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Brotjacklriegl - Rundblick vom Aussichtsturm

The observation tower:

Enjoy the view up to the Bavarian-Bohemian border ridge! Coming from the Danubian plain in the Bavarian Forest, is the Brotjacklriegel with its 1,016 m altitude the first higher mountain.

His real landmark, the observation tower of the Bayer Forest Association is, however, dominated by the reinforced concrete transmission tower of the Bavarian Radio several times.

The wooden observation tower with its farmed "Tower Parlor" has remained the most popular destination in the region today.

Who (0,50 € Adults € 1.00, children) pays the fee to climb the Bavarian Forest Association and has brought about the rise of the 127 steps behind you will be rewarded with favorable weather conditions with a stunning view.

The panorama from the Bavarian-Bohemian border ridge in the north to the Passau in the east and the Danube plain in the south and west with the Bavarian and Austrian Alps on the horizon.

Quelle: http://www.region-sonnenwald.de/de/brotjacklriegel/aussichtsturm/aussichtsturm.html

Copyright: H.J.Weber
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9382x4691
Taken: 24/07/2012
Uploaded: 25/07/2012
Updated: 01/04/2015


Tags: landscape; tv-towers; tower
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