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This webcam is currently assigned to user_629. It was originally added on June 27, 2005 and has been viewed 146,296 times since then. The current picture above was taken 9 hours ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on by 2 people.

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360° Panorama Livecam mit Blick über die Dächer der Stadt Frauenfeld, Bild-Datenbanken, hoch-auflösende Panoramas, e-card, Zeitraffer-Film

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Further information about Frauenfeld

Frauenfeld is the capital of the canton of Thurgau in Switzerland. History: The city is first documented in 1246. It grew up around the Frauenfeld castle on the land of the Reichenau convent. In 1264, it became a territory of the Habsburgs. In 1374, the Habsburgs bestowed the right of judgment for all of Thurgau (which then included St. Gallen) on the Duke of Frauenfeld. The castle of Frauenfeld is an example of late baroque and classical architecture. The "Rathaus" dates from Frauenfeld's second period of prominence in the 18th century. Starting in 1712, the gathering of Swiss "Eidgenossen" took place aternately in Frauenfeld and Baden. In 1742, this gathering took Frauenfeld as its regular meetingplace. Twice in the 18th century, Frauenfeld was partly destroyed by fire, in 1771 and in 1788. The fall of the old Old Swiss Confederacy in 1798 as a result of the French invasion brought an end to the gatherings in Frauenfeld. In 1919, the municipalities of Langdorf, Kurzdorf, Huben, ... Read more about Frauenfeld on Wikipedia

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