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Perched on a hilltop, the Hohenfreyberg Castle is a wonder even in ruins. Standing opposite the castle of Eisenberg, it was built between 1418 and 1423 and remains one of the last remarkable castles built during the Middle Ages. The gate is flanked by towers, in the inner court the great hall can still be discerned. Deserted and destroyed by fire during the Thirty Years' War along with Eisenberg complex, the ruined structure of the castle induces awe till date. Affording a magnificent view of the foothills of the Alps and far into Tirol, this medieval castle symbolizes a glorious past.
Encompassing an eventful history, St. Andreas serves as a serene place of repose and meditation for worshippers in the municipality of Roßhaupten. The present building dates from the 17th century and features an adjoining tower surmounted by an onion dome. Other impressive elements include frescoes which adorn the interior of the church and elaborate altars among others.
Franziskanerkloster Reutte was established in the 17th century and the religious complex and its church continue to be important cultural landmarks. The Franciscan Church of St. Anna is the highlight of the complex, standing out with its domed tower and the Easter grave within. The monastery itself stayed functional for long before closing down in 2014.
Nestled on the Allgäu Alps, Pfronten shares its border with Austria. This idyllic town features many hiking trails, so nature enthusiasts can hike or cycle along the paths and enjoy the picturesque view of the surroundings. They also offer winter sports like skiing and sledding on the mountain slopes. Get to the top of the summit and enjoy the panoramic view of the lush green landscape set against the backdrop with mountains.
A tranquil town located in the state of Bavaria, Seeg beguiles with its picturesque environs and serene atmosphere. Its landscape is stippled with verdant lowlands interspersed by traditional German houses and structures which present an alluring facade. A charming chapel can be found within the confines of this delightful area.
Holding a great religious and architectural significance in Bavaria, the church of St.Ulrich is an exemplar of spellbinding Rococo architecture. The church structure, as seen today, is the work of renowned German architect Johann Jakob Herkomer. Bearing resemblance to the Wieskirche of Steingaden, the church is often called "the little Wies". The impressive and elaborate frescoes inside depict several Biblical scenes and were painted by Balthasar Riepp and Johann Baptist Enderle. An important Bavarian monument, the church of St.Ulrich is an awe-inducing structure.