dld Rondrit Schonmunzach (RRE)
Route by Hans van de Ven (RouteXpert)
Published: 16/11/2018
Rondrit vanuit Schonmunzach

Het gebruik van deze GPS-routes is voor persoonlijk gebruik en voor eigen risico. Het is mogelijk dat in route met wegwerkzaamheden een wegaanpassing van een verandering aan het wegennet wordt uitgevoerd.


Rondrit door het Zwarte Woud, met diverse mooie punten om te stoppen om foto's te maken.

The use of these GPS routes is for personal use and at your own risk. It is possible that in connection with road works, road closure or a change to the road network, the route needs to be adjusted.

Tour through the Black Forest, with several beautiful points to stop to take pictures.

Die Verwendung dieser GPS-Routen ist für den persönlichen Gebrauch und auf eigenes Risiko. Es ist möglich, dass in Verbindung mit Straßenarbeiten, Straßensperrungen oder einer Änderung des Straßennetzes die Route angepasst werden muss.


Tour durch den Schwarzwald mit mehreren schönen Punkten zum Fotografieren.

L'uso di questi percorsi GPS è per uso personale ea proprio rischio. È possibile che, in relazione a lavori stradali, chiusura di strade o modifica della rete stradale, sia necessario adeguare il percorso.


Tour attraverso la Foresta Nera, con diversi punti bellissimi da fermarsi a fare foto.


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About this region
Gunnar Axel Arvid Nilsson (20 November 1948 – 20 October 1978) was a Swedish racing driver. Before entering Formula One, he won the 1975 British Formula 3 Championship. Nilsson entered 32 Formula One Grand Prix races, qualifying for all of them. He won the 1977 Belgian Grand Prix at Zolder while driving for Team Lotus. After losing his Lotus seat, he signed for Arrows for 1978, but was later diagnosed with testicular cancer which meant he could not drive the car. However, he did compete in three International Race of Champions (IROC) races in 1977. He had two sixth-place finishes and a fifth-place finish.As soon as the cancer was determined to be terminal, he created the Gunnar Nilsson Cancer Foundation. He died in October 1978. Gunnar Nilsson is buried in Pålsjö cemetery in Helsingborg, Sweden, close to his parents Arvid and Elisabeth Nilsson.
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