NW 1 - Rivers of Hanover
Rivers of Hanover Many interesting stories to the rivers Leine, Ihme and the
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Views from the Benthe Hills The Benther Berg even though it is not lying on
NW 6 – Leine Meadows at Old Laatzen The traditional center of the old
Natural Stones in Hanover City Full of mysteries and secrets: The various
Gardens and Parks of Hanover Hermann-Loens-Park In the 1930s, the town
Views from the Benthe Hills The Benther Berg even though it is not lying on the territory of Hanover, is seen as the actual mountain of Hanover, because it is a popular recreation destination and on its northern flank offers unique views of the city. It rises up to 175m from the Calenberger countryside and consists almost entirely of very old, red sandstone, which can be seen well in some places of the mountain. Around him is the Calenberger Börde consisting superficially of loess sediments. The enormous fertility of these soils promotes settlement of people since the Iron Age and possibly even earlier. Legacies of the pre-Christian inhabitants are documented by
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NW 6 – Leine Meadows at Old Laatzen The traditional center of the old town of Laatzen at Eich Street still has many remnants of the brick industry, which here comes to bloom in the 19th century and has helped the rather agricultural area to economic prosperity. Brick clay has been brought here from the adjoining Leine floodplain since long, which is clearly visible on the old chapel of 1325. The haugh as raw material for bricks was taken here up to the middle of the 20th century, leaving shallow pools that were used by the former open air bath Laatzen for swimming and are now managed by the local fishing club. The Wiesendachhaus (house with meadows on the roof) is
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Natural Stones in Hanover City Full of mysteries and secrets: The various natural stones in the city of Hanover bear witness to the eventful CV of the rocks. Rocks are formed from cooled lava and ash, weather, be deposited in their smallest constituents in rivers and seashores, sunk in the depths of the earth's crust and melted again. Perform the eternal cycle of rocks of our living planet with us at the beautiful natural stone facades in central Hannover. Join us with your group in an entertaining way the Kuenstlerhaus in Sophienstrasse over the countryside road to Georgswall with the remains of the ancient wall. From there we go to St.-Aegidius Church and over to Art
Gardens and Parks of Hanover Hermann-Loens-Park In the 1930s, the town council wanted to close a long-standing gap between Eilenriede Forest and the Tiergarten Park. The swampy, constantly damp ground of the former Roder Brook has long hampered the use of the land. They had decided to make the course more complex drainage measures a landscape park, which contains the soil moisture as a theme. Of the planners exclusively native plants were selected that have references to the wet landscape, and formed into an idealized Lower Saxony countryside. The park was named after the famous German poet Hermann Loens and has since then many walkers presented the beauty of local
Thank you NaTourWissen for this great treasure hunt. It was your original ideas and places to find so much fun and decrypt .... Have been all raved about my great event gift !!!!
It was a great tour thru Forest Eilenriede, super ideas, tricky puzzles and all had their fun !!! ..... and hard to believe as adults become children again, if they are sent to a treasure hunt and can romp through the forest ...... Thank you for this beautiful tour!
There was a lot of fun. The hiding places were such that we were called correctly. The fresh air and exercise after work and before the Christmas menu have been good. With the headlamps, the darkness was not an obstacle.
Digital paper chase with a difference! We made a team event Geocaching with colleagues as an active part of our Christmas. Together to find their way through the dark Forest Eilenriede and creative hiding the caches, was well received by all. Super planned and prepared! That was for most the first treasure hunt, but certainly not the last.