Blick vom Rodenstein zum Walberla

Wiki: Die Ehrenbürg ist ein bis 531,7 m ü. NN[1] hoher Zeugenberg mit Doppelkuppe im Vorland der Fränkischen Alb in den Gemeindegebieten von Kirchehrenbach, Leutenbach, Wiesenthau im oberfränkischen Landkreis Forchheim (Bayern) mit Ausblick zum Beispiel ins Wiesenttal. Die Nordkuppe ist das 513,9 m ü. NN hohe Walberla (im Volksmund oft für die gesamte Ehrenbürg verwendeter Name), die Südkuppe der 531,7 m ü. NN hohe Rodenstein (früher Bodenstein genannt).

Copyright: Stefan Huber
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20072x10036
Taken: 09/07/2010
Uploaded: 21/02/2012
Updated: 13/05/2014


Tags: deutschland; bayern; oberfranken; fränkische schweiz; walberla; ehrenbürg; rodenstein
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