Die Entstehung des Donautals hängt eng mit der Geologie zusammen, die heute zu dem ganz besonderen Klimaten im Donautal führen.
Origin of the Danube valley
The elevation of the so-called Bohemian mass began 17-18 million years ago in the Tertiary. At the end of the Tertiary, about 3 million years ago, the Danube found its present bed and followed a tectonic fault, i.e. a rupture edge.
Geology in the Bavarian Forest and the Danube Valley
The history of the Danube valley begins with the elevation of the Bohemian mass 17-18 million years ago in the Tertiary period. Already in the early history of the earth …
Climate in the Danube Valley
The Danube valley between Passau and Linz breaks through the Bohemian Massif, which as a foothills of the Bavarian Forest and the Sauwald Forest creates a harsh low mountain climate.