Travel and Explore Kelheim in Bavaria

Yesterday was a perfect day for sightseeing around. The weather was sunny and so friendly. We had the chance to see a lot of small towns and municipalities around Kelheim. Kelheim is a municipality in Bavaria, capital of the district Kelheim. It is situated at the confluence of Altmühl and Danube. Kelheim is also the site of a large Iron Age oppidum from the La Tène period, which has been tentatively identified as the Celtic city of Alcimoennis according to the information from wikipedia.

We were able to see the different gates that surrounds the city. I guess those were three gates that we saw yesterday. I have a photo below of one of the gates that we saw. I found the city very interesting especially those old but colorful and attractive historical buildings around. here are some of the photos which my husband took yesterday.

I also wish everyone a great start of the week and the month as well. take care guys! have fun viewing the photos here!

there she is taking a pose in Kelheim yesterday. That pink building in the background is the new Rathaus or Municipal building
one of the city gates…you can drive inside a car but be very careful..it is quite narrow but a car fits there.
you can see the tower of the Catholic Church, the Mary’s Ascension Church from afar…. beautiful city full of history!

 
 

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