The Huttaler weighbridge is an idyllic water structure. It lies in a depression, houses 2 benches and the stamp office 128 of the Harzer hiking nobility. It is worth it, if you once dealt with the functioning of the balance, which also opens up the naming. But just listening to the splashing of water can be nice too.
June 9, 2016
The Huttaler weighbridge was built in the years 1763 to 1776 as part of the Upper Harz water shelf. The building is able to supply water from the Huttal to the Hirschler pond at low tide by appropriate switching and to relieve it from water at high tide.
March 16, 2019
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