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weisweber

About weisweber
Distance travelled

14,997 mi

Time in motion

35760:58 h

Recent Activity
  1. weisweber went for a hike.

    5 days ago

    01:45
    5.85 mi
    3.3 mph
    500 ft
    375 ft
    Birgit, Droggelbecher and 147 others like this.
    1. weisweber

      Since rain was to be expected, there was only a short Sunday walk through Rummelsburg, Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain today. We took a closer look at the Oberbaum City under the Narva Tower with its many inner courtyards and at the same time found a little shelter from the rain.

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      • 5 days ago

  2. weisweber went cycling.

    6 days ago

    02:50
    42.7 mi
    15.1 mph
    350 ft
    425 ft
    Manuela, Emanuel. ®️ and 158 others like this.
    1. weisweber

      Actually, I wanted to do the fourth and last part of the Düttmann tours today, but we had to postpone that. Instead, I spontaneously decided to do a racing bike lap around BER. I also made a detour to the terminal building. The round is ideal for racing bikes. Only the last and last part in Neukölln could have been better.

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      • 6 days ago

  3. ennasuS, Tschaika and 145 others like this.
    1. weisweber

      Following routes C and D of the virtual exhibition "Werner Düttmann - Berlin. Construction. Plant." of the Brücke-Museum (wernerduettmann.de/routen/routen, also as Komoot-Collection komoot.de/collection/1106978/-werner-duettmann-berlin-bau-werk) followed today with the route B (komoot.de/tour/329142771) into the City West and into the Westend the third part, which we drove in the opposite direction from the office building on Urania to the residential complex Heerstraße. On the way back we made a detour over the Waldbühne and the Olympic site. Unlike the first two tours, Route B (12.2 km) is planned as a bicycle tour.The exhibits on route B are:
      (1) Office building on Urania, 1967
      (2) Wertheim department store, 1971
      (3) Ku’damm-Eck, 1972 (demolished in 1988, Swiss Hotel since 2001)
      (4) Traffic pulpit on Joachimsthaler Platz, 1956
      (5) Cafeteria of the Technical University, 1967
      (6) Ernst-Reuter-Platz, 1960
      (7) Office building on Ernst-Reuter-Platz, 1973
      (8) Theater Deutsche Oper, 1963
      (9) Residential and commercial building on Stuttgarter Platz, 1971 - 1973
      (10) East Prussia Bridge, 1960
      (11) Palais am Funkturm, 1957
      (12) Edinburgh House, 1962
      (13) Heerstrasse residential complex, 1971

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      • April 25, 2021

  4. weisweber and Schwarz-Weisweber went for a bike ride.

    April 24, 2021

    illywhacker, Büchi (Jan) 🤠 and 157 others like this.
    1. weisweber

      Following route D of the virtual exhibition "Werner Düttmann - Berlin. Construction. Plant." of the Brücke-Museum (wernerduettmann.de/routen/routen, also as Komoot-Collection komoot.de/collection/1106978/-werner-duettmann-berlin-bau-werk) last weekend (https : //komoot.de/tour/350237205) today we have route C (building and counterbuilding. From the Hansaviertel to the House of World Cultures, wernerduettmann.de/routen/route-c-hansaviertel) in integrated into today's little bike city stroll.The exhibits on Route C are:
      (1) Hansa School, 1957
      (2) Hansaplatz underground station, 1961
      (3) Hansabücherei, 1958
      (4) Oscar-Niemeyer-Haus, 1957 and Egon Eiermann's house, 1962
      (5) Academy of Arts, 1960
      (6) Green areas in the Hansaviertel
      (7) Werner Düttmann across the Spree
      (8) Congress Hall Berlin Tiergarten (HKW), 1957

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      • April 24, 2021

    1. weisweber

      Not only Komoot offers virtual relay hikes, the Brücke Museum also offers virtual exhibitions. The exhibition "Werner Düttmann - Berlin. Construction. Plant." also offered virtually (wernerduettmann.de/routen/routen). There you will find 4 tours via "Routes", which are also offered as a Komoot Collection (komoot.de/collection/1106978/-werner-duettmann-berlin-bau-werk). These routes are planned as walking tours. We have integrated route D (social living. From Mehringplatz to Kottbusser Tor) into today's little bike city stroll through Kreuzberg.The exhibits on this route are:
      (1) Housing development on Hedemannstrasse, 1975
      (2) Mehringplatz, 1975
      (3) Lindenstrasse high-rise buildings, 1968-1975
      (4) St. Agnes, 1967
      (5) House on Prinzenstrasse, 1985
      (6) Housing complex on Wassertorplatz (Die Graue Laus), 1970
      (7) Wohnregal, 1988
      (8) Admiralbrücke residential building, 1988
      (9) Kottbusser Tor and NKZ, 1974
      And by the way, we also discovered some murals that were practically on the side of the road.

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      • April 18, 2021

  5. weisweber and 2 others went for a hike.

