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The Heiligenberg is the mountain across the old bridge from the Old Town. There is a Nazi-era open-air auditorium, a ruined monastery from the 12th century, and remains of a Celtic hill ring from the old fort. It's beautiful, but a proper hike from the...More
This gate is an icon in the heart of old Heidelberg. Though the city was declared “open” and was thus not bombed in World War II, the Germans destroyed in when retreating in 1944. All has been rebuilt. The gate is a photographic favorite. Walking...More