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The Forggensee is a reservoir in the German state of Bavaria. The lake is located just north of Füssen.
The artificial lake was taken into use 1954.
Normally the surface of the lake is approx. 15 square km.
But this Summer, the lake was almost...More
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The lake is at a nice location, you see Schloß Neuschwanstein in the background and there is an ancient roman bridge inside of it. However you need to know that it has a reduced water level during certain months in the year as it is...More
We stayed at a hotel near this lake and unfortunately, it has been drained unless the dam has been repaired. The area is pretty and you are able to walk on the lake bed with the river running through it (very shallow).
Set in the foreground of some of the most beautiful mountains in the German Alps and directly near Castle Neuschwanstein this man-made lake can be amazing if the water level is high enough. Call ahead, please.
We came obviously to visit the castles I'm the area, but figured a day by the lake for a picnic would be nice. Imagine our surprise to find the lake gone. Dried up. Locals are worried too as this is the worst it's ever been....More