 meters long and 24 meters wide and 18 meters high, the tower is 63 meters high. The church was dedicated to St. Gallus ( 646-650 in Arbon, Switzerland ) He was a monk and missionary and worked mainly in the area of Lake Constance . They say he was the founder of the city of St. Gallen. Oberharmersbach is located in the middle of the Black Forest in the valley of Harmersbachs . The area extends from Harmersbach in 280 meters to the summit of the head fire in the 945 meters above sea level. Nearly three- quarters of the area is forested.
Google translation : Cathedral of St. Blaise - The magnificent dome of the former Benedictine abbey church draws the viewer's gaze involuntarily up. How does a so majestic -looking church in the solitude of the forest Albtals ? This question can not be answered without the brilliant person and the builder of his spiritual worldview Abbot Martin Gerbert . Strongly influenced by the ideas of the French Enlightenment , which sought to replace faith in God through faith in reason , he tried to save the threatened cancellation of the Benedictine monastery after the catastrophic fire of the year in 1768. The construction of this cathedral was to be a stone that has become witness to the new era of intellectual history . A response to the Enlightenment in three ways: through its theological conception of the compatibility of faith and reason, the new neoclassical architecture, which allowed the religious building in the style of modernism, finally as a \ (H. Brommer )\n Less than 100 years later, in 1874 , the cathedral underwent again a severe fire disaster . 200 years after the consecration of today's interior design was created through a comprehensive restoration : The Rotunda shines in white marble , the pews and the organ at the end of the monk choir stand to the color contrast . The harmony and endless vistas of the interior is probably based on the regularity of proportions. The circular area corresponds to the central dome 36 meters in diameter with exactly the height from the floor to the apex of the dome. The columns that span the space as an inner shell , stand 18 meters up and support the dome as a hemisphere with a radius of 18 meters also . The choir in turn has a length of two times 18 equal to 36 meters. The outer dimensions are based on this harmony : the width of the facade of 50 meters is the height of the main ball , which in turn is 50 meters high. On the dome radiates visible from the golden orb with the cross, proclaimed by the time St. Blaise was still imperial abbey . (Source: www.dom -st- blasien.de )
Google translation : the production of high-quality ceramic dinnerware has masterfully machined in Gengenbach now an over 200-year tradition that is presented in the Museum of Ceramics Zeller to around 160 square meters of the public. Pursuing the concept of a representative and active museum. A large part deals with the artist Schmidt- Pecht from Constance , whose decor \ The original manuscripts of the Shareholders' Agreement by Georg Schmider , 1888 , price lists from the period around 1920 , as well as relief and wall plates, floor vases from the period after the Second World War provide an interesting cross -section of the company's history. Another part of the museum is dedicated to manufacturing . The Keramformer here explain their craft and issued the forms in their functions . The production processes are shown after 1950 , with original recordings . Under the theme \ Are exhibited next to masters for molds , patterns or bands as well as dishes that were decorated in a variety of decorative techniques . (Source Zeller Keramikmanufaktur )\n\n Holidays: 11 -16 Clock )\n Zeller Ceramics Museum • Main Street • 2 D- 77736 Gengenbach
In the spa city of Bad Liebenzell the family owned Aparthotel Hochwald is located. Surrounded by nature modern apartments await your visit. You can rely on self-catering or participate in a high-quality, domestic breakfast buffet.
Already included is free Wi-Fi as well as the use of the Swimming Pool, Whirlpool, Sauna and Exercise room.
Recreative moments are promised in the hotel's own Spa. You can either get a large range of wellness or therapeutic treatments.
A lot of activities are in close range to the hotel. Bad Liebenzell has its own hot springs or the next golf course is less than two miles away.
Google Translation: At the southern corner of the square stands the town church. She is a church angle and thus one of the two churches located in Germany with this plan. The church is a special corner of the church building. Here are another two naves perpendicular. The altar is in these churches in angle and facing two aisles. The Freudenstadt town church was designed for its corner location on the marketplace as Freudenstädter angle Church. Here in planning the proposed equality of religions was considered. In May 1601, the foundation stone was laid. The town church was probably designed by Elias Gunzenhäuser which are other buildings on Freudenstädter marketplace designed. The inauguration date is not known. The first recorded sermon was made on 01.05.1608 by Pastor Andreas Veringer. In the 19th century, the sexes were separated from each other when Kirchenggang. They had each other during the preaching, no eye contact. With the exception of the pastor who could see in both aisles. For this reason, the aisles are today still like to be called Mr and Mrs ship ship.
Dreaming allowed - in the new ambiance of the Waldbronner Badelandschaft. Luminous exclusive facilities await the thermal guest. Experience water, glittering light sparks on blue water - let yourself drift, enjoy the ease of movement.
More than 50 years of experience lie in the company history of Messe Freiburg. As a competent partner, we offer solutions, services and services combined with the charm of a lively university town and technology combined with state-of-the-art know-how in all trade fair and event questions.
More than half a million visitors, about 35 trade fairs, exhibitions and events every year at the Freiburg exhibition grounds prove: Messe Freiburg is a driving force for people and markets and one of the most important marketplaces in the region. And: more than 2.8 million people live in the catchment area of the fair - an attractive target group for consumption surveys and events.
This 360 Virtual Tour of Europa-Park was taken as part of the Virtual Reality-platform of Black Forest.
