Like most older German towns, Ulm was around during the medieval ages, and as such, one can occasionally find remnants of that lifestyle. These are usually in terrible disrepair, but Ulm in particular offers an example that has weathered the ravages of time and come through largely unscathed. The Butcher’s Tower of Ulm is a part of the fortifications that acted as defensive barriers for the town in the old days and dates back at least to the 12th century.
The remaining parts of the defensive barriers today form a walkway that leads along the famous Danube River and makes for a pleasant attraction for both locals and visitors from afar. Those who walk the path can enjoy the natural beauty of the landscape and the river, or bask in the history of the stones under their feet. Though there are several parts of the fortification remaining, the Butcher’s Tower is undeniably the most famous part.
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