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Travel Insider Tips for Langenargen
Langenargen is a village on the northern shore of Lake Constance, about eight kilometers east of Friedrichshafen (Friedrichshafen vacation rentals | Friedrichshafen travel guide) on Lake Constance Region in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.
The community lies between the mouths of tributaries of Lake Argencard. The area of the municipality is protected by the Government of Tübingen (Tübingen vacation rentals | Tübingen travel guide) and the Lake County Conservation District as a lower authority currently (as of February 3, 2009), maintaining the balance of five conservation areas and a nature reserve.
Things to See in Langenargen
Heimatmuseum im alten Pfarrhaus-The collection includes paintings, sculptures and coins from the Romanesque to the present. Among the exhibited artists include Franz Anton Maulbertsch, Andreas Brugger, Karl Caspar, Hilde Broer, André Ficus, Berthold Müller-Oerlinghausen, Jan Balet, Marcel Dornier and Julius Herburger.
Schloss Montfort, the symbol of the Langenargen community
Parish Church of St. Wendelin in Oberdorf
Cable suspension bridge at the Argencard-It has a wingspan of 72 meters, the second oldest suspension bridge in Germany.
Großer und Kleiner Hafenkran- The Great Hafenkran was built around 1900, restored and in 2006, the Small Hafenkran dates back to 1909 and was restored in 2005
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More about the History of Langenargen
In 1897 the first cable suspension bridge was built in Germany in Langenargen. Two years later receive, the city built a connection to the Lake Belt Railway.
In 1976, the association for the promotion and maintenance of the art museum in the former baroque vicarage set at the market, which since then have enjoyed regional fame. In the summer of 1993 demonstrated two prominent guests of the Lake parish their reverence: Chancellor Helmut Kohl and French President Mitterrand visited Langenargen and contributed to the golden book.
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Langenargen is a village on the northern shore of Lake Constance, about eight kilometers east of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance Region in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.
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