Gößweinstein, View from the Kreuzberg
Gößweinstein is a small town of 4,100 inhabitants in Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. The region is known as "Franconian Switzerland". Prominent landmarks to explore on this 10-gigapixel-image are the castle and the Pilgrimage church of the Holy Trinity, which was built to plans by Balthasar Neumann, a reknowned German architect of the Baroque era.
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Image Properties: Shooting date:
Michael von Aichberger
Max. magnification:
27 x
Image dimensions:
188605 x 55752 pixels
11 gigapixels
Single frames:
48 x 20
= 960 single frames
Canon EOS 6D
EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II @ 400 mm
49.7681, 11.3361