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This is a very pretty spot in town but there are many pretty spots. The one difference we could tell is you can see two towers from the corner which is unique. Go early or at dusk for photos without the crowds!
The beautiful half-timbered building is located between two towers behind a small fountain at a fork in the road. The location makes it very picturesque and it is a great photo spot.
Stop by for a quick selfie and then move on.
Das Plonlein is basically one of the gate entries to the town but the order and placement of the two streets with it's medieval houses still looking the same offers you great charm as it would have done ages before. The best time to visit...More
This place is so unique it's amazing. The shops are traditional, the food is exquisite and the location is stunning. One of only three walled cities still intact in Germany and well worth a visit. The market square house opens it's windows as the clocks...More
Great area for pictures, shopping or just to see how life was in the past- google a picture from 1900 and it looks basically identical to what you see now. The area is best visited in the morning or evening because it gets BUSY in...More
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Hello, there are I think about 8 different fountains in Rothenburg. One is in front gf the Plönlein where the streets divide and where the half-timbered house is. Another one is at the main market square, then there is the... More
Hello, there are I think about 8 different fountains in Rothenburg. One is in front gf the Plönlein where the streets divide and where the half-timbered house is. Another one is at the main market square, then there is the street to the fortress one, then there is one close to the main church. But I think that you mean the one close to the Plönlein, since it is also the most famous one.
You will find it easily in Rothenburg, just go from the main market square the street down and after about 400ft. you'll find it.