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Harz의 관광지 및 명소

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Palace
“Das Schloss ist absolut einen Besuch wert! Ihr könnt es von innen besichtigen, aber auch der Blick auf die Stadt ist sehr sehenswert! Hoch geht's mit der Bimmelbahn (die nahe der Wohnung abfährt) oder zu Fuß (gut machbar und der Weg durch den Wald lohnt sich!) Wer oben ist kann sich auch im Café eine Verschnaufpause gönnen. Falls das Wetter mal nicht mitspielen sollte, haben wir gute Neuigkeiten: Von unserer Couch aus hat man einen tollen Blick aufs Schloss, das Nachts sogar beleuchtet ist!”
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History Museum
“UNESCO World Cultural Heritage since 2010 : The medieval monastery complex on the edge of the southern Harz. The monastery walls are home to the Cistercian Museum, one of the most beautiful and innovative monastic museums in Europe. The special history of the monastery and the the monks who prayed and worked here 900 years ago.”
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History Museum
History Museum
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History Museum
History Museum

전망대

Mountain
“The Brocken, or Blocksberg as it is sometimes called, is the highest peak of the Harz mountain range and also the highest peak of Northern Germany; it is located near Schierke. Its elevation of 1,141 metres (3,743 ft) may not seem that high, but it has a microclimate resembling that of mountains as high as 2,000 m (6,600 ft). It's usually snow covered from September to May, with mists and fogs shrouding it up to 300 days of the year. Average annual temperature stands at 2.9 °C (37.2 °F). The Brocken has always played a role in legends and has been connected with witches and devils; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe took up the legends in his play Faust. The Brocken spectre is a common phenomenon on this misty mountain, where a climber's shadow cast upon fog creates eerie optical effects. Today the Brocken is part of the Harz National Park and hosts a historic botanical garden of about 1,600 alpine mountain plants. A narrow gauge steam railway, the Brocken Railway, takes visitors to the railway station at the top on 1,125 m (3,691 ft).”
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전망대
“Featuring spectacular views into the Bode gorge, Hexentanzplatz is an Old Saxon cult site, at which celebrations were held in honour of the so-called Hagedisen (forest and mountain goddesses), particularly on the night of 1 May. The place did not become known as the Hexentanzplatz until the cult was banned by the invading Christian Franks. According to tradition the site was guarded by Frankish soldiers in order to enforce the ban and they were chased off by Saxons dressed as witches and riding on broomsticks. Above the Hexentanzplatz are the remains of the Sachsenwall (“Saxon Dyke”), a wall of granite rocks and possibly part of a larger fortification, more than 1,500 years old.”
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전망대
“Das sehenswerte, größte eiserne Doppelkreuz bietet wirklich spektakuläre Aussichten.”
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전망대
“Die Hahnenkleeklippen sind Teil eines von steilen Felsformationen durchsetzten Abhangs des Odertals zwischen Braunlage und Sankt Andreasberg.”
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Museum
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Theme Park Ride / Attraction

역사 명소

전망대
“Featuring spectacular views into the Bode gorge, Hexentanzplatz is an Old Saxon cult site, at which celebrations were held in honour of the so-called Hagedisen (forest and mountain goddesses), particularly on the night of 1 May. The place did not become known as the Hexentanzplatz until the cult was banned by the invading Christian Franks. According to tradition the site was guarded by Frankish soldiers in order to enforce the ban and they were chased off by Saxons dressed as witches and riding on broomsticks. Above the Hexentanzplatz are the remains of the Sachsenwall (“Saxon Dyke”), a wall of granite rocks and possibly part of a larger fortification, more than 1,500 years old.”
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유적지
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커피숍
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