Nördlingen, Germany, view from the church tower to the wine market, the Hallgebäude (salt house) and the Berger Tor | Nördlingen in Germany
Gleich nördlich der St.-Georgs-Kirche liegt der Marktplatz, auf dem sich im Mittelalter alljährlich zehn Tage lang das Messepublikum tummelte. | Nördlingen in Germany
Nördlingen - Über den Dächern | Nördlingen in Germany
St. Salvator Nördlingen | Nördlingen in Germany
ネルトリンゲンの街並み | Nördlingen in Germany
Nördlingen | Nördlingen in Germany
Dieses Bild zeigt ein Baudenkmal.Es ist Teil der Denkmalliste von Bayern, Nr. D-7-79-194-87. | Nördlingen in Germany
Am Paradies in Nördlingen | Nördlingen in Germany
Nördlingen - Ofnethöhle auf dem Riegelberg02 | Nördlingen in Germany
noerdlingen: spitalkirche | Nördlingen in Germany
On the town wall of Noerdlingen, Bavaria | Nördlingen in Germany
Nördlingen station in Bavaria with the Bavarian Railway Museum depot to the right. | Nördlingen in Germany
Nördlingen, St. Georg mit dem Daniel, von der Berger Mauer gesehen | Nördlingen in Germany
Noerdlingen: Sankt Georg, Kriegerbrunnen | Nördlingen in Germany
Luftbild vom Nördlinger Ries 2009 – am unteren Bildrand sind Teile des im Eigentum der Vereinigten Wohltätigkeitsstiftungen Nördlingen stehenden, 1446 ha großen Nördlinger Stiftungswaldes samt der Alten Bürg zu erkennen | Nördlingen in Germany
Noerdlingen: Eger stream | Nördlingen in Germany
Nördlingen, Germany, one of the old tanner houses | Nördlingen in Germany
Nördlingen, Germany, Brot- und Tanzhaus, 1442 - 1444, medieval exhibition and festival house | Nördlingen in Germany
Nördlingen, Germany, town hall and Hotel zur Sonne, former hostel for noblepersons | Nördlingen in Germany
Nördlingen, St. Georg, Innenausstattung | Nördlingen in Germany
Nördlingen, Germany, Winter'sches Haus, 17th century | Nördlingen in Germany
Town in 🇩🇪 Germany with a population of around 19 thousand people.

Nördlingen is a small, historic town in the German state of Bavaria that’s well worth a visit. The town is dominated by its impressive 14th century city wall, which is one of the best preserved in Germany, and the old town centre is a maze of narrow streets and squares lined with half-timbered houses. There are a few interesting museums, including the Rieskrater Museum, which tells the story of the impact crater that formed here some 15 million years ago, and the Deutsche Klingenmuseum, which is dedicated to the art of knife-making. Nördlingen is also famous for its annual Riesenkuchen (giant cake), a huge pastry that’s over 2 metres in diameter and weighs almost 400 kg.

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You can expect temperatures of around NaN° Celsius in March during the day in Nördlingen.