Bike Touring Highlight
This obelisk is reminiscent of an old court of Thuringia from 1130, which Landgrave Ludwig II as the supreme Dingstuhl the Landgraviate auserkor where he himself four times a year right - on a court stage - said: "On the Riethe to Mittelhausen," in the meadow " Maspe "(at the aspen tree). Beisitzer were the counts of the country. For more than 200 years, this institution has been preserved and gained significance as a Landfriedensgericht.A bad dirt road ("Am Denkmalsweg") leads from the street Mittelhausen / Nöda to this former place of jurisdiction. Located in a small grove monument, next to several gravel pits, reminiscent of this historic place. The plaque on the obelisk is removed, the sandstone littered with scratched "inscriptions". After completion of the gravel quarrying a restoration of the monument is provided.
November 10, 2019
Several paths lead around the gravel lakes described. It should be noted that some of these are also company premises. The gravel lakes are leased waters. The dirt roads are easy to drive on with wider tires or good profiles. After rain or damp weather, large puddles and mud are to be expected. With rubber boots and mud clothes, it is definitely eventful for a hike with children.
October 30, 2022
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