With a surface area of 123 ha, the Dreifelder Weiher is the largest pond in the Westerwald lake district in the Westerwald (Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany).
It is a flat, artificially created still water (a pond), the water of which could also be drained off due to its barrier structure located on the north bank. After the end of the Thirty Years' War, the pond together with five other ponds was counted by Count Friedrich III. zu Wied (1634–1698) created for the purpose of fish farming in partly marshy areas, the count's hunting station Haus Seeburg expanded to a manorial yard.
The river flows through it. Source: Wikipedia
July 10, 2020
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