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Location: Eutingen in the Gäu
Suitable for prams: no

The Habererturm is located in the district of Eutingen im Gäu. The visitor has to climb 87 steps to the viewing platform. The Habererturm was built from sandstone. The tower was built and inaugurated as early as 1899. The entrance to the observation tower is at 690.0m above sea level.

Numbers and facts about the Habererturm

  • Steps to the viewing platform: 87 steps
  • Building material: sandstone
  • Year: 1899
  • Height above sea level: 690.0m
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