Panorama Kaiserkrone

The Kaiserkrone is a heavily abraded and jagged remains of a mesa that, together with the Zirkelstein, rises above the Elbe valley, immediately on the outskirts of the village Reinhardsdorf-Schöna. At the southern foot of the Kaiserkrone there are several sandstone rocks of unusual shape that were rediscovered in the sketch book of Caspar David Friedrich, which he drew during a visit to the Kaiserkrone and later used as the undercoat for his painting "Der Wanderer über dem Nebelmeer". From here you have an excellent view of the Schrammsteine and to Großer Winterberg.

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Location for the panoramic view

Suggested hiking trail