"On the summit of the high love is a mountaineering honor, reminiscent of fallen in World War I. Mountaineers of about 800 members of the Saxon Mountaineering Federation (SBB) had fallen over 400 in the First World War Shortly after the war, the SBB called a committee to build Head of the project was the well-known mountaineer and first-time rider of the locomotive attack, Albert Kunze, the Dresden-based architect and mountaineer Oskar Pusch, who was drafted by Franz Beyer, a Dresden sculptor On October 17, 1920, the memorial was inaugurated with a speech by Rudolf Fehrmann.The sandstone-made memorial bears two bronze plaques bearing the inscriptions "The Fallen Mountaineers 1914-1918" and "Our Dead Mountain Friends". In 1947, the then considered outdated inscription was changed in 1990, the former state was restored.On the Sunday of the Dead, mountaineers meet every year at the Memorial to commemorate their dead. Meanwhile, not only fallen mountaineers are thought, but all died climbers who died in mountain accidents. The meeting on the Hohen Liebe belongs to the traditional calendar of the mountaineering year in the climbing area Saxon Switzerland. "- de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hohe_Liebe#Bergsteigerehrenmal
June 4, 2018
Hohe Liebe is one of the smaller peaks in Saxon Switzerland. Of course, the high love holds what the name promises: The view is pure romance. Worthwhile is a circular route over the summit. On the summit there is a small monument in honor of the injured mountaineers in Saxon Switzerland.
December 2, 2018
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