Swabian Alb

Swabian Alb

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Discover the Alb

The Swabian Alb ranges over a length of about 200 kilometers and a width of 80 kilometers across Baden-Württemberg in the southwest of Germany. The area is bordered by the Black Forest in the south-west, by Stuttgart in the northwest, Bavaria in the east and the Danube in the south.

Seen from above, the Swabian Alb is a gentle highland with juniper heaths, where shepherds still make their rounds. But Europe's largest karst mountain range also has other sides - wildly romantic and sublime, the Alb is framed by the gorges of the young Danube and the Albtrauf, unique in the world, which offers dream views over the Neckar valley and its orchard meadows. In between, mighty castles of the Staufers and Hohenzollerns, historical sites of the Romans and Celts as well as a pearl necklace of towns rich in tradition impress. The secret, however, lies deep inside, hidden in countless caves: From there come the oldest works of art in the world, 40,000 years old.

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