Mountain Biking Highlight
The Bergrat-Müller-pond in the low mountain range resin is a 1737 to 1738 created and about 1.3 ha large pike in the wooded south foothills of the city area of Quedlinburg in the district resin in Saxonia-Anhalt. He is registered in the local monument list as an artificial pond.
August 9, 2017
"BERGRAT MÜLLER POND
The Bergrat-Müller-Teich is an artificial reservoir and was created over 260 years ago for the mining industry at that time. The pond dams a water surface of 1.3 hectares at a height of 500.3 m above sea level by means of an earth embankment. NHN (at congestion destination). Like the neighboring Erichsburger Teich, the Friedenstalbach, which flows back into the Selke, serves as an inflow and outflow. "Https://harzer-wander-gui.de/harzer-wandernadel/190-bergrat-mueller-teich
March 29, 2021
The Bergrat-Müller pond was created by Bergrat Müller from 1737 to 1738 for mining purposes. The waterwheels that dewatered the Prince Karl Wilhelm pit were driven with the dammed up water of the pond.More information at:harzer-wandernadel.de/stempelstellen/uebersichtskarte/stempelstelle-190-bergrat-mueller-teich/
May 4, 2020
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