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We didnt go into the townhall but saw the markings o the wall next to the doors where the flood levels had got to - when you look back at the river and then see the height of the most recent flood it must have...More
The Old Rathaus is close to the Danube and like many such places in Bavaria is subject to severe flooding. In may places the 2013 floods were the second highest for several centuries. You will find the levels marked on the front of this building...More
If you have seen one town hall, you've seen them all. This one is interesting and is located very close to the river with a small square beside it. While impressive and, of course, old - I did not feel that it stood out from...More
This building sits on the Danube and what has been the marketplace since 1000 ad. On the wall beside the entrance shows the high water marks of Danube/Donau flooding. Impressive. The square is quite lively with people and food, and some cruise boats dock right...More
The town Hall has a tall tower with special marking to measure the height of the water that covered the place. It is unique but of great importance since Passau is situated where the three rivers met. The rivers Donau, Ilz and Inn.
Located in the center of town, dating from the end of the 14th century. At the front entrance is a high water measure. Passau sits at the confluence of the Inn, Danube and the Ilz rivers and has had some major flooding over the years....More