Submitted by scott on Mon, 10/25/2021 - 02:31

From Bædeker's  The Rhine - 1873: pp 200-1

Stat. Achern (*Krone, or Post, carr, to Allerheiligen 7–8 fl.;*Adler, moderate; beer at Huber's and the Engel), a thriving little town, lies at the mouth of the Kappeler Thal. The market-place is adorned with a monument to the Grand Duke Leopold (d. 1852). In the vicinity is the admirably conducted Lunatic Asylum of Illenau, accommodating 400 patients. Hence through the Kappeler Thal to Allerheiligen.

48° 37' 60" N , 8° 4' 0" E
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