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Alte Posthalerei Aufseß
It was the dead of winter when we stumbled upon the 13th century Alte Posthalerei in Aufseß. The former waystation sits below the 1000 year old Aufseß castle.
While it was bitter cold outside we received a very warm and gracious welcome from the owner of the property Bianca Roth. Bianca became our Angel.
Some interior views of the Alte Posthalerei in Aufseß.
Kirchehrenbach Fränkische Schweiz
The Walberla, also known as Ehrenburg, is a striking Table-like Mountain east of Forchheim.
The "Ehrenbürg" consists of the 532 m high Rodenstein and the 512 m high Walberla, which is crowned by a chapel built in the 17th century.
Archaeological finds testify to a settlement of the Walberla already in the Bronze Age (about 1000 BC). The fortifications of the Celts (about 500 BC) are still recognizable today.
The Walberla is also known as the "Gateway to Franconian Switzerland".