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Wallberg (1.722 asl) is a mountain in the Mangfallgebirge, part of the Bavarian alps in the south of Bavaria, Germany.
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Rottach-Egern Tegernsee valley is situated in the hamlet Egern in the western part of the community is directly on the south shore of Lake Tegernsee. The formerly separate villages Rottach, Egern, alley, Schorn, Sonnenmoos, Staudach, Weißach Wolfsgrub and a settlement must be grown together. Other villages in the municipality are mountain, Ellmau, Hagrain, Haslau, limekiln, Oberach, Sutter and Trinis. Added to the hamlet of Brand Instead, Enterrottach, Erlach, Kühzagl and sub Wallenberg, the desert Gutfeld, as well as the accommodation house Wallenberg.
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The St. Lawrence Catholic Church in the district Egern was first mentioned in 1111. The tip of the spire bordering the Tegernsee (Tegernsee vacation rentals | Tegernsee travel guide) lake is widely visible. The building is surrounded by Ortsfriedhof, where many well-known, partly noble personalities are buried.
Resurrection Kirche-built in 1953-55, the Evangelical Lutheran Church of architect Olaf Andreas Gulbransson is not far from the Catholic church of St. Lawrence. The architecture is different triangular structures on the divine Trinity.
1,723 m high mountain wall, a center for the alpine paragliding.
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More about the History of Rottach-Egern
Rottach-Egern Eberhardt was abbot of Tegernsee after 748. Rottach-Egern was a fishing and farming village until 1803, and belonged to the monastery of Tegernsee court. Rottach was in the process of administrative reforms in Bavaria in 1818 as an independent political community. Since 1817, the town drove the Wittelsbacher for hunting and recreation on the Tegernsee, and with them came also the first holiday guests. Since 1951, the city officially changed its name to Rottach-Egern.
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Rottach-Egern is a municipality on Lake Tegernsee in the district of Miesbach in Bavaria in Germany.
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