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... and ditches began and in 1447 it was declared a city for the first time.. Fast track through history and after WWII many refugees settled in the town increasing its population.
The 1950s saw many new industries arrive including Bauer and the photochemical company now known as Agfa.. Present generations of some families still work for these companies..
Economically the ...
Another easy carefree day in the midst of Bavaria.. no need to rush, no need to worry.. life is good for all that reside in this little hamlet..
From the warm inner sactum of the home, life looks wonderful.. Green lawns, Misty yards.... Quaint gardens with signs of the Christmas looming..Cute little homes.. In comparison to our sprawling abodes.
A crisp morning air walk to the centre of town past the old town wall and many of the buildings from the ...
... in the 9th century when the first parish church was built here.The Romans knew a good thing when they saw it. They built one of their castellets here in Upper Bavaria when it was originally on a Roman Road from Augsburg to Regensburg.
Today, Schrobenhausen is home to a scenic countryside, medieval churches..some built in 1404.. fabulous festivals, and a museum dedicated ...
... considered too small to be worth comment, but .........we also noticed more figures in the same style along the edge of the roof guttering of a nearby house. More intrigue.
On the way into the village, we'd passed the Hotel Gasthof, and breathed in the aromas wafting out the door. Heading back towards the bridge, the aromas became more enticing, especially when we saw the sign, which ...
... also rode down river to another bridge, but that was for trains only. Returning to the hydro plant we found a hidden door through one of the dam buildings. But unfortunately for us, it only had a set of stairs. We uncoupled everything and hauled the bikes up. Success, we were on top of the dam wall! Continuing on we went through a thick forest for a while, back on gravel roads, before appearing in another farming community. The ...