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10 towns and cities frozen in the Middle Ages in Germany (II)

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6. Another collection of half-timbered houses (Wernigerode)

Wernigerodeis located in the surroundings of the mountains Harz and in the heart of Germany. In its old part is a picturesque collection of charming half-timbered houses and facades, interspersed with some gothic-style gems such as the Town Hall and an imposing castle that seems to tower over the town. (See more)

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7. The City of Towers (Ravensburg)

Ravensburg It is a city located in the valley of the river Schussen, and in addition to its medieval appearance due to the preserved architecture of its facades, it is known throughout the region for the abundant number of medieval towers that stand out on the roofs in the historic center. In fact, it is known as “the city of towers”.

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Clemens v. Vogelsang

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Clemens v. Vogelsang

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8. The town inside a crater (Nördlingen)

Within the romantic route, another medieval jewel that, in addition to being fairytale, is located in a curious place: in the heart of a crater caused by the fall of a meteorite millions of years ago.

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9. A medieval city that looks like a “model” (Dinkelsbühl)

Dinkelsbühl is another of Bavaria’s medieval gems. A German town that seems taken from a mold. And from the air, it looks like a perfect model of houses with red roofs. For fun facts, it is also the last completely walled town in Germany. (See more)

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10. A movie town (Gengenbach)

Scenery from movies like “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” Angles and views capable of inspiring painters, poets, writers. The resume of Gengenbach speaks very highly of this site, and does a lot to inspire us to write it down on the list of destinations to visit. It has just 11,000 inhabitants, and is on the edge of the Black Forest.

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