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Ulm, Germany

Fischerviertel
Rathaus
Münster
Rathaus

The charming Fischerviertel, Ulm’s old fishers’ and tanners’ quarter, is slightly southwest of the centre. Beautifully restored half-timbered houses huddle along the two channels of the Blau River. Harbouring art galleries, rustic restaurants, courtyards and the crookedest house in the world – as well as one of the narrowest – the cobbled lanes are ideal for a leisurely saunter. Ulm has the crookedest house (as listed in Guinness World Records) and one of the narrowest (4.5m wide), the world’s oldest zoomorphic sculpture (aged 30,000 years) and tallest cathedral steeple (161.5m high), and is the birthplace of the physicist, Albert Einstein. Relatively speaking, of course. Read more on Lonely Planet.

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Ulm, Germany Reviewed by Ah Wee on 4:30 AM Rating: 5

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