Rheinstraße / Rathaus
Rheinstraße, 55116 Mainz, Germany
Located on the bank of the River Rhine the Gutenberg Marathon has a very scenic route. The race starts and finishes at the Town Hall or 'Rathaus'. Runners navigate around two loops of the town with the option of dropping out after the first loop, completing the half marathon race. There are many sites along the way include the impressive Mainzer Dom (Mainz Cathedral).
Start and finish on the Rhine street between the City Hall and the Rheingold Hall . First, it goes down the Rhine at the Electoral Palace over the Rhine Avenue and from there on the premises of Schott AG to the reversing triangle Mainz by Mombach where the northernmost point of the track is reached. After a new crossing of Mombach it comes to the children euros logical center and the old engine shed by between Hartberg park and railway land to the underpass at the Rheingau Wall . In a loop, you now run by the Town to Emperor street . After a circumnavigation of Christ Church , it goes into the old town.
At the Cathedral over the route leading to the Rhine road and on a commute to the city park over after Weisenau . Shortly before the end of the first round which is the Museum of Ancient Shipbuilding and the wooden tower happens. In the second round, which will initially Rhine on the Theodor Heuss Bridge crosses, and it closes a loop by Mainz-Kastel and fare home to. About the Heuss bridge, it goes back to the left bank of the Rhine, where km is achieved 28. The rest of the marathon route runs just like the first round, only that this time the shuttle route to Weisenau is omitted.
The Gutenberg Marathon is a Marathon in Mainz , which takes place in May since 2000. The run was the 600th birthday of Johannes Gutenberg launched by the Office of Public Relations of the City of Mainz.
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