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Neuschwanstein

Neuschwanstein in front of Froggensee (Froggenlake).

Most visitors take their souvenir picture of Neuschwanstein at Marienbrücke. And that OK, it’s a nice spot (just take a look at the link to see for yourself). However, if you follow the trail at the end of the bridge for just a few hundred meters up the mountain, you’ll get a picture from this, way less common angle, with Froggenlake nicely visible behind the Neuschwanstein.

Published in post Things nobody tells you about the castles Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau. Click the link to see more pictures.

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