Saalequelle im Februar

Die Sächsische Saale entspringt im Fichtelgebirge am Südwesthang des großen Waldsteins bei Zell im Fichtelgebirge in 707 Metern ü. NN. Das gesamte Areal rund um die Quelle ist ein geschütztes Naturdenkmal gehörend zum Münchberger Stadtwald. Die Quelle ist der Ausgangsort des 427 Kilometer langen Saale Radwanderwegs .

Dieses Panorama entstand am 23.02.2011.

Copyright: Christopher Rau
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9248x4624
Taken: 23/02/2011
Uploaded: 23/02/2011
Updated: 11/08/2014


Tags: deutschland; germany; bayern; bavaria; franken; fichtelgebirge; waldstein; zell; zell im fichtelgebirge; natur; wald; quelle; sächsische saale; saaleradweg; schnee; frost; februar; mittelgebirge; christopher rau
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