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Am Ammersee. Nach der Natur aufgenommen von Robert Aßmus.

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Article ID EUD4328
Artist Aßmus (1837-1904)
Title Am Ammersee. Nach der Natur aufgenommen von Robert Aßmus.
Year ca. 1880
Description Collection with 12 views of the Ammersee in Bavaria such as Grafrath, Inning, Breitbrunn, Dießen, Roman grave near Wartaweil, Klosterbräustüberl from Andechs, Herrsching, Ried Castle, panorama from Stegen, Andechs Monastery and the Kiental.
Like other lakes in the Bavarian Alpine foothills, the Ammersee was created when the Ice Age glaciers melted. Contrary to widespread representation in the older literature, the water level of the Ammersee was never significantly higher than it is today. The Grafrath-Wildenroth breakthrough valley was formed when the glacier ice melted, as evidenced by the gravelly ice-edge terraces formed by meltwater on both sides of the Ammersee and Ampermooses.
Place of Publication Germany
Dimensions (cm)28,5 x 42 cm
ConditionTears at the external margin restored
Coloringcolored
TechniqueWood engraving

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