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Recognized internationally as one of the best spa towns, the town of Konigsfeld is indubitably one of the most beautiful towns in Baden-Wurttemberg. Established in the year 1807, the town is known not only for its spas and abundant nature, but also its history associated with Moravian church. From the vibrant yellow facade of the town hall and also Albert Schweitzer's residence, the town boasts of numerous historic buildings nearby. Stroll around the town or go hiking in the Black Forests and enjoy the lush nature of Germany.
Lorenzkirche is a time-honored Protestant house of worship in the heart of Sankt Georgen im Schwarzwald. Tracing its origins back to the year 1275, the present-day edifice was built in the 1860s. The church tower which existed prior to the 17th Century was remodeled in 1680. In the year 1913, the tower was further extended and is visible from quite a distance. Lorenzkirche serves as a fine example of Neo-Gothic architectural style in the Baden-Württemberg.
At Dorotheenhütte Wolfach you'll be able to experience first hand the intricate art of Glass-blowing. At the workshops, you can observe how these unique individual pieces are created using traditional methods. At the Glass works, you'll also find a fascinating museum chronicling the development in the art of glass-making, tools techniques and more. Buy lovely souvenirs for yourself and your family at the Christmas Market.
Set up in 1964, the Schwarzwalder Freilichtmuseum is an open air museum in the Black Forest regions of Baden-Württemberg. The museum is an attempt to promote and preserve the rich cultural history of the region. The museum is closed during winter, so do see the website for information to plan your visit.