The landscape garden Kammerbusch is a worthwhile destination. Created in the middle of the 19th century by a family of industrialists called Schleicher, one can admire various smaller buildings and ruins, and on the basis of the memorial stones for Bismarck, Moltke and the three emperors 1871-1918 and for the 8 (!) World War 1 - war dead of the Schleicher family think about the extent to which national enthusiasm can lead to destruction.
The area fell from the middle of the thirties of the 20th century and was badly damaged during World War II (see footprints on the statue Wilhem I). At the beginning of the 1960s, ammunition and equipment (eg steel helmets) could be found there.
In addition, one can also enjoy that since the beginning of the 21st century, the current owners and owners of a perennial nursery in the neighboring town of Heistern strive to add horticultural accents.
May 2, 2018
The landscape garden Kammerbusch is a 50 ha small forest area near Langerwehe-Heistern. From 1851 on, the Schleicher family made their way there, placing sculptures and some ornamental buildings: Karlsburg, St. Anna's Chapel, Hülsenbergkapelle, Luluturm, Kaiser Wilhelm statue, Bismarck monument, Moltkedenkmal, grotto, triumphal arch and Hagar temple (source: Wikipedia).
Very well maintained park with surprises behind every curve.
January 15, 2018
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