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Haalplatz, Schwabisch Hall

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  • This is a becautiful town. You will enjoy the strolling in this beautiful little town. The scenary along the river side is beautiful. Our walk was in December. It is cold but we do enjoy the atmospher...  more »
  • the Haalplatz berherbergte in the middle ages the boiling huts in which to salt brine was boiled. Today, an unsightly brine Wells's left and knowing that the sole source is still bubbling and the commitment of the city (and the budget) to reshape the fountain. And much to transform the idea of the OBs to the Haalplatz more important and give him back something more important as only a large parking lot. But good, parking is fine and to go anywhere centrally by the Haalplatz: Haalamt, Sulfersteg, stone bridge, Grasbödele, UNterwöhrd, Red Bridge, museums, parks, beer garden, so always a visit worth and at some point he is again really beautiful.
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  • Too bad for the plat of the kettle River with an impressive stock of trees and the "room source". The source itself is unfortunately not visible and accessible and is situated under a beautiful brick pedestal that unfortunately can not be accessed. The square itself is a little more attractive car parking. Located much too beautiful to be used only as a parking lot. Therefore the plates not worth a visit. The surroundings are idyllic with the nearby beer garden, one of the most beautiful that I know and the historic buildings.
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