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Herbstein Sankt Jakobus
Germany

“Herbstein” was first mentioned in 930 and received city rights in 1262. Testimonies of the past are the well-preserved city wall and the 600 year old church of St. James. Attractions: Market Square with James Fountain, City Hall and the Protestant Church. Other sites of interest: “Herbstein” is on a rocky cliff, the vent of a volcano. The former volcanic activity is impressive.

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上传: 19/01/2012
更新: 21/08/2014
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