Walking route in Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Visit Rothenburg ob der Tauber's top attractions in this 3.7 hours itinerary. Herrnbrunnen, Reichsstadtmuseum, Marktplatz and all other sights were never that easy to visit in this well planned 3.7 hours Rothenburg ob der Tauber itinerary.

Route type Route distance Route time
Walking 14.9 km 3.7 hours

Key attractions

Route itinerary

  1. Walk 1.1 km / 15 minutes
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  3. Walk 700 m / 10 minutes
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    Rintfleisch-Pogrom-Gedenkstein Memorial

    The Rintfleisch or Rindfleisch movement was a series of massacres against Jews in the year 1298. The event, in later terminology a pogrom, was the first large-scale persecutions in Germany since the First Crusade. == History == It was set in the Franconian region during the civil strife between the elected King of the Romans, Count Adolf of Nassau, and his Habsburg rival Duke Albert of Austria, when Imperial authority, traditionally concerned with the protection of the Jews, had temporarily collapsed. Already in 1287 the death of Werner of Oberwesel in the Rhineland had been blamed on Jews and about 500 were killed in revenge, followed by a series of blood libels. When finally King Adolf was deposed and killed in the Battle of Göllheim on 2 July 1298, the Franconian nobility gathered at Albert's election in Frankfurt.

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    Rabbi-Meir-Gedenktafel Memorial

    Meir of Rothenburg (c. 1215 – 2 May 1293) was a German Rabbi and poet, a major author of the tosafot on Rashi's commentary on the Talmud. He is also known as Meir ben Baruch, the Maharam of Rothenburg. Rabbi Menachem Meiri referred to Rab Meir of Rothenberg, as the "greatest Jewish leader of Zarfat" alive at the time, Zarfat is Medieval Hebrew for France which was a reference to Charlemagne's rule of Germany. == Biography == Rabbi Meir was born between 1215 and 1220 in Worms.

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