The Hübichenstein near Bad Grund consists of 2 connected rock peaks. It consists of limestone and represents the remnant of a coral reef from the time of the Devon. Geologically, the Hübichenstein belongs to the limestone of the Iberg. It is about 50 meters high and accessible via rock steps and stairs. The view from the top of Bad Grund and the Harz is great.
February 20, 2019
Kaiser Wilhelm I. Monument.
The anniversary of the Battle of Gravelotte on 18 August 1897 is considered the day of the completion of the monument. The Hübichenstein can be used as a good starting point for hikes through the world forest Harz or the Iberger Albert Tower. A parking lot is right on the Hübichenstein. The Hübichenstein is accessible via a staircase.
April 28, 2019
According to the information board, the rock comes from the Devonian era !? That is old. Wikipedia says the Devon was 419.2 - 358.9 million years ago.
I can not imagine!
The mounted eagle is from 1897 - at the time of Kaiser Wilhelm II.
I can imagine that! ;-)))
July 22, 2017
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