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Monschau - Historic Town - Castle Monschau - View Point - Lower Eifel-Blick Kierberg - Eifel - Eifelsteig

This panorama shows the historic town Monschau in the Eifel in Germany with it's half-timbered houses with slate-roof cladding that are nearly unchanged since about 300 years and the castle of Monschau from a lower viewpoint of the Eifel-Blick "Kierberg". For detailed informations visit the official site of Monschau at: http://www.monschau.de/ and for all Eifel-Blicke http://www.eifel-blicke.de/ and the Eifel-Blick "Kierberg" http://www.eifel-blicke.de/go/eifelblicke-detail/24.html

Copyright: Andreas Schniertshauer
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7976x3988
Taken: 16/09/2011
Uploaded: 24/09/2011
Atualizado: 23/03/2015


Tags: aachen360; monschau; historisch; historic; altstadt; town; aussichtspunkt; view point; eifel-blick; kierberg; eifelsteig; germany; deutschland; castle; burg
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