Louisendorf

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Recommended by 37 out of 39 road cyclists

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  • Jürgen

    Louisendorf, named after Queen Luise, was built in 1820 by order of the Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm III. as a branch settlement Kurpfälzischer emigrants. These had left their homeland in 1741 because of their Protestant beliefs and had stuck on the Dutch border on the trip to Pennsylvania (USA). Their settlement areas between Goch, Kleve and Kalkar - initially Pfalzdorf, then Louisendorf and finally Neulouisendorf - are still referred to today as "Palatine language island", although the dialect, the "Pälzersch", is less related to the Palatinate and more to Hunsrück.

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    • January 26, 2016

  • Alfred Bollen

    Striking square street pattern, which is already striking on a map.

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    • May 6, 2020

  • Schmitzer

    Location of the church is impressive !!

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    • February 18, 2018

  • Juul van Loon | Bikesight

    Special village, looming out of the blue.

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    • May 3, 2020

  • ThomasB

    Also very impressive in autumn.

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    • October 19, 2020

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Location: Bedburg-Hau, Kleve, Lower Rhine Region, Düsseldorf District, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

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  • Elevation40 m

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