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Planetenweg von Ludwigsburg

Planetenweg von Ludwigsburg

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  • Streifenhörnchen

    The castle itself cannot be visited. The park can be used all year round. Boats can be rented from mid-March to mid-October, depending on the weather.

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    • January 20, 2020

  • Five62

    Small walk around the lake of Monrepons Castle ..... Eben and refreshments are also

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    • February 17, 2019

  • 🚶HARALD M. 🚶

    Restful and quiet paths around the lake

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    • November 26, 2019

  • ⛰🚶🏽Rouven 🚲 🛋

    A stroll in the castle park is always nice

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    • July 3, 2020

  • Daniel

    Wonderful

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    • July 24, 2020

  • G.K.

    Nice park, with a beautiful castle and lake, for boating.

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    • September 6, 2020

  • 🚶HARALD M. 🚶

    With a diameter of just under 4,880 kilometers, Mercury is the smallest, with an average solar distance of around 58 million kilometers, the closest planet to the sun and therefore also the fastest planet in the solar system. With a maximum daytime temperature of around +430 ° C and a nighttime temperature of −170 ° C, it has the largest surface temperature fluctuations of all planets.

    Due to its size and chemical composition, it is one of the Earth-like planets.

    Because of its proximity to the sun, it is difficult to observe from Earth, as it only reaches a maximum angular distance of about 28 ° from the sun. It can only be seen with open eyes for a maximum of one hour either in the evening or in the morning sky; Details on its surface can be seen from a telescope opening of about 20 cm.

    Mercury is named after Mercury, the messenger of the gods, the Roman god of merchants and thieves. Its astronomical symbol is

    more: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merkur_(Planet)

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    • November 27, 2019

  • Rika123

    The Monrepos Castle inkl See is located near Ludwigsburg in the Ludwigsburg district, Baden-Wuerttemberg.

    - The Seeschloss is privately owned by the Herzog von Württemberg family
    - The small palace was connected to the Ludwigsburg residential palace and the Favorite pleasure palace via avenues
    - Unfortunately, visits to the castle are no longer possible
    - The park and the lake are freely accessible all year round
    - Pedal boating and boating are possible in the summer months

    Further information:
    - ludwigsburg.de/start/tourismus/Seeschloss+Monrepos.html

    - see also: komoot.de/highlight/772099

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    • December 1, 2020

  • 🚶HARALD M. 🚶

    Monrepos (French for "my rest", "my relaxation") is a lake castle in the northwest of Ludwigsburg. The small castle is connected by avenues to the Ludwigsburg residential palace and the Favorite pleasure palace.
    The Dukes of Württemberg have enjoyed hunting at Lake Eglosheim since the 16th century. In 1714, Duke Eberhard Ludwig had an octagonal pavilion, the little lake house, built on the north bank.

    Under Duke Carl Eugen, the entire area was designed in baroque forms. Since 1755 a rectangular lake with straight banks was created. A few years later, the duke commissioned his architect Philippe de La Guêpière to plan a baroque summer residence. Construction began in 1760, but came to a standstill after four years. In the meantime, Duke Carl Eugen was more interested in his other palace building projects. The half-finished system fell into a deep slumber.
    Remodeling under King Friedrich

    more: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seeschloss_Monrepos

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    • November 26, 2019

  • 🚶HARALD M. 🚶

    The Planet Path in Ludwigsburg also brings younger visitors closer to the dimensions of space. It is a scaled-down replica of the solar system.
    Over a distance of 6 kilometers, the path brings a piece of heaven to earth. An interesting family outing for parents and children.

