Ulm Brick City Walls & Danube River Photos
Ulm Brick City Walls (mid 1800's) were constructed under the auspices of the German (Federal) Federation as a fortification against a possible French invasion. The 9km long walls enclosed both old Ulm and Neu-Ulm on the opposite side of the Danube. Today, the pathway between the Ulm wall and the Danube is popular for walking and provides views of the rooflines of the old city.
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|Pathway between city walls & Danube River. Ulm, Germany.
|Walkway & bike path along Danube River. Ulm, Germany.
|Pedestrians enjoying walkway along Danube River. Ulm, Germany.
|Ulm brick city wall (mid 1800's) with modern sculpture beside gate leading from Danube to Fischergasse. Ulm, Germany.
|Ulm brick city wall overlooked by gabled houses & Ulm Münster. Ulm, Germany.
|Ulm brick city wall overlooked by Ulm Münster, step gabled building with half-timbered oriel windows & ancient city gate of Metzgerturm. Ulm, Germany.
|Ulm brick city wall overlooked by step gabled buildings & Ulm Münster. Ulm, Germany.
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