Rothenburg Wehrgang Ganserturm 2012
The fortification of the medieval city "Rothenburg ob der Tauber" is very impressive. It consists of 43 gate towers and walls towers. The city wall connects these towers with a total length of 3.4 km. The panorama shows the narrow walkway of the “Ganserturm”, also called “Kummereckturm”.
Nikon D5000 | Sigma Fisheye 8mm | Panoramic Tripod Head homemade | 9 Pictures | ISO 200 | 1/45 sec. | F9,5 | 8mm | PTGui | PaintShop Pro
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