Water Tower Ruethen

Der Wasserturm in Rüthen wurde 1909 erbaut und hat eine Höhe von 36 Meter. Obwohl er heute noch in Betrieb ist kann er von Besuchern bestiegen werden, durch einen mittigen Tankdurchlass. Oben bietet sich eine Aussichtsgalerie in 30 Meter Höhe an.

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Uploaded: 20/08/2011
Updated: 06/08/2014


Tags: wasser; water; rüthen; wasserturm; tower; water tower
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