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Teufelsmauer Weddersleben

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Stephan
March 11, 2020
The Devil's Wall (Teufelsmauer) is a rock formation in the northern part of the Harz Foreland in central Germany. This wall of rock runs from Blankenburg (Harz) via Weddersleben and Rieder to Ballenstedt. The most prominent individual rocks of the Devil's Wall have their own names. Many legends and myths have been woven in order to try to explain the unusual rock formation. It was placed under protection in 1833. The part near Weddersleben has been protected since 1935 as a nature reserve and is thus one of the oldest nature reserves in Germany. The rock formations of the Devil's Wall are all accessible by footpath. In order to conserve protected plant species, it has become necessary to implement measures for visitor management. The rocks may be reached from hiking trails and vantage points are protected by safety railings. Several of the rocks in the Devil's Wall may be climbed. The Brothers Grimm said this about the Devil's Wall: "On the Northern Harz, between Blankenburg and Quedlinburg, one sees an area of rocks south of the village of Thale that the people call the Devil's dance floor, and not far from there is the rubble pile of an old wall, opposite which, north of the village, stands a large ridge of rocks. Those ruins and that ridge are called by the people: Devil's Wall. The devil fought long with our dear God for dominion over the earth. (actually the devil built it in order to share the world with Him. But since he was only given a certain time and the whole wall was not completed within the time limit, the evil one in his anger destroyed a great deal of his work again, so that only a few pieces of it were left.) At last, a division of the land then inhabited was agreed. The rocks, where the dance floor now is, were to separate the border and the Devil built his wall with loud cheers and dancing. But soon the insatiable one started new quarrels, which ended in him also being given the valley at the foot of the rocks. There is added a second Devil's Wall."
The Devil's Wall (Teufelsmauer) is a rock formation in the northern part of the Harz Foreland in central Germany. This wall of rock runs from Blankenburg (Harz) via Weddersleben and Rieder to Ballenstedt. The most prominent individual rocks of the Devil's Wall have their own names. Many legends and…
Sabrina
July 2, 2021
Kleiner Aufstieg familienfreundlich und danach ein Eis auf dem Biohof mit Spielplatz und Streichelgehege
Lars Und Birgit
June 24, 2017
schöner Wanderweg entlang einer Felsformation
Horst
July 31, 2019
geogische Besonderheit, die beeindruckend ist
Sylke
April 27, 2019
Das Naturschutzgebiet Teufelsmauer und Bode nordöstlich Thale zählt zu den ältesten Naturschutzgebieten Deutschlands.

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