Whether you stop in Iceland, Greece or Portugal, you’ll experience one of 13 different Europe-themed areas spanning 90 hectares of the park. Each themed country area features typical architecture, cuisine, and vegetation, and creates a truly exciting holiday atmosphere. How about a ride on the wooden roller coaster “WODAN”, the fun family attraction “Whale Adventures - Splash Tours” or the “Bluefire mega-coaster powered by GAZPROM” in Iceland? Or maybe a trip through Greece’s ancient mythology on the water coaster “Poseidon” is more your style? In France, the “Silver Star” and “Eurosat” await the bravest roller coaster fans and, right next door, the Swiss “Matterhorn-Blitz” sends them through thrilling loops and curves. While visitors whiz by on wild rapids through the “World of Trolls” the Russian district beckons with a racy ride to the stars in the “Euro-Mir” featuring the world’s highest and fastest spinning coaster.
International performers mesmerise, dance and juggle their way into visitors’ hearts, and the Globe Theatre puts on yet another breathtaking show. Pirouettes, leaps and summersaults will keep you on the edge of your seat at the new ice skating show “Surprice in the Museum”.
Germany’s largest amusement park is a thrilling experience offering more than 100 attractions and international shows within 13 European themes. With over six hours of entertainment options and five on-site resort hotels, Europa Park is a unique holiday destination nearly the triangle of borders between Germany, France and Switzerland. There really is something for everyone.
The Catholic life in Emmendingen existed already in the 12th century, a church is mentioned for the first time 1236.
In the course of the Reformation, Emmendingen became Protestant. As a result of the Emmendinger religious discussion of 1590 Markgraf Jacob III. From Baden to the Catholic faith. Shortly thereafter, he was poisoned and thereby also extinguished Catholic life in Emmendingen for centuries. The Catholic Cistercian monks from Tennenbach were only allowed to accompany individuals pastorally.
It was only in 1863 that the Catholic parishion of St. Boniface could be founded in Emmendingen. It belonged at that time to 688 Catholics, and was, with the exception of Heimbach and Nimburg, nearly identical with the territory of today's Roman Catholic church community of Emmendingen-Teningen.
Autobiographical testimonies are important sources for historical and cultural research, especially for the study of everyday and mentality history.
The Deutsche Tagebucharchiv (DTA), based in the Old Town Hall of Emmendingen, sees itself as a place of storage for such contemporary German-language material. Diaries, memoirs, and letters are collected, archived, stored in a professional manner, and made accessible to both science and the general public.
In the Margrave Castle, whose present appearance dates back to 16th century alterations, In the permanent exhibition on the first floor, the history of Emmendingens is traced from the first documentary mention in the year 1094 to the more recent times with the themes craftwork, guilding, industrialization and Emmendingen in the 18th century.
In the basement of the small half-timbered building in the immediate vicinity of the destroyed synagogue is the restored, protected Mikve from the middle of the 19th century to visit. On the ground floor is an exhibition on the history of the Israelite community of Emmendingen from 1716 to 1940. The fate of Emmendinger Jews during the Nazi dictatorship is documented.
In addition, the museum shows exhibits on Jewish culture and everyday life. The Jewish festivals in the course of the year are explained in detail. On the upper floor, visitors are offered a reading and seminar room with literature and videos on Judaism and Jewish history.
The ruins of the Hochburg near Emmendingen, one of the largest castle and fortifications in Baden. As the "Hachberg" castle, it was mentioned for the first time in the 12th century; As founders and first owners the gentlemen of Hachberg are in question. Since the 13th century the Margraves of Baden with the side line of the Hachberger owners and users of the facility were. The great time of the castle began in the 17th century, when Markgraf Georg Friedrich of Baden extended it to the fortress. In the Thirty Years' War, however, it was thoroughly destroyed in 1636. It is true that Markgraf Friedrich VI. Of Baden 1660 reconstruction, but the Palatinate Succession War led to the final destruction in 1689. Afterwards, the Hochburg ruin remained and served only as a source of romantic impressions and legendary stories. The expansion of today's complex as well as its still existing buildings with revealing building details impressively testify to the importance of the fortress in the 17th century.
Enjoying friends with friends ...
... is the motto of our golf club with more than 650 members in the southern Black Forest!
We welcome all guests from recognized golf clubs (including VcG and ASGI) with a registered reservation. Please inform yourself in advance about the space availability.
The NaturSportPark was created on an area of 12000 square meters and is designed for the whole family. The offered sport and play facilities are multifunctional and should appeal to all age groups up to adults and older visitors. State-of-the-art techniques and varied attractions, such as swinging bays, water mushrooms, floor bubblers and a 50-meter adventure slide, characterize this new leisure facility. Guests have the opportunity to visit both the outdoor pool and the NaturSportPark.
Welcome to the historic Old Town, complete with its medieval alleyways and lively pedestrian areas, great for strolling, shopping, or exploring at your own pace. And welcome to the six villages belonging to the community of Ettlingen, some up in the foothills of the Black Forest, others stretching out into the Rhine valley amid the fields and orchards typical of rural Baden.
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Located in the middle of the city, the imposing Ettlinger characterizes Castle in many ways the city life. Nice Architecturally, it is an outstanding cityscape Position. Equally significant is the castle in cultural
Respect. Here are the museum and the wedding room And can be found here. The Schlossfestspiele instead.
On the other hand, the castle also fulfills a social Function. It offers with its numerous halls and Whose possible combinations create an extremely stylish setting For events of all kinds The castle also serves as a communication center. Here You can get involved in any questions about culture, tourism and ticket sales. Directly to the city information service turn.
The history of Ettlinger Castle Reaches up to a medieval Burganlage.
In the 13th century, the 16th century to a representative Renaissance facility. His Baroque figure received the castle under the The Marches, Sibylla Augusta, the 1727 moved her retirement to Ettlingen.
The crowning conclusion of this construction phase was The painting of the castle chapel by the
Famous fresco painter Cosmas Damian Asam.