Remains of the famous bridge at Remagen, which in World War Two was not destroyed in time to prevent many allied troops and much equipment from crossing the Rhine. The bridge did collapse later and is the subject of a famous movie.
Lake Titisee is a lake and beauty spot in the southern Black Forest in Baden-Württemberg. It covers an area of 1.3 square km and is an average of 20 metres deep. It was formed by the Feldberg glacier, the moraines of which were created in the Pleistocene epoch and nowadays form the shores of the lake. The lake’s outflow, the River Gutach is at 840 m above sea level, is , it then merges with the Haslach stream below Kappel to form the Wutach. The waters of the Titisee eventually flow into the Upper Rhine between Tiengen and Waldshut. On the north shore lies the spa town of the same name, which today is a part of the municipality of Titisee-Neustadt and a major Black Forest holiday destination. The lake was named after the Roman Emperor Titus.