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Mützenich (Monschau) - High Fens - Eifelsteig - Snow everywhere

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This panorama shows a landscape in winter with trees full of snow in the Hohes Venn in the Eifel in Mützenich (Monschau) near the border to Belgium.

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A: View from look-out in Mützenicher Venn in the Eifel

Par Andreas Schniertshauer, à 520 mètres

This panorama shows the view from the timber look-out in the Mützenicher Venn in the Eifel in Germany...

View from look-out in Mützenicher Venn in the Eifel

B: Eifel - Monschau - Mützenich - Steling - Eifel-Blick - Winter Landscape

Par Andreas Schniertshauer, à 560 mètres

This panorama shows the view from Steling - the highest point in the Städteregion Aachen - near Mütze...

Eifel - Monschau - Mützenich - Steling - Eifel-Blick - Winter Landscape

C: Eifel - Mützenich - High Vens - Steling - Weather Station - Winter Landscape

Par Andreas Schniertshauer, à 720 mètres

This panorama shows the view from the hightest point (658m ü. NN) in the Städteregion Aachen called S...

Eifel - Mützenich - High Vens - Steling - Weather Station - Winter Landscape

D: Eifel - Monschau - Mützenich - High Vens - Winter Landscape - Path

Par Andreas Schniertshauer, à 940 mètres

This panorama shows a path parallel to the Eupener Street - l214 - through a winter landscape in the ...

Eifel - Monschau - Mützenich - High Vens - Winter Landscape - Path

E: Hohes Venn

Par Alexander Ruttgers, A 2.9 km

Hohes Venn

F: Monschau - Dreistegen - Rock Ehrensteinsley - Viewpoint - Jahrhundertweg - Eifel

Par Andreas Schniertshauer, A 2.9 km

This panorama shows the view from the rock "Ehrensteinsley" near Monschau (Dreistegen) on the Jahrhun...

Monschau - Dreistegen - Rock Ehrensteinsley - Viewpoint - Jahrhundertweg - Eifel

G: Monschau waterfall

Par N.Qusstura, A 3.1 km

Monschau waterfall

Monschau waterfall

H: Monschau - Castle - Battery Tower - Eselsturm - Eifel - Germany

Par Andreas Schniertshauer, A 3.2 km

This panorama shows the castle Monschau in the Eifel, Germany with it's battery tower called "Eselstu...

Monschau - Castle - Battery Tower - Eselsturm - Eifel - Germany

I: Monschau - Castle Monschau - Archway - Battery Tower - Eselsturm - Eifel

Par Andreas Schniertshauer, A 3.2 km

This panorama shows the castle Monschau in the Eifel, Germany with it's archway and battery tower cal...

Monschau - Castle Monschau - Archway - Battery Tower - Eselsturm - Eifel

J: Monschau - Castle - Main Entrance - Tower - Eselsturm - Interior - Eifel

Par Andreas Schniertshauer, A 3.3 km

This panorama shows the interior of the tower called "Eselsturm" (jackass tower) on the main entrance...

Monschau -  Castle - Main Entrance - Tower - Eselsturm - Interior - Eifel

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Europe is presently uniting into one political and economic zone with a common currency called the Euro. The European Union originated in 1993 and is now composed of 27 member states. Its headquarters is in Brussels, Belgium.

Do not confuse the EU with the Council of Europe, which has 47 member states and dates to 1949. These two bodies share the same flag, national anthem, and mission of integrating Europe. The headquarters of the Council are located in Strasbourg, France, and it is most famous for its European Court of Human Rights.

In spite of these two bodies, there is still no single Constitution or set of laws applying to all the countries of Europe. Debate rages over the role of the EU in regards to national sovereignty. As of January 2009, the Lisbon Treaty is the closest thing to a European Constitution, yet it has not been approved by all the EU states. 

Text by Steve Smith.

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