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Trägerverein Wasserturm Lüneburg e.V., Luneburg

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Trägerverein Wasserturm Lüneburg e.V. is located in Luneburg. Plan to visit Trägerverein Wasserturm Lüneburg e.V. during your Luneburg vacation using our convenient Luneburg tour planner.
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  • Exciting experience with many new facts about water, and our use. Especially how much potential this conflict for the future of our world and peace. Conclusion: very much recommended.
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  • When you're in Lüneburg, one should climb the water tower as the first time. So that you get an overview of the city for the first time, it is at the beginning quite Orientirungslos. The water tower is beautifully restored. Where can you climb the Tower already through a 500000 l water tank? Luckily there was no water.
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  • Who's in Lüneburg, should go once high on the water tower. With the elevator it goes off and best it is again down by foot en route to run - there are still a small exhibition. Once at the top, you get rewarded with a pretty nice views of Lüneburg and the surrounding area. Recommended: Here buy a combination ticket for water tower and Museum of salt, it's considerably cheaper.
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  • You get a nice view of the city from the top and you can even choose to climb to the top. There was a wedding there when we came so it was a little crowded but if you have time try and read about the history of the tower and the city. The top is safe for kids.
  • The view from the top has something for everybody. If you are interested in hinstoric industrial buildings this is very nice. Go through the former water tank using the stairs. See also an exebition about water and the history of the tower.
  • Super views, it is advisable to use not the elevator... Sad is, that is one down already €4 entrance fee paid and above once again asked for the telescope to the cashier.
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  • You will experience a real Hanseatic city – an old city with lots of history, one should run a trip to Lüneburg, a little bit South-East of Hamburg. Here is the most beautiful old houses and a very large and cosy pedestrian system, featuring fine shopping and plenty of charming sidewalk restaurants. A trip can definitely be recommended.
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  • Between the Kalandhaus of to 1491 and the Council Mill located in the entrance area of the Ilmenau in the city from the late 16th century in 1906/1907 former water tower built on the medieval ramparts. From a square base and one of columns consisting of the round top, the neo-Gothic Tower has a wedding room and a terrace. The old water tank through, you can get on the top platform and enjoy the unique views of Lüneburg.
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