Hoher Wall

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  • Karin

    In the 15th century, ramparts were built to protect the city. Most of these are still available today. They surround the city center to about 2/3 and are part of the public green spaces. They serve for recreation close to the city center and as footpath connections. Protected as an architectural monument and landscape conservation area, they are supplemented and networked as part of urban development. Due to the natural design, numerous plants and small animal species were able to settle.
    The ramparts include the Kehrwiederwall, the Hohe Wall (Liebesgrund) and the Langelinienwall.
    The Hohe Wall / Liebesgrund is a foothill of the innermost green stretch that runs through the city from south to north. In 1993, a rain retention basin with a volume of 2,800 m³ was integrated into the large lawn area on Schützenallee.

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    • July 6, 2020

  • Karin

    In the 15th century, ramparts were built to protect the city. Most of these are still available today. They surround the city center to about 2/3 and are part of the public green spaces. They serve for recreation close to the city center and as footpath connections. Protected as an architectural monument and landscape conservation area, they are supplemented and networked as part of urban development. Due to the natural design, numerous plants and small animal species were able to settle.
    The ramparts include the Kehrwiederwall, the Hohe Wall (Liebesgrund) and the Langelinienwall.
    The Hohe Wall / Liebesgrund is a foothill of the innermost green stretch that runs through the city from south to north. In 1993, a rain retention basin with a volume of 2,800 m³ was integrated into the large lawn area on Schützenallee.
    Source: hildesheim.de

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    • July 8, 2020

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Location: Lower Saxony, Germany

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  • Distance379 yd
  • Uphill125 ft
  • Downhill25 ft

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