let the white damsel hand over her treasure

http://africasiaeuro.com/bludenz : When visiting ‘Rosenegg’ castle, a white damsel will give you gold treasure if you can release her from her spell, so the old story goes.
We only met the castle owners, and they showed us the secret chambers …
Seems we are not the only ones to look for the treasure.
Alpine jewel city of Bludenz has it all, treasures, nature, fresh air.
Follow the trail of the white damsel

Amplify’d from africasiaeuro.com
Bludenz Mark
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Pludenz
(old designated Name) – Bludenz is the capital
of the district
of the same name and is situated on 570 meters altitude, terraced above
the valley of the Ill and the alluvial fan of the gallows creek ravine.
The city lies at the junction of the valleys Walgau,
Brandner
Tal
(Rätikon), Montafon
(Silvretta),
Kloster
Tal
(Arlberg) and (Ill-a little
further down) Walsertal.
48.5 percent of the municipal area is wooded.
Neighboring communities of Bludenz
Nüziders, Raggal, Innerbraz,
Bartholomäberg, St
Anton
in Montafon are,
Lorüns, Stallehr and Bürs.
Parts of the city of Bludenz are: Old Town, Ausserbraz, Bing’s Cross,
well field (with the Monastery
of St. Peter
), Gasünd,
Mokry, Obdorf,
Rungelin, Radin (Runggelin) subfield Sankt Leonhard, south Tyrolean
town of Bludenz “mountain” is the Muttersberg – mother’s mountain with
1402 meters height. The walk from Bludenz Laz on the mother mountain is
about 1 ½ to 2 hours. The mountain can also be reached by
the mother’s
mountain cable car and offers a panoramic view over the valley town of
Bludenz, in the Rätikon and in the Silvretta.
Finds from the Bronze Age suggest the earliest settlement at the foot
of the Montikels. The village was the first time in 830 Bludenz Chur in
Urbar kingdom called documentary and appeared in the Carolingian
estates directory 842 named “Pludeno”, hence the name “Pludenz”.

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  1. Pingback: Bludenz Austria Vorarlberg « Work – live – travel – a life in diversity

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