The Obere Nassenwieser pond is a silent witness of mining in the Harz Mountains. It was built around 1670 and was of great importance for the mines around Clausthal. The mining pond has been a listed building since 1978.Today you can walk around the lake and enjoy the silence. Various information boards provide information about the historical water management systems in the area. It is particularly beautiful here in the early morning hours, when nature slowly awakens and the fog stands over the water.
July 20, 2021
The Obere Nassenwieser Teich - also called "Obere Nassewieser Teich" - is a historical reservoir in the Upper Harz. It belongs to a complex water management network and is located about two kilometers northeast of Buntenbock. The artificial body of water owes its name to its location on what was originally a swampy and impassable area on the upper reaches of the Innerste.
June 29, 2021
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