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    1923 began the construction of a water pipe which was planned in 1910, but was prevented by the First World War.

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    • May 10, 2018

  • Klausi

    A visit ensures cooling after the climb.

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    • June 24, 2020

  • Kathrin

    In pre-Germanic times, the caves served as a refuge. In 1177, Bishop Ullrich built a castle. His opponent Heinrich the Lion, Duke of Saxony, destroyed the castle that was under construction. The princes of Saxony rebuilt it together. Later it served as the summer residence of the bishops of Halberstadt. The castle was destroyed by the Swedes in the Thirty Years' War.Water cave
    Originally an underground room in the castle. There was a very rich well in the courtyard. A concrete basin was built in the water cave. The water was pumped up from the courtyard. The basin served as an elevated tank. The courtyard, the school building, the gardening, the castle, the parish house, the train station and the inn "Deutsches Haus" were supplied.

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    • October 18, 2020

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Location: Halberstadt, Harz, Harz Mountains, Germany


  • Elevation220 m

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