Weltenburg Monastery and Danube Canyon
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Weltenburg Monastery and Danube Canyon

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Weltenburg Monastery and Danube Canyon

In a large bow the Danube river flowa right in front of the monastery Weltenburg before the mighty river rushes through a narrow canyon, the so-called Danube Gorge. On the gravel bar and in the courtyard the paddlers build up the courage, before they start being rinsed in their little "nutshell" through this bottleneck. Many other tourists support the water sport enthusiasts and help them to drink the world famous Weltenburg monastery beer.

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A: Monastery Weltenburg, Bavaria, Germany

by Heiner Straesser - derPanoramafotograf.com, 90 meters away

Monaster Weltenburg at sunset next to the river Danube.

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C: Weltenburg - Klosterkirche u. Biergarten

by H.J.Weber, 100 meters away

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D: Kloster Weltenburg 2

by Alexander Ploner, 110 meters away

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E: Kloster Weltenburg

by Alexander Ploner, 110 meters away

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F: Abbey Weltenburg

by T. Emrich, 110 meters away

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G: Donaudurchbruch - Weltenburg

by Alexander Ploner, 330 meters away

Donaudurchbruch - Weltenburg

I: In der Enge

by K.Stützenberger, 890 meters away

In der Enge

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by Alexander Ploner, 3.2 km 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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