German Timber-Frame Road

Type: Route

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The German Timber-Frame Road, or Deutsche Fachwerkstraße in German, is a tourist route that focuses on the half-timbered architecture of Germany. The route covers 3,000 km (1864 miles) and leads visitors through picturesque villages and historic towns, including Quedlinburg, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, and Celle. Visitors can discover numerous examples of timber-framed buildings, ranging from magnificent town halls and castles to modest homes and barns. The German Timber-Frame Road offers a fascinating way to learn about Germany’s traditional building style and provides insights into the culture and history of the regions. It is an ideal destination for architecture and history enthusiasts.