Three Towers Vista

Drei Türme Blick Bad Langensalza

The view from the viewing point in front of the arboretum in the park should be a must for every visitor to the town: this "three towers vista" has become a symbol of the town of Bad Langensalza.

Three towers distinguish the image of the spa town of Bad Langensalza: the tower of the former Augustine church, the tower of the town hall and the tower of the church of St. Bonifacii. To enjoy the famous "three towers vista" visitors need to look through the so-called Argusauge, an eye carved in stone, resting upon a travertine column. Created by the Bad Langensalza sculptor Harald Stieding, the Argusauge is located in the park in front of the arboretum, right in front of the church Gottesackerkirche St. Trinitatis.



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