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Weather, Nature, Good Food, A lot to do
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CatherineReichardt Says: Unlikely though it might seem, Germany's biggest waterfall is not somewhere in the Alps, but in the small Black Forest town of Triberg.Now obviously, there are many ways to determine 'biggest' when it comes to waterfalls, and these debates keep purists happily occupied in...
CatherineReichardt Says: Given that Triberg is the Cuckoo Clock Capital of the World, it takes no great stretch of the imagination to realise that wood carving would be a local speciality. And whilst it's now big business, it would have had its roots in the long, cold, dark winter nights before TV,...
CatherineReichardt Says: Visiting churches is one of the absolute highlights of a trip to Europe, and provides a fascinating insight into the most powerful influencethat has shaped European cultures of the past couple of millenia.Unlike some other religions - where access to places of worship may be...
Favorite thing: Triberg, don't miss these Monument in the near of the Railway station!!! It was built for the man who built the Black Forrest Railway!!
Written Sep 7, 2002