The highest Spreequelle is located on the western slope of the Kottmars in 478 m. In a slope niche on the Kottmar, from which the Eibauer Spreequelle, also called Buchenborn, emerges, a semicircular phonolite stone wall was built around the spring in 1921. It lists the hometowns of World War I soldiers who were members of the Mountain Club Lusatia. The plant in the midst of red beech and spruce was renewed in 1957.
January 17, 2018
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