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Umgang Bregenzerwald

Umgang Bregenzerwald

Bregenzerwald Umgang

The way people in the Bregenzerwald deal with their environment is the subject of specially marked paths through the villages of the region. Take these paths and, by observing selected ...More

Au

Au, a village in the flood plains next to the sometimes wild waters of the Bregenzerach, produced remarkable artists in the form of its baroque master builders. Their sacred ...More

Schoppernau

Schoppernau, place of residence of the farmer and social reformer Franz Michael Felder, is well-known to authorities on German literature, since Felder also wrote novels.More

Mellau

In Mellau, the people live with the Kanisfluh – to the great delight of most of the locals. And to the astonishment of the guests!More

Bezau / Reuthe

Bezau with its county court, notary’s office and various schools, shops, workshops and eateries, forms one of the region’s centres.  Reuthe: ...More

Reuthe

Bezau with its county court, notary’s office and various schools, shops, workshops and eateries, forms one of the region’s centres.  Reuthe: Alongside industrial ...More

Bizau

Bizau was home to the poet Gebhard Wölfle, much admired in the Bregenzerwald. The unofficial motto of the Bregenzerwald locals originates from him: „Meor ehrod das ...More

Schwarzenberg

Schwarzenberg “As git Mändle, Wieble und Schwarzobergar” – “There are men, there are women, and there are people from Schwarzenberg”, according to ...More

Egg

Egg is an island. Not in the conventional sense – however, the village centre is only accessible via bridges. The Bregenzerach and the Schmittenbach flow through the village ...More

Andelsbuch

Andelsbuch was one of the starting points for the settlement of the Bregenzerwald. In the second half of the 11th century, the blessed Diedo settled in Andelsbuch.More

Lingenau

Is that all there is to this place, cheese? You could be forgiven for thinking so, when you come across the massive cheese cellar made from concrete at the entrance to Lingenau. ...More

Langenegg

Talents abound in Langenegg. And you can even use some of them to pay with! Because the village has its very own currency: the “talent”.More

Krumbach

Krumbach is known for its moorland which provides the people here with fruit and herbs as well as meadowland for old breeds of domestic animals which they have begun to breed again.More

Hittisau

Why is Austria’s only Women’s Museum located in Hittisau, of all places? And why does it tower above the town’s fire station, traditionally an association of men ...More

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