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Roman Relic
Baden-Wuerttemberg

Roman relics hidden in the woods are evidence of a more than 2000 year old tradition of sourcing spring water in the lower part of this canyon at the Römerquellen of Bad Niedernau.

Copyright: Paul emck
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Uploaded: 23/05/2013
Updated: 13/06/2013
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Tags: germany; rottenburg; bad niedernau; roman; source; spring; water; nature; canyon; römerquelle; heilwasser
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