Kelheim / Germany
Kelheim is located at the exit of the Danube breakthrough, shortly behind the place where the Danube crosses through the Bavarian Jura In Kelheim empties the Altmühl and thus the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal into the Danube, from Kelheim downstream the Danube is a federal waterway. The former King Ludwig Canal, which led across Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz and Nuremberg to Bamberg and thus also connected the Main and the Danube was abandoned after the Second World War.
For white beer drinkers the "Schneideereisse" is certainly a term. It comes from Kelheim.
Worth seeing are the old port, the historic old town and of course the landmark of Kelheim, the Liberation Hall. It stands on Michelsberg above the city. It was built in memory of the victorious battles against Napoleon during the liberation wars between 1813 to 1815 by King Ludwig I.