The Ungeheuersee is a flat bog pond, which is fed by the Krumbach. As part of the only raised bog in this low mountain range, the lake has been protected as a natural monument since the 1930s. The name has nothing to do with monsters, but derives from the words "Unger" for forest pasture and "Heyer" for enclosures. A very idyllic place.
June 22, 2018
The Ungeheuersee in the Leininger Sporn, part of the north-eastern Palatinate Forest, is a shallow pond that is fed by the Krumbach. The lake has been under protection as a natural monument since the 1930s. In the official directory he has been shown since 1971 with the list number ND-7332-195. Source: Wikipedia
Height above sea level: 359 m
Maximum depth: 1.8 m
Height above sea level: 357 m above sea level. NHN
Length: 140 m
Circumference: 400 m
April 12, 2021
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