As part of the small series "Wienpahl wandert", SWR television showed a 30-minute episode about three large and closely spaced highlights in the south-west Eifel (Eifel district Bitburg / Prüm): the Irreler waterfalls with Teufelsschlucht and Dino-Park. Here is the link to the SWR media library:
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August 13, 2021
The Mullerthal region - or Mëllerdall in Luxembourgish - is also known as Luxembourg's Little Switzerland. The region owes this name to its landscape, which is reminiscent of Switzerland. The Mullerthal region is primarily a unique biotope interspersed with rocks. The landscape of sandstone rocks owes its peculiar appearance to the erosion that has taken place over thousands of years. The diverse natural and geological heritage makes the region very special. Therefore, the Nature & Geopark Mëllerdall was founded in 2016. The combination of nature and geopark speaks for the special importance and protection of the landscape. Today, Luxembourg's Little Switzerland is a magnet for tourists from near and far.
January 19, 2022
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