Hiking map Kyffhäuser Mountains
Hiking map Kyffhäuser Mountains with Bad Frankenhausen, Bendeleben, Tilleda, Badra and Rottleben with Barbarossa Cave and Helme Dam Kelbra.
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The Kyffhäuser Nature Park in Thüringen has an area of 305 km². It includes the Kyffhäuser Mountains, parts of the Windleite and the Hainleite. In the north the Goldene Aue borders on the nature park Kyffhäuser.
On the map sheet in the northwest the Helme dam Kelbra and in the east the localities Bendeleben, Badra and Rottleben with the Barbarossahöhle are shown. In the Süden is the city Bad Frankenhausen and in the Nordweseten the place Tilleda with the imperial palace to see.
On the Rückseite are the map connection of the Wipperdurchbruch between Seega and Günserode and tourist information from the Kyffhäusergebirge to read.
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The Helme Dam Kelbra serves primarily as a flood retention basin and was built between 1962 and 1966. The reservoir is about 6 km² in size; and is also important for its bird diversity. iBathing and sailing are possible.
The small town of Kelbra lies in the „Goldene Aue“ and was first mentioned in a document in 1093. It belonged to the Counts of Beichlingen, then to the Archbishopric of Mainz and the monasteries of Fulda and Walkenried. The Mönche meliorated the land with settled Flemings.
Tilleda was mentioned in the 9th century as a possession of the Hersfeld monastery, which belonged to the archbishopric of Mainz. The development of the village is closely linked to the royal palace of Tilleda. Today the site is an open-air museum. It is the only completely excavated palatinate in Germany and is part of the Romanesque Route.
The Barbarossa Cave is located near Rottleben and includes wide hollows, grottos and lakes.
The Kyffhäuserdenkmal, dedicated to Kaiser Wilhelm, has a height of 81 m and is the third largest monument in Germany.
The Wipper Breakthrough is a narrow and winding breakthrough valley of the Wipper through the shell limestone of the Hainleite. It is a nature reserve and lies between the towns of Seega and Günserode. The nature reserve is 631.6 ha in size.