The lindworm fountain (Lindwurmbrunnen) is the landmark of Klagenfurt am Wörthersee. In addition, the lindworm is also part of the local city arms. The sculpture dates back to the 16th century and refers to the foundation legend of the city. [German]
This water tower in Mannheim is the landmark of the city. You find it on Frederick Square (Friedrichsplatz). It was built according to plans by Gustav Halmhuber in 1886-1889. By the way, the nickname of Mannheim is ‘The City of Squares’ (Quadratestadt). This name originates from the streets and avenues, which form a grid pattern. [German]
The Gothic town hall in Stralsund dates back to 13th century. You find the landmark of the city on the Old Market Square. It is considered one of the most important secular buildings of North German Brick Gothic architecture.
Really not the best photo taken through the windows of my bus, but what would be a visit to the city of Schaffhausen without taking a pic of its signature landmark? Munot was built as circular fortress in 16th century and serves as venue for events organized by the Munotverein now.
The landmark of Graz is a clock tower, generally known as the Uhrturm. It is placed on top of a rock in the middle of the city so one can see it from many places. Near the tower, there is a station for a special elevator. The shaft is located in the rock and links up the city with the clock tower.
The Golden Roof (Goldenes Dachl) is a building with a late Gothic oriel in the old town part of Innsbruck. Its name originates from the fire-gilded cooper tiles of the roof. A small museum inside the building tells about its history. [German]