Blick vom Turm des Schlosses Hartenfels auf Torgau (2009) | Torgau in Germany
Torgau Rathaus | Torgau in Germany
KAP (Kite Aerial Photography) | Torgau in Germany
Torgau, Stadtkirche St. Marien (23. Juli 2011) | Torgau in Germany
Katholische Mater-Dolorosa-Kirche in Torgau | Torgau in Germany
Schlosskapelle in Torgau | Torgau in Germany
Denkmal anlässliches des Zusammenschlusses der Alliierten Truppen bei Torgau | Torgau in Germany
Torgau: Schloss Hartenfels an der Elbe mit historischer Brücke | Torgau in Germany
Schloss Hartenfels: Luftaufnahme aus nordwestlicher Richtung | Torgau in Germany
Lake near Torgau in Saxony, Germany | Torgau in Germany
Hausmannsturm Schloss Hartenfels | Torgau in Germany
Bahnhof von Torgau/Sachsen | Torgau in Germany
Krankenhaus Torgau | Torgau in Germany
Town in 🇩🇪 Germany with a population of around 20 thousand people.

Torgau is a sleepy riverside town in the eastern German state of Saxony-Anhalt, best known as the place where the final battle of the Second World War was fought. The town was heavily bombed in the final days of the conflict, but has been painstakingly restored and is now a popular tourist destination, thanks to its well-preserved Renaissance and baroque architecture, and the excellent museums documenting the town’s long and colourful history. There’s also a lively cultural scene, with a range of festivals and events throughout the year, and plenty of restaurants and bars to enjoy after a day of sightseeing. Torgau is a great place to slow down and enjoy a relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

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