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Kuessaburg with Airplanes
Baden-Wuerttemberg

Die Küssaburg liegt auf einem Hohen Bergrücken zwischen Rhein und Wutachtal nahe Waldshut. Vermutlich war hier eine alte Keltensiedlung die später durch einen Römischen Turm ersetzt wurde. Im 12. Jahrhundert wurde schließlich die Küssaburg erbaut und im 30 jährigen Krieg zerstört. Heute ist sie ein wichtiges Ausflugsziel im Klettgau. Eine fantastische Aussicht in den Südschwarzwald

und auf den Rhein laden zu einer Begehung ein.

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Uploaded: 03/11/2013
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