    The course of the planetary path:
    It begins with the sunny location in Ludwigsburg-Eglosheim approx. 200 meters north of the favorite park in Seeschlossallee. This is not far from the S-Bahn station "Favoritepark" (S 4). The planet path then continues north over Monrepos Castle to Wilhelmshof, through the fire wood forest to the southern edge of the Bietigheim forest. From this location the S-Bahn station "Bahnhof" in Bietigheim-Bissingen is approx. 2 kilometers away.
    At the beginning and end of the path and at the roundabout in front of Monrepos Castle there is an additional general information board about the planet path itself and its course.

    more: freizeitengel.de/Angebot/Planetenweg-Ludwigsburg/wahl?p=136282

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    • November 26, 2019

  • 🚶HARALD M. 🚶

    Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system with an equatorial diameter of around 143,000 kilometers. At an average distance of 778 million kilometers, it is the fifth planet when viewed from the sun. It is named after the main Roman god Jupiter.

    It has no visible solid surface. Due to its chemical composition, Jupiter is one of the gas planets. These “gas giants” form the group of outer planets in the solar system; they are also known as Jupiter-like (Jovian) planets. In this group, Jupiter is the innermost planet; he walks beyond the asteroid belt around the sun.

    In 2018, 79 moons of Jupiter were known. The four largest so-called Galilean moons Ganymed, Callisto, Io and Europa have diameters between 5262 and 3122 km and were discovered as early as 1610.

    Jupiter is the third to fourth brightest object in the night sky (after the moon and Venus; depending on the orbit constellation, Mars is sometimes brighter). In Babylonia it was considered a royal star because of its golden yellow light (see also Star of Bethlehem). Its astronomical symbol is
    more: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jupiter_(Planet)

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    • November 27, 2019

  • 🚶HARALD M. 🚶

    Mars is the fourth planet in the solar system, counted from the sun, and the outer neighbor of the earth. It is one of the earth-like (terrestrial) planets.

    At almost 6,800 kilometers, its diameter is about half that of the earth, and its volume is a good seventh of the earth's volume. This makes Mars the second smallest planet in the solar system after Mercury, but has a diverse geology and the highest volcanoes in the solar system. With an average distance of 228 million kilometers, it is around 1.5 times as far from the sun as the earth.

    The mass of Mars is about a tenth that of the earth. The acceleration due to gravity on its surface is 3.69 m / s², which corresponds to about 38% of the earth's. With a density of 3.9 g / cm³, Mars has the lowest value of the terrestrial planets. Therefore, the gravity on it is even slightly lower than on the smaller but denser Mercury.

    Mars is often referred to as the Red Planet. This color is due to iron oxide dust (rust) that has spread over the surface and in the thin CO2 atmosphere. Its orange to blood red color and its fluctuations in brightness in the earthly night sky are also the reason for its naming after the Roman god of war Mars. [3]

    The two polar caps and several dark plains that change color in spring are clearly visible in larger telescopes. Photos from space probes show a surface partially covered with craters and strong traces of earlier tectonics (deep canyons and a volcano over 20 km high). Mars robots have already geologically examined several areas.

    Mars has two small, irregularly shaped moons that were discovered in 1877: Phobos and Deimos (Greek for fear and terror).

    The astronomical symbol of Mars is

    more: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mars_%28Planet%29

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    • November 27, 2019

  • 🚶HARALD M. 🚶

    Earth is the densest, fifth largest and third closest planet in the solar system to the sun. It is the place of origin and home of all known living things. Its diameter is more than 12,700 kilometers and its age about 4.6 billion years. According to their predominant geochemical properties, the term "earth-like planets" was coined. The astronomical symbol of the earth is ♁ or ⊕. [5]

    Since the earth's surface consists of about two thirds of water and therefore the earth appears predominantly blue when viewed from space, it is also called the blue planet. It is also metaphorically referred to as "Spaceship Earth".

    As the basis of human life, the earth plays a prominent role as a holy whole in all religions; in many ethnic, folk and historical religions either as a diffuse deification of a "mother earth" or as a personified earth goddess

    more: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erde

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    • November 27, 2019

  • 🚶HARALD M. 🚶

    With an average solar distance of 108 million kilometers, Venus is the second innermost and with a diameter of approx. 12,100 kilometers the third smallest planet in the solar system. It is one of the four earth-like planets, which are also called terrestrial or rocky planets.

