Bee’s Travel Thursday ~ The “Brenz Ursprung”

October 2016

I love this little jewel of Germany’s wells. So I’ll introduce you to it again here on “Just Fooling Around With Bee”

September 2012

The Brenz is a small river in the south of Germany which is a tributary of the Danube. Its source is  a lovely little pond nestles in the rocks of the Swabian Alb.

My parents used to take us there on the weekends and we had a meal in the restaurant close by. I had totally forgotten how beautiful it is until we went back in our holidays (and found out the restaurant has become kind of posh (but the Kaesespaetzle are brilliant 🙂 ) )

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For those who are historically interested. Georg Elser who tried to kill Hitler in 1939 has been working in a joinery in Koenigsbronn where the Brenz originates. Klaus Maria Brandauer portrayed him in the film “Seven Minutes“.

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3 thoughts on “Bee’s Travel Thursday ~ The “Brenz Ursprung”

  1. Pingback: The Swabian Alp ~ Eastern Part | My digital camera and me

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