The Lauchagrund, a rock-lined valley near Bad Tabarz, is one of the scenic treasures of the Thuringian Forest.
It got its name from the mountain stream of the same name.
It is interesting where the name “Laucha” comes from.
It comes from "Lauchaha", i.e. leek water.
Lots of wild garlic grow on its banks.
When there were bears 350 years ago, they ate the fresh leaves in the spring and used them to worm.(Source: outdooractive.com)
February 15, 2021
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