The second largest lake in Upper Bavaria became famous when "Fairytale King" Ludwig II lost his life on its banks amid ... More
The second largest lake in Upper Bavaria became famous when "Fairytale King" Ludwig II lost his life on its banks amid mysterious circumstances in 1886. The spot is now marked with a cross and still attracts hoards of tourists. The village of Berg is also of interest as it is where the Kings of Bavaria used to have their summer retreat. Organized boat trips offer great views of the mountains and the villas along the waterfront. An array of restaurants and taverns provide visitors with all they need in terms of refreshments.
Students Hans and Sophie Scholl were members of the 'Weisse Rose' (White Rose), a group that fought against war and
state censorship in Nazi Germany. They were seen distributing leaflets in the university on 18 February 1943, condemned to ...
A visit to Dachau, the remains of Germany's first concentration camp, is an experience you will never forget. Built shortly
after Hitler seized power, its aim was to extinguish opposition through incarceration and/or murder. Dachau has been preserved and ...
This quiet and unassuming church, built by the Cosmas brothers in the 18th century, has an entrance that is framed
by foundations of raw rock. The interior is exquisite, with red stucco and marble walls one reason that this ...
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