    April 17, 2021

    Frank Meyer, Jose 🐾 and 232 others like this.
    1. weisweber

      Summary: A wonderful hike 😊🍀 Many thanks to Frank Meyer for the great planning and preparation of the virtual relay hike and to Manfred Reschke as the creator of the 66 lakes hiking trail on which we hiked the stage from Leibsch to Halbe.We made the outward journey from Berlin to the starting point of our stage of the relay hike with the RE 2 in the direction of Cottbus to Lübben and the bus 506 in the direction of Alt-Schadow to Leibsch, Hauptstraße. We made the bus trip to Leibsch together with two hikers who also drove to Leibsch and followed the same plan (komoot.de/tour/317597449), but did not take part in the relay hike, but happened to be there at the same time were.When we arrived in Leibsch, we first went a little bit along federal highway 179 in a northwesterly direction to the Dahme Umflutkanal. Then we hiked between the canal on the right-hand side and a drainage ditch on the right-hand side in a westerly direction to the siltation zone on Lake Köthen. At this point, a path led to the right over a bridge in the direction of Klein Wasserburg, from which one has a beautiful view of the canal. However, we continued in a southerly direction and followed an avenue of trees until we came across the "road to the campsite", where we turned right and walked along the Koethener See to Koethen. In Köthen we then left the planned route for a short time to have a look at the bathing area that borders the youth hostel. We can only recommend this little detour. From Koethen we went on the Groß Wasserburger Straße in a south-easterly direction to the Forsthaus Koethen. This is where the area of the Heideseen begins, along which we hiked one after the other, initially in a south-westerly direction along the Pichersee, Mittelsee and Schwanensee. We circled the southern tip of the Schwanensee and then hiked on the northwest side of the Schwanensee and the Mittelsee to the Triftsee. Between Schwanensee and Triftsee we made a very short detour to the wooden bridge over the water connection between the two lakes. At the Triftsee we then walked in a south-westerly direction around the Schibingsee, which is also referred to as Märchensee on the overview map in Köthen. The legend of the Märchensee can be read at khstreiter.de/koethen_09/koethen2.htm. From Märchensee we went for a long time through wooded area past the Großer Wehrigsee, which can only be seen from a distance through the trees, back to Koethener See, along which we hiked north via Neuköthen again to the Dahme Umflutkanal. The area between the cycle path (Hofjagdweg) on the western tip of Lake Koethen and the canal is also known as Schenkenländchen and is relatively sandy. From Neuköthen to Märkisch Buchholz it goes on a green and tree-lined path along the Dahme Umflutkanal. In Märkisch Buchholz you can marvel at the large stair weir, where many anglers pursued their hobby. Here you also have to decide whether to follow the original route of the 66 lakes hiking trail or hike through the NSG Mahnigsee-Dahmetal. We decided to go through the town, but made a detour towards the NSG to get an impression of both alternatives. We recommend going through the NSG. Then it continues in a westerly direction to Halbe, first a short section on an asphalt and then over a green forest path.Finally, a list of the lakes on the tour:
      Köthener See and the following heathland lakes:
      Pichersee
      Central Lake
      Swan Lake
      Triftsee
      Schibingsee (Märchensee)

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      • April 17, 2021

  6. weisweber went for a bike ride.

    April 11, 2021

    03:35
    27.7 mi
    7.7 mph
    1,300 ft
    1,275 ft
    1. weisweber

      I'll catch up on the comments and labeling of the pictures.

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      • April 11, 2021

  7. weisweber went on a Tour.

    April 10, 2021

    mbuna, Burkhard 🔵⚪ and 151 others like this.
    1. weisweber

      Today, Saturday, we went on a trip to the Britzer Garten to see how far plants and flowers have come when they bloom. Result: a few daffodils and very few tulips can be seen. Most of the flowers are still waiting for warmer weather, but if the temperatures continue to rise, things will take off.On the way there by bike, we stopped by the horseshoe settlement and Britz Castle. The way back went over the Tempelhofer Feld and the Hasenheide. Both paths were exactly the same length (14.2km) and the walk in the Britzer Garten was 5.7km.

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      • April 10, 2021

  8. weisweber went for a hike.

    April 5, 2021

    01:32
    4.80 mi
    3.1 mph
    275 ft
    250 ft
    1. weisweber

      On today's Easter Monday the weather was quite damp and cold until the afternoon, so a good prerequisite for doing a little browsing. On the web, I stumbled across the Lichtenberg (Hubertusbad) public swimming pool on the website stern.de/reise/deutschland/lost-paces-berlin_30451986-30451936.html. It was the first public bath that was planned and built in Germany after the First World War. The bathroom, built in the expressionist style, had to close in 1988 due to structural damage and then in 1991 the entire facility. When the first rays of the sun came out after the sleet, we immediately set off and visited a few other places that we seldom come to. So a little Lichtenberg tour of a different kind turned out to be.

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      • April 5, 2021

  9. weisweber went for a hike.

    April 4, 2021

    Thomas 🚴 🚶, Levram DC 🦊 and 163 others like this.
    1. weisweber

      Today we went on an Easter hike to pick up our daughter from Steglitz. We then drove back together with the S-Bahn. The way there led us from Rummelsburg via Alt-Treptow, Kreuzberg, Neukölln (Volkspark Hasenheide), Tempelhof (airfield) and Schöneberg (Schöneberger Südgelände). At Columbiadamm near the Tempelhof airfield, we had the opportunity to take a look at the inside of the beautiful Şehitlik Mosque and received some information and a Turkish tea to warm up from a friendly gentleman.

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      • April 4, 2021

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