Upper Danube Bastion by EuroTourData

Upper Danube Bastion was built in 1855 as the irregular bastion of Ulm Federal Fortress Upper Front. The largest and best-preserved structure of the bastion is the four-story reduit, which was used as the defensive barracks, and which has the front tower and two flanking towers. The garrison of the bastion was 2253 soldiers. The reduite currently contains Danube Swabian Central Museum. Info is based on the article Bundesfestung Ulm - Obere Donaubastion of German Wikipedia.

Flank view of the reduit of Upper Danube Bastion

Upper Danube Bastion info

Tourist Audience Cultural heritage tourism
German official name Werk I
German alternate name Obere Donaubastion
Type Irregular bastion
Garrison 2253
Part of Upper Front
Condition Largely restored
Public access Free
Contains Danubian Swabian Central Museum
Street address
Schillerstraße 1
Postal code 89077
City Ulm
State Baden-Württemberg
Country Germany
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Plus code 8FWF9XRP+W3
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Latitude 48.39235
Longitude 9.9852
GeoNames ID 12060462
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Tabular datasets and ATOM feed to Upper Danube Bastion of Ulm Federal Fortress, by EuroTourData.

ETD ID: udanbst-ulm.

Tags: tourist attraction, Germany, Baden-Württemberg, fortification, irregular bastion.

Creator: Nikolaj Antonov

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