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Bodolz is made up of the smaller towns of Bettnau, Bruggach, Ebnet, Enziweiler, Hochsträß, Hoyerberg, Mittenbuch, and Taubenberg.
Things to See in Bodolz
Sights in Lindau
- Port entrance with Lighthouse and Bavarian Lion
- Church of St. Stephan
- Peterskirche (Church of St. Peter)
- Cathedral "Unserer Lieben Frau" former church of the monastery ’’Maria Himmelfahrt’’
- Maximilianstraße (main shopping street)
- Historic Town Hall
- Promenade on the Aeschach lake side
Sights in Wasserburg
Wasserburg is famous for its picturesque peninsula, on which stand the Church of St George (14th century), Wasserburg (Wasserburg vacation rentals | Wasserburg travel guide) Castle, and the Malhaus (Law courts, now a museum). Also on the peninsula are the quay, from which passenger ferries leave for Lindau (Lindau vacation rentals | Lindau travel guide), Bregenz, Konstanz (Konstanz vacation rentals | Konstanz travel guide) and Rorschach, the fishing harbour and the marina. From the castle there is an outstanding view towards the mountains of Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Austria
The Antoniuskapelle in the Selmnau district was first consecrated in 1492. Among its ornaments are a gothic Madonna and several baroque sculptures. The chapel stands on a glacial moraine and gives a broad view over Lake Constance.
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More about the History of Bodolz
Bodolz was part of the former Fugger authority of Wasserburg and later became part of Austria. Since the signing of the peace treaties of Brünn and Preßburg in 1805, the town belongs to Bavaria. In the course of the administrative reforms in Bavaria the contemporary municipality was formede by the "Gemeindeedikt" of 1818.
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Located close to Lake Constance, Bodolz is a charming town that provides an ideal location for those seeking to explore this gorgeous region. Bodolz is located close to Wasserburg, which is famous for its picturesque peninsula, on which stand the Church of St George (14th century), the Wasserburg Castle, and the Malhaus (law courts, now a museum). Also on the peninsula are the quay, from which passenger ferries leave for Lindau, Bregenz, Konstanz and Rorschach, the fishing harbour and the marina. From the castle, there is an outstanding view towards the mountains of Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and Austria.
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