Barossa Valley, Australia
The Barossa Valley is one of the well-known valleys in the place of Australia that is located at the distance of about 60km from the northeast of the Adelaide city center. This valley has been formed by the North Para River. This valley has been taken into account as being one of the major wine production places and also one of the eye-catching tourist’s destinations too. The name of this valley has been all derived from the Barossa Range. The name “Barossa” was hence registered in error, as because of some of the clerical error in transcribing the name “Barrosa”. The area is approximately about 13 by 14 kilometers.
Tanunda is one of the major towns that is located in Barossa. This valley has the population of about 20,000. Most inhabitants are much living in the towns of the Tanunda, Nuriootpa, Angaston, Williamstown, and Lyndoch. In every single town, there are about 1000 people.
This region has been following the stronger German Lutheran history. Some of the towns are holding with more than one Lutheran church. Tanunda is taking into account with the Langmeil, St. Paul’s, Tabor and St. Johns. Nuriootpa has St. Petri and Holy Trinity. Angaston has Zion and Salem.