Itter Castle (German: Schloss Itter) is a small castle standing on a low knoll in Itter, a town in North Tyrol (Austria), 20 km west of Kitzbühel and 5 km south of Worgl. During World War II it was turned into a Nazi prison for French VIP's, and was…
Latitude and longitude of Kufstein
Kufstein is a town in the Austrian state of Tyrol, the administrative seat of Kufstein District. With a population of about 18,400, it is the second largest Tyrolean town after the state capital Innsbruck.
Latitude: 47° 34' 59.99" N
Longitude: 12° 10' 0.01" E
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The Kufstein Fortress (German: Festung Kufstein) is the main landmark of Kufstein, a city of Tyrol in Austria. It is sometimes wrongly referred to as Geroldseck Fortress. It is located on a hill commanding Kufstein proper.
The Wendelstein is a 1,838-metre (6,030-foot) high mountain in the Bavarian Alps in South Germany. It belongs to the so-called Mangfall Mountains, the eastern part of the Bavarian Pre-Alps. It is the highest peak in the Wendelstein massif. Due to it…
The Bezirk Kufstein is an administrative district (bezirk) in Tyrol, Austria.
The Bezirk Kitzbühel is an administrative district (Bezirk) in Tyrol, Austria.
The Brixental ("Brixen Valley") is a southeastern side valley of the Tyrolean Lower Inn Valley in Austria with a length of about 30 km (18.6 mi). Near Wörgl (513 m AMSL; 318 mi) the Brixental and Inn valleys meet.
The Witches' Water is a theme park at the middle station of the cable car at Söll in Tyrol, Austria. The central part is a water park consisting of ponds and rivulets where children can play a variety of water games.
The Schleier Waterfall or Schleierfall, also called the Schleier, is a waterfall on the Rettenbach stream on the southern side of the Gamskögerl (1,586 m (AA)) in the Wilder Kaiser mountains of Austria. It is located within the district of Kitzbühel…
The Tischofer Cave (German: Tischofer Höhle) is a cave in the Kaisertal valley in the Kaisergebirge mountains in Austria. It was important locally as a gathering place and weapons cache for local rebels during the Napoleonic Wars. The roughly 40 m l…
Wörgl Hauptbahnhof is the main station of Wörgl, a city in the Kufstein district of the Austrian federal state of Tyrol, about 20 km from the state border with Bavaria.
The Wendelstein Cable Car (Wendelstein-Seilbahn) is a 2,953-metre (9,688-foot) long cable car (US: aerial tramway) running from Bayrischzell Osterhofen to Mount Wendelstein. It has a maximum speed of 10 m/s (32.8 ft/s) (36 km/h or 22.4 mph) and its …
St. Peter's Abbey on the Madron (Kloster St. Peter am Madron) was a Benedictine monastery in Flintsbach am Inn in Bavaria, Germany.
The Kaisertal (formerly Sparchental) is a striking mountain valley between the mountain chains of the Zahmer and Wilder Kaiser in Austria's Kaisergebirge range in the Tyrol. In the ravine (Sparchenklamm) on the valley floor flows the stream of the K…
Hochries is a mountain in Bavaria, Germany.
Hocheck is a mountain in the district of Rosenheim, Bavaria, Germany.
Geigelstein is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.
The Ellmauer Tor is a 2,000-metre high rock saddle in the middle of the Kaisergebirge in the Austrian state of Tyrol.
Durchholzen is a village in the municipality of Walchsee in the Austrian state of Tyrol and has 570 inhabitants.