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Ludwigshöhe above Kanonenplatz, Schloßberg, Freiburg
Baden-Wuerttemberg

In the 17th century the Schlossberg of Freiburg was heavily fortificated by French troops. Before the French troops left in 1745 they completely demolished those fortifications. The Ludwigshöhe is a little view point just above the Kanonenplatz (place of the canons).

Copyright: Carsten T. Rees
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Uploaded: 30/09/2011
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