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Friedrich Tower

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Location: Rottenburg am Neckar
Suitable for prams: no

The Friedrichsturm is located in the district of Rottenburg am Neckar. It is 25m high and offers a wonderful all-round view. The visitor has to overcome 148 steps to the viewing platform. The Friedrichsturm was built from sandstone. The tower was built and inaugurated as early as 1899. The entrance to the observation tower is at 800.0m above sea level.

Facts and figures about the Friedrichsturm

  • Height: 25m
  • Steps to the viewing platform: 148 steps
  • Building material: sandstone
  • Year of construction: 1899
  • Height above sea level: 800.0m
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