The Town Hall in Burglengenfeld, Bavaria, Germany

Burglengenfeld is a town in the district of Schwandorf, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Naab, 22 km north of the World Heritage Site Regensburg. One of the sights of this town is the red 16th century Renaissance town hall and the bronze George Fountain. There is also a castle in this town which shows the signs of the late medieval installation. Burg Burglengenfeld stands on a hill and was built around in 15th century.

red 16th century Renaissance town hall. I took this picture sometime last May, 2010.

 
 

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