The Schlossbergturm or Castle Hill Tower is a 35 m high observation tower on Castle Hill Schlossberg on the edge of the historic Altstadt of Freiburg im Breisgau. It has 153 steps, its top is located 463 m above sea level and thus 185 m above the average altitude of the city (278 m).
The Bertoldsbrunnen ("Bertold's Fountain") is a monument in the historic city of Freiburg im Breisgau. It is situated at the crossing of the Salz-and Bertoldsstraße with the Kaiser-Joseph-Straße. The fountain is one of the central locations of the city.
Freiburg The Black Forest Sunshine City In Freiburg, you encounter historic sights at every corner. The Münsterplatz (Cathedral Square) is surrounded by impressive buildings, the tallest of which is the steep-roofed Historisches Kaufhaus (Historic Merchants’ Hall) with its colorfully adorned bartizans.
A Michelin-star restaurant, free internet access, an indoor pool and a well-equipped gym are available at this luxury hotel, in Freiburg’s historic Old Town. It is across from the Colombi Park and picturesque Colombi Castle. The elegant rooms at the family-run Colombi Hotel are air-conditioned, and feature a flat-screen TV and free wired internet.
Eurosat - CanCan Coaster is an upcoming enclosed roller coaster at Europa-Park. The ride is part of a refurbishment from the original Eurosat which will include new track, some minor layout changes and a virtual reality experience that will have its own separate station. Eurosat - CanCan Coaster will open in 2018.
The garden was founded in 1620 by the University of Freiburg. A building on the same property was rebuilt as a hospital for members of the university, which also served for anatomy training. It was one of the first botanical gardens in Germany. The garden was originally part of the University of Freiburg Faculty of Medicine.
The minster was partly built on the foundations of an original church that had been there from the beginning of Freiburg, in 1120. In the Middle Ages, Freiburg lay in the Diocese of Konstanz. In 1827, Freiburg Minster became the seat of the newly erected Catholic Archdiocese of Freiburg, and thus a cathedral.
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Dies entspricht einem Anteil von ca. 7% am aktuellen Gesamtangebot von derzeit 68 Mietimmobilien in Freiburg im Breisgau. Die durchschnittliche Nettokaltmiete in Freiburg im Breisgau beträgt aktuell 9,50 Euro/m². Bei den durchschnittlichen Mietpreisen in Freiburg im Breisgau gab es im Vergleich zum Vorjahr nahezu keine Veränderungen.
Das Haus zum Ritter wurde 1756 durch Johann Jacob Fechter als Gesellschafts- und Versammlungshaus für die vorderösterreichische Ritterschaft des Breisgaus bzw. den Adelsstand, die Anteil an dem Breisgauer Landstand hatten, in Freiburg im Breisgau auf der Südseite des Münsterplatzes, im Auftrag des damaligen Präsidenten Ferdinand Sebastian von Sickingen-Hohenburg an der Stelle eines mittelalterlichen Vorgängerbaues erbaut.
The Martinstor (English Martin's Gate), a former town fortification on Kaiser-Joseph-Straße, is the older of the two gates of Freiburg im Breisgau that have been preserved since medieval times. Both gates, the Martinstor and the Schwabentor, are located in the city centre.
The museum in the late baroque residence of the artist and benefactor Johann Christian Wentzinger (1710 - 1797) displays treasures from 900 years of city history. The permanent exhibition is dedicated to monasteries and university, guilds and coinage among other things, and a selection of the former house owner’s works is also on display.
Children can discover both those ancient giants and familiar animals of our time. Look closely and not only will you see beavers, lynxes and peregrine falcons, but also some very special Freiburg “locals,” such as the Baden giant earthworm or the bee-eater.
Roßkopf (Breisgau) is a mountain of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The 737 m (2418 ft) high Rosskopf is a mountain in the Black Forest in the northeast of Freiburg and the southeast of Gundelfingen. It is on the edge of the territory of the city between the Glotter valley and the Dreisam valley.
The Seepark is a park in the district Betzenhausen of Freiburg im Breisgau which was constructed for the Landesgartenschau in 1986. It is a local recreation area, covering 35 hectares, and contains the Flückigersee, an artificial lake which takes up about 10 hectares. In the northeastern part of the park is the 15-meter tall Seepark Tower.
Siegesdenkmal (2009) The Siegesdenkmal ("victory monument") in Freiburg im Breisgau is a monument to the German victory in the Franco-Prussian War in 1871. It was erected at the northern edge of the historic center of Freiburg im Breisgau next to the former Karlskaserne (barracks).
The 3rd SS Panzer Division "Totenkopf" was one of 38 divisions of the Waffen-SS of Nazi Germany during World War II. Its name, Totenkopf, means "death's head" in German, and it is thus sometimes referred to as the Death's Head Division. Prior to achieving division status, the formation was known as Kampfgruppe "Eicke". Most of the division's initial personnel belonged to the SS-Totenkopfverbände, and others were members of German militias that had committed war crimes in Poland.
For nearly 150 years, the rooms of the Old University served as the central administrative offices of the “Albertina” and are still used today by some university research institutes. The ground floor is home to the Uniseum, the university’s combined museum and conference center.
His Victory Monument was cast from French cannons and dedicated in 1876. The tapering pedestal is adorned with inscriptions and depictions of war heroes, atop of which naturally stands Victoria, the Goddess of Victory, proudly holding high a laurel wreath.