Market Square of Tirschenreuth
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Market Square of Tirschenreuth

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The recently heavy restored market square of Tirschenreuth. With a great form and a modern touch it´s one of the most popular market-squares of bavaria.

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A: market square of Tirschenreuth 2

by Martin Zimmer, 90 meters away

This pano shows the fresh restaurated market square of Tirschenreuth on the other side.

market square of Tirschenreuth 2

B: church of Tirschenreuth

by Martin Zimmer, 110 meters away

Here you can watch the Tirschenreuther church inside.

church of Tirschenreuth

C: multimedia studio

by Martin Zimmer, 130 meters away

it´s a pic of the former multimedia studio in tirschenreuth

multimedia studio

D: playground in the park

by Martin Zimmer, 250 meters away

very nice for children. On the one Hand the water-playground, and on the other hand a normal playgrou...

playground in the park

E: climbing-the-Muehlbuehl

by Martin Zimmer, 320 meters away

Aufstieg auf den Zentrumnahen Berg "Mühlbühl" in Tirschenreuth. Zu sehen ist zum Einen der Berg selbs...


F: Grotto on the "Muehlbuehl"

by Martin Zimmer, 330 meters away

rocky landscape on the way upwards

Grotto on the "Muehlbuehl"

G: View from "Mühlbühl-Mountain"

by Martin Zimmer, 350 meters away

nice view to town.

View from "Mühlbühl-Mountain"

H: Park

by Martin Zimmer, 420 meters away

nice part of "Tirschenreuth" parks.



by Günther Roth, 440 meters away


by Günther Roth, 680 meters away

This panorama was taken in Bavaria

This is an overview of Bavaria

The “Free State of Bavaria” is renowned for being culturally unique and for the emphasis which it places on preserving its heritage and traditions. It is also extraordinarily beautiful, boasting a plethora of castles, palaces, cathedrals, abbeys and monasteries not to mention spectacular scenery. Bavaria is more than Alps, men in “lederhosen” (leather pants), women in “dirndl” (traditional dresses) and frothy glasses of beer by the “maβ” (liter).

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