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  1. Havelbiker, Lauri and 38 others like this.
    1. Cornell

      The Dutch Windmill Straupitz is our last stop before returning to Berlin. An inside inspection was possible, but my parents stayed outside and I did not want to let them wait again. That's why I decided not to.

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      • 08/04/2019

  2. Cornell went hiking.

    06/04/2019

    weisweber, Lauri and 35 others like this.
    1. Cornell

      Originally we had planned for Straupitz only the visit of the Dutch windmill. Luckily, this place has much more to offer, as my parents and I took a look at during our walk through the village.

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      • 08/04/2019

  3. Cornell went hiking.

    06/04/2019

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    Tom, Ultrarunner_23 and 37 others like this.
    1. Cornell

      Platzhalter ... at least the photos and the tour are online now

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      • 08/04/2019

  4. David, Paul and 28 others like this.
    1. Cornell

      The third stop on our way back to Berlin was the Bismarck Tower on the Schlossberg in Burg (Spreewald).After a circumnavigation of the tower on my part was the climb to the two upper viewing platforms. Unfortunately, you can almost always see trees, church spiers and industrial towers / chimneys from the very top.
      After the descent, it went on to the village center of Burg.

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      • 08/04/2019

  5. Cornell went hiking.

    06/04/2019

    Joe Penner, tr and 10 others like this.
    1. Cornell

      The second stop on the way back to Berlin was Dissen. This is one of 10 places in Germany with the most stork nests (about 8-12).

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  6. Cornell went hiking.

    06/04/2019

    Ultrarunner_23, Paul and 12 others like this.
    1. Cornell

      The first stop on our way back to Berlin was the Spreeaue in Dissen-Striesow. Here are worth both hikes and cycling.My walk along the Spree will surely lead you along.

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      • 09/04/2019

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  7. Cornell went hiking.

    05/04/2019

    Paul, Dieter and 87 others like this.
    1. Cornell

      Today again a round through the Branitzer Park together with my family.

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      • 05/04/2019

  8. Cornell went for a run.

    05/04/2019

    1. Wanderpurzel

      Great, only the pictures yesterday with sun were more beautiful 😉 it is just as gray as here. Have a nice holiday. lg

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About Cornell

Bei Interesse an gemeinsamen Wanderungen, Erfahrungsaustausch, Tourenvorschlägen, Tipps und Hinweisen könnt ihr mich gern wie folgt kontaktieren:
cornell@gmx.com oder 01523-1754434 (WhatsApp/SMS)
Hier eine Seite, auf der die Trittsiegel von Tieren gut zu erkennen sind:
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Cornell’s Tour Stats

Distance4,960 mi
Time1434:14 h