Guided tour "Barrier-free access to Rosenberg Fortress, War Memorial and Michael Fountain
Kronach Monument Week on the theme of "Being & Appearance - in History, Architecture and Monument Preservation".
Wed. 15.09.21, 18:30 h & Fri. 17.09.21, 16:30 h
Meeting point: Barrier-free access, Rosenberg Fortress
Guided tour "Barrier-free access to Rosenberg Fortress, War Memorial and Michael Fountain" with city planner Daniel Gerber, site manager Georg Kreul, museologist Alexander Süß & Müller Architekten
Duration: 90 min.
Please register by telephone on 09261-97 209 (Sandra Neubauer) or 09261-97 236 (Tourist Information).
The number of participants is limited to 15.
"Sein & Schein - in Geschichte, Architektur und Denkmalpflege" (Being & Appearance - in History, Architecture and the Preservation of Historical Monuments) has been put together by those in charge to offer an exciting guided tour.
Accompany town planner Daniel Gerber, site manager Georg Kreul and museologist Alexander Süß as well as the team from Müller Architekten on Wednesday 15 September at 6:30 p.m. and/or on Friday 17 September at 4:30 p.m. on a tour to the barrier-free access to Rosenberg Fortress, down to the war memorial and finally to Kronach's most beautiful fountain - the Michael Fountain on the market square - and learn a lot of exciting background information.
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Venue Information - Kronach - Fortress
A jewel of Franconian fortress architecture is the mighty fortress Rosenberg in Kronach. It is one of the largest, fully preserved, medieval fortifications in Europe and rises steeply above the enchanting Kronach Old Town. The Bamberg prince-bishops developed the once medieval castle into one of their fortresses and splendid residence. Finally, the expansion to the modern fortress complex, which has been preserved until today.
Discover with FORTE CULTURA diverse cultural highlights and the exciting tourist offer of the fortress Rosenberg - one of the most beautiful and powerful fortifications in Germany - with its Franconian gallery and much more ...
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