An idyllic scene at the open-air museum in Fladungen, Germany.


The coat of arms of Fladungen

Fladungen is a small town in Lower Franconia near the Dreiländereck, where Bavaria borders both, Hesse and Thuringia. It is the northernmost town in Bavaria and the German town that is furthest from its state capital (in this case Munich). It has a completely preserved town wall with five well-kept towers.