Travel and Explore Kallmünz in Bavaria, Germany

Kallmuenz or Kallmünz is a municipality in the district of Regensburg in Bavaria, Germany. This place is around fifteen minutes drive from where we live and situated around 25 km north of Regensburg. It is consider to be an interesting and beautiful medieval center. From the first picture I have below, you can see Kallmünz Castle which is located on a hill. IT is consider to be one of the famous attraction in this municipality. Another attraction is the Stone bridge over the Naab River which is located in my third picture here. It was said that the Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky and the German expressionist painter Gabriele Münter met in Kallmünz in the summer of 1903 which made this place a constant home to a small Art colony.

I can’t exactly remember how many times I did passed and visited the municipality of Kallmünz. Maybe more than fifty times since I live in Germany. Have fun watching my pictures below and feel free to browse for Dale Earnhardt Jr jacket.

Kallmünz castle, the seat of the former Counts of Kallmünz, has been fortified since the bronze age. Kallmünz also has a medieval bridge, bearing masons’ marks, over the river Naab.

a narrow street in the municipality of Kallmuenz. I guess this is also one of the gates during the old times.

Another attraction of the place which is the Stone Bridge over Naab River.
this stone house inside the hill is quite interesting. It is the same hill where the castle is located. I am not so sure if somebody live in this house.

 

One Response to “Travel and Explore Kallmünz in Bavaria, Germany”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    the Russian and German met in 1903 not 2003.

    Also, the home in the stone is a permanent residency.

 

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