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Ammerübergang Kammerl

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  • Biene

    About 120,000 years ago, during the Young Moraine era, the Ammer sought after leaving the Alps their way north.
    Between Altenau and Peißenberg a magnificent Ammerschlucht formed. Here, about 15 km from the source, the river made this impressive breakthrough, the Scheibum.
    The Scheibum consists of marl and sandstone. The various layers of rock that were created during the Alpine exploitation about 25-30 million years ago are very well visible here as natural limestone, as clay, as white and gray quartz and as slate.
    It is 600 m long, up to 80 m deep and has been under conservation since 1949.
    Source: ammergauer-alpen.de/Media/Attraktionen/Scheibum-Ammerdurchbruch

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    • June 19, 2017

  • Simon

    The old Kammerl power station was the first to generate the single-phase, low-frequency alternating current used throughout Europe to drive trains. It is still completely preserved today and a museum, which is run by the "Förderverein historical Bahnkraftwerk Kammerl e.V." is looked after.

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    • June 13, 2021

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Location: Saulgrub, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany

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