    Venus is the planet that comes closest to Earth's orbit with a minimum distance of 38 million kilometers. It is similar in size to the earth, but differs in terms of geology and especially in terms of its atmosphere. This consists of 96% CO2, and its surface pressure is 90 times higher than on earth.

    After the moon, Venus is the brightest star in the night sky. Because it is one of the lower planets only visible in the morning or evening sky and never around midnight, it is also called the morning star and evening star. Even with a small telescope it can be observed in the daytime sky, sometimes even with bare eyes. But even when it is close to the earth (approx. Every 1½ years), only the cloud strips of the extremely dense atmosphere can be seen. Exploring the surface requires radar.

    The astronomical symbol of the planet Venus is a stylized representation of the hand mirror of the eponymous Roman goddess of love Venus: ♀

    more: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_(Planet)

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    • November 27, 2019

  • 🚶HARALD M. 🚶

    The sun is the star that is closest to the earth and that forms the center of our solar system. It is an average-sized star in the outer third of the Milky Way. The sun is a dwarf star that is in the main sequence development stage. It contains 99.86% of the mass of the solar system. At 1.4 million kilometers, their diameter is around 110 times that of the earth. The sun's surface shows a changing number of sunspots that are related to strong magnetic fields. Along with other phenomena, they are referred to as solar activity.

    Solar radiation is one of the basic requirements for the development of life on earth. The sun draws the energy for solar radiation from the fusion of hydrogen to helium.

    The course of the sky of the sun divides the day and the year. She was worshiped in this role in prehistoric times in sun cults.

    The astronomical symbol of the sun is ☉.

    more: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sonne

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    • November 27, 2019

  • Rika123

    The Monrepos Castle inkl See is located near Ludwigsburg in the Ludwigsburg district, Baden-Wuerttemberg.

    - The Seeschloss is privately owned by the Herzog von Württemberg family
    - The small palace was connected to the Ludwigsburg residential palace and the Favorite pleasure palace via avenues
    - Unfortunately, visits to the castle are no longer possible
    - The park and the lake are freely accessible all year round
    - Pedal boating and boating are possible in the summer months

    Further information:
    - ludwigsburg.de/start/tourismus/Seeschloss+Monrepos.html

    - komoot.de/highlight/669182

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    • December 1, 2020

  • Rika123

    The Monrepos Castle inkl See is located near Ludwigsburg in the Ludwigsburg district, Baden-Wuerttemberg.

    - The Seeschloss is privately owned by the Herzog von Württemberg family
    - The small palace was connected to the Ludwigsburg residential palace and the Favorite pleasure palace via avenues
    - Unfortunately, visits to the castle are no longer possible
    - The park and the lake are freely accessible all year round
    - Pedal boating and boating are possible in the summer months

    Further information:
    - ludwigsburg.de/start/tourismus/Seeschloss+Monrepos.html

    - komoot.de/highlight/669182

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    • December 4, 2020

  • Black Fox

    I can only recommend the planet path. It is nicely laid out and conveys a lot of knowledge.

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    • June 18, 2020

  • Doreen

    Not only is the front of the reliefs / sculptures worth looking at, the back also has its charms. Simply great for running, hiking or walking.

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    • July 22, 2020

  • Chris

    The Monrepos is always worth a visit, preferably early in the morning and not otherwise very crowded on the weekend

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    • August 16, 2020

  • G.K.

    Nice park with a lake, for boating.

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    • September 6, 2020

  • G.K.

    Nice little lake. Here you can go pedal boating or rowing boating.

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    • September 21, 2020

  • Chris

    Monrepos is a lake castle in the northwest of Ludwigsburg. The little castle is connected by avenues to the Ludwigsburg residential palace and the Favorite pleasure palace

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    • October 5, 2020

  • Chris

    An old avenue to the Monrepos

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    • January 5, 2021


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Location: Baden-Württemberg, Germany

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  • Uphill150 ft
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