Regensburg Cathedral, also known as St. Peter's Cathedral, is an example of important Gothic architecture within the German state of Bavaria.
The Stone Bridge in Regensburg, Germany, is a 12th-century bridge across the Danube linking the Old Town with Stadtamhof.
The hall holds a tourist infocentre today.
The Scots Monastery is the former Benedictine Abbey of St James in Regensburg, Germany.
Regensburg, Regen Nehri'nin Tuna Nehri ile birleştiği noktada kurulmuş şehir.
Flossenbürg Toplama Kampı Çekoslovakya sınırına yakın olan Almanya, Bavyera'da Oberpfalz bölgesinde, Flossenbürg'de, Schutzstaffel İktisadi…
Waldershof, Almanya'nın Bavyera eyaletinde yer alan bir şehirdir. Şehrin nüfusu 31 Aralık 2010 sayımlarına göre 4.415 kişidir.
The Osser is a mountain on the border between Germany and Czechia, in the Bavarian Forest and Bohemian Forest and which belongs to the…
Erbendorf, Almanya'da Bavyera eyaletinde yer alan bir şehirdir.
Schloss Fronberg is a castle in Schwandorf in Bavaria.
Schloss Neidstein is a castle located in the Upper Palatinate in Bavaria, Germany, in the municipality of Etzelwang.
A theme park that caters to the younger audience; there's not much to do for adults. If you have a family, this is a good destination.
This 3-star hotel is located in the small Bavarian district of Tännesberg and offers free Wi-Fi and a daily breakfast buffet with regional…
Stadttheater Amberg is a theatre in Amberg, Bavaria, Germany.
The Eh'häusl is an eight-foot-wide hotel in the city of Amberg, in the Upper Palatinate of Bavaria in Germany.
A charming little cave that has no electric light - you will need to carry a lamp. The walls are pitch-black because of the manganese.
Johann Andreas Schmeller was a German philologist who initially studied the Bavarian dialect.
Monte Kaolino is a sand dune in Hirschau, Bavaria, Germany. It consists of 35,000,000 tonnes of sand, a by-product of kaolinite production…
The Rauher Kulm is a small basalt mountain located in the Upper Palatinate region of the state of Bavaria, Germany.
The Gregor-Mendel-Gymnasium is a national, public gymnasium in Amberg, Bavaria, Germany. It is named after the scientist Gregor Mendel.
The Golden Cone of Ezelsdorf-Buch is a Late Bronze Age artefact discovered in 1953 between the villages of Ezelsdorf and Buch in Southern…