Black Forest in Germany

    Black Forest in Germany

    La Black Forest is a mountainous area located in the southwestern part of Germany, in the Land of Baden-Württemberg.

    The Black Forest extends from the so-called Dreiländereck, which is the area where the borders of Switzerland, France and Germany meet in a northerly direction for about 160 km following the Renana pit.

    Il Kinzig River represents the boundary between the Northern Black Forest, called Nordschwarzwald, and the Central Black Forest , Mittlerer Schwarzwald, while the course of the Dreisam river separates the Southern Black Forest, called Südschwarzwald, in which there are the highest peaks of the relief.

    Which cities are in the Black Forest area? The cities of Freiburg in Breisgau e Baden-Baden, as well as the towns of Gengenbach and Sasbachwalden, Staufen and Schönwald im Schwarzwald. Other tourist and tourist destinations are the Titisee and the Schluchsee.
    Virtually the entire Black Forest area is included in two natural parks. The North-Central Black Forest Nature Park and the Southern Black Forest Nature Park.

    Il museum village Vogtsbauernhof in Gutach is the oldest open-air museum in Baden-Württemberg. Show how it went the life of the inhabitants of the Black Forest between the 1963th and 1611th centuries. The museum was founded in XNUMX starting from the “Vogtsbauerhof” farm, which has been on site since XNUMX, furnished with original furniture and utensils from the past centuries. Other farms typical of other regions of the Black Forest were then added, which were dismantled from their place of origin and reassembled identically in the museum area, forming an entire small village.

    Sleeping in the Black Forest in an unusual way can be done in the barrels of the farm Ferienhof Wild from Sasbachwalden.

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