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3. Explore Birkenkopf (Rubble Hill) To get a glimpse of history and a great view at once, head to Birkenkopf. Also known as Rubble Hill, this hill has been built up by rubble and remnants of war. This is evident by the pieces of buildings overgrown by shrubs and grass. At the top you can get a great view of the city.
Birkenkopf - Rubble Hill. This very short and quick hike is an easily done within just an hour or so - but the views are spectacular. A WWII memorial set above the city of Stuttgart ~ this is accessible for strollers and wheelchairs.
Birkenkopf - Rubble Hill. This very short and quick hike is an easily done within just an hour or so - but the views are spectacular. A WWII memorial set above the city of Stuttgart ~ this is accessible for strollers and wheelchairs. However, the last portion is steep.
Birkenkopf: Just 511 meters to reach to the highest point in Stuttgart City-Center. The hill “Birkenkopf-Monte Scherbelino” is a popular spot because of the unique panorama and an unforgettable view over the entire city. More information, reservation and prices can be found here
Welcome to my place . . . Stuttgart ... take a walk up the Birkenkopf. This hill to the southwest of the city was constructed with 1.5 million tonnes of rubble after the bombing saw 57 per cent of ...
The view from there is amazing plus it’s a nice place to go read a book. Not so great shot - Birkenkopf Do you have any other recommendations to places I can go visit in or nearby stuttgart (accessible via public transport)?
Sep 30, 2014 · View of Stuttgart from the Birkenkopf. Measuring at 511 meters and easily the highest point in the area, the Birkenkopf (roughly translated as "birch head" probably due to the trees) differs from other hills in that it is not wholly natural.
A more convenient way to get an overview over the city centre, you can take the elvevator to a free visitor platform on top of a tower in the main station (Hauptbahnhof), but if possible I'd rather climb the Birkenkopf.
Sep 16, 2014 · The Roman Forum & Palatine Hill W hat is there to say about the once-beating heart of the Roman empire that hasn't already been said? As I surveyed the wrecked and ruined remains of marble and stone scattered haphazardly where the Palatine and Capitoline hills meet at the Roman Forum, I couldn't help but recall the words from Shelley's ...