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-Münzenberg- Münzenburg Nordseite bei Nacht
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Die in Münzenberg gelegene Burgruine Münzenberg wird bei Dunkelheit von der Nordseite her auf den Falkensteiner Bau angestrahlt und ist weithin sichtbar. Von den beiden vorbeiführenden Autobahnen A5 und A45 stellt sie bei Nacht und bei Tag einen sehr markanten Blickfang dar. Wegen ihrer beiden weit auseinander stehenden Bergfriede (Türme) wird sie auch gerne als „Wetterauer Tintenfass“ bezeichnet. Der östliche Bergfried, der höhere der beiden Türme (auf dem Bild links), ist für Besucher zu Öffnungszeiten begehbar. Die Zugänge der beiden Bergfriede liegen in etwa zehn Metern Höhe, wobei der westliche nicht durch eine Treppe zu erreichen ist.

Copyright: Markus Freitag
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Taken: 14/08/2011
Uploaded: 17/08/2011
Updated: 15/08/2014
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