Rothenburg ob der Tober

Rothenburg ob der Tober

Built in roughly 950 AD, Rothenburg ob der Tauber was a medieval village located in the the Franconia region of Bavaria, Germany. The name Rothenburg is actually a shortened version which in German means Rot (Red) and Burg (burg, medieval fortified town), or Red Town, giving to the colour of the roofs that cap the glorious architecture of its buildings. The colour of each structure seems to compete with one another for attention, making the area a delight for my lens

The town is built on a plateau above the Tauber river, hence the rest of its proper name

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