In the midst of the forests of the hiking region Briedeler Switzerland, halfway up the mountain, there is the viewpoint Hindenburglay. A small pavilion perches on the rock spur, which protrudes from the steep wooded impact slope of the narrow Moselle arch of the Zeller Hamm.Only the narrow trails give access to this magnificent place. In silence, we sit in the shade of old oak trees and enjoy the view down to the passing Moselle with its vine-covered steep slopes and the houses nestling in the narrow valley of Briedel, while above us a flag flutters easily in the wind.The pavilion was built in 1927 by the men's singing club Eintracht Briedel and is maintained since then by today's mixed choir. It serves as a refuge in the center of the 1926 laid out hiking trails. His name Hindenburglay he received at that time in memory of the great Chancellor.Source: briedel.de/index.php/urlaub-in-briedel/56-urlaub-in-briedel/sehenswuerdigkeiten/98-hindenburglay
September 30, 2019
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