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Kirchturm Daniel, Nordlingen
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  • The best way to see the city of Nordlingen and circular walls is to climb the stone bell tower of the Church of St. Georg, the Danielturm (familiarly known as "Daniel") 89 metres tall. You climb (admission fee) along approximately 380 steps (before a narrow spiral staircase in stone, then wooden ramps leaned against walls with steep slopes), narrow and steep in some sections, but once at the top you are rewarded by stunning 360° of the city of Nördlingen and its perfect circular perimeter (Nördlingen develops inside a crater created by a meteorite). The balcony is so narrow that it is essential to turn everyone into the same direction.
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  • There are more than 200 steps. Half of the ascent is made in steps of centuries-old wood, which ensures the medieval climate. The Bell at the top of the Church's massive iron rings every hour and, if you're lucky, you will play the time that you're there! The experience is unique. From the top you can see the whole city and surrounding area, and have the notion of the size of the Meteor Crater that struck the region milhões years ago. Not to be missed!
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  • The ascent of Daniel is relatively hard, but worth the effort. From the top of the tower you really has a wonderful view, you'd prefer not get down. For a visit in Germany an absolute MUST!
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