The beautiful UNESCO-listed old town of Regensburg lies where the Danube joins the Regen and Naab tributaries. The city was founded by the Romans and still bears clear traces of this, not least the Roman tower in the heart of the city. Steinerne Brücke, the oldest preserved stone bridge in Germany, spans the Danube. Regensburg is the fourth largest city in Bavaria and was added to UNESCO's World Heritage List in 2006. At the heart of the city is the Alter Kornmarkt, where you'll find the beautiful Roman tower, dating back to the 2nd century. At the southern end of the Alter Kornmarkt is a beautiful old chapel dating from 1002 and a Baroque church from the 17th century.
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