Tilly Reduit of Ingolstadt Fortress by EuroTourData

Tilly Reduit was built in 1841 as the core of the Danube Bridgehead of Ingolstadt Fortress. The semicircular two-story reduit is closed from the shore by the so-called Infantry Wall. In an event of an invasion, the royal family with the treasury was to get shelter here. Currently, the reduit contains Museum of World War I of Bavarian Army Museum. Info based on the article Reduit Tilly of German Wikipedia.

Frontal view on Tilly Reduit of Ingolstadt Fortress

Tilly Reduit info

Tourist Audience Cultural heritage tourism
German original name Reduit Tilly
Type Reduit
Built
Part of Danube Bridgehead
Condition Largely restored
Contains Museum of World War I
Public access From to
Street address
Donaulände 1
Postal code 85051
City Ingolstadt
State Bavaria
Country Germany
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Plus code 8FWHQC6J+9C
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Latitude 48.76092
Longitude 11.43108
GeoNames ID 12060371
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