Teutoburg Forest Germany

Journey back two millennia to the time of Germanic warriors and Roman generals. Even today, archaeologist still discover pieces of Roman sandals and other remnants of an epic ancient battle. The Teutoburg Forest stretches for acres across through ridges in the hilly German Central Uplands. Summers bring beautiful green foliage around the peaceful Donoperteich pond, while autumn blankets the trees and ground in beautiful golden-orange. Trekkers through the forest can find the Monument to Wilhelm I, an aging stone castle with its arched strongholds. For a hike that you will never forget, visit the Teutoburg forest.

Teutoburg Forest
Teutoburg Forest
Teutoburg Forest
Teutoburg Forest
Teutoburg Forest

The ambush that changed history

Location

Venner Strasse 69, Bramsche-KalkrieseBramsche, Lower Saxony

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