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  • Kuchlbauer Tower
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    Kuchlbauer Tower

    The Kuchlbauer Tower (German: Kuchlbauer-Turm) is an observation tower designed by Austrian architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser on the grounds of the Kuchlbauer Brewery in Abensberg, a town in Lower Bavaria in Germany.

    Museum

    Inside the tower is a collection of 4200 Weissbier glasses, along with an exhibition on the brewing process and an explanation of the Bavarian Purity Law.



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Abensberg Overview

Abensberg is a town in Bavaria, Germany on the Abens, a tributary of the Danube, 18 m. S.W. of Regensburg (Regensburg vacation rentals | Regensburg travel guide), with which it is connected by rail and motorway (A93).

It has a small spa and used to be a spa town, and its sulphur baths are resorted to for the cure of rheumatism and gout. The water is not used any more. Roman remains exist in the neighbourhood. Abensberg is also a seal district of the Hallertau hops planting area. Abensberg is also one of the most important asparagus-planting areas in Germany.

Things to See in Abensberg

Flint mines Abensberg-Arnhofen

Vogelpark Abensberg

Historischer Stadtkern

Abensberg Theatre

Museumstradition

Parish Church of St. Barbara

Karmelitenkloster monastery with cloister and church of Our Lady of Mount Caramel

Hundertwasserhaus Tower

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More about the History of Abensberg

Long before the Middle Ages, the area was populated. 1256 was the first time Abensberg was mentioned. Around 1390 by Count John II of Abensberg and his wife Agnes founded the Karmelitenkloster. Although Abensberg was independent under rule, it was always dependent on the powerful Bavarian dukes of the area.

Aventinus (1477-1534) is the most famous son of the city Abensberg. He is regarded as the founder of scientific Bavarian historiography/p>

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Abensberg is a town in Bavaria, Germany on the Abens, a tributary of the Danube, 18 m. S.W. of Regensburg, with which it is connected by rail and motorway (A93).

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