Best Of Wald PDF

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BEST OF WALD- das sind herausragende Orte, Plätze, Naturereignisse, Kunstwerke oder Gegenstände im Bayerischen Wald und im Böhmerwald