Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)
At the point you can see a lot of the previous track usage. There are many details and tracks have been preserved. Also the staircase to the no evidence of it. The Samba wagon also documents what used to be there and shaped the entire region.
But the Samba cart addresses yet another topic. Here fleeting people were caught after the war and then distributed to NRW. Déjà-vu? Yes exactly. A hot topic. It pays to stop for a moment and think about it.
July 29, 2018
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.. at this point stood until 1960 the large main refugee camp of North Rhine-Westphalia in Wipperfürth, where especially after the war displaced people and later the first guest workers from Italy and Turkey were quartered under for today inhuman conditions; intended for hours or days and then for weeks and months. Good to pause and read this later in the writings of the home history club Wipperfürth.
April 17, 2019
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