Nothing against Maxen and the surrounding area. Very nice, now we have also discovered the Clara Schumann Museum in Schmorsdorf. Despite Corona, the door was open. Great thing, the small museum on the linden tree. But on April 19th, when we were already here due to corona, we would not have thought to be here again at Christmas for the same reason (conditions). And again everything was closed in Maxen ...
December 28, 2020
To see the mouth hole and thus the "end" of the Rothschönberger Stolln, we hiked along the Triebisch today. It is very impressive what the miners created 150 years ago. And good, as it is presented within the scope of the UNESCO Heritage Montan Region. If you have taken the grave tour in Rheinsberg, it goes well together. On the occasion we took a look at what is still there from the motorway in the Tanneberger Loch. All gone. It's unbelievable how quickly things disappear. The same can be seen from the remains of the quarries along the Triebisch.
November 18, 2020
In the time before the Internet in general and Komoot in particular, one would have simply gone to Pulsnitz to the gingerbread market. Now you combine that with a hike, there are good tips, thanks to “Keulenbergfreund”. The Keulenberg has a lot of history, that is explained "above" on many boards. Add to that a beautiful view and then to the “outlet” gingerbread house in Pulsnitz, the market is down, but it doesn't matter, the dealers have opened their shops.
November 7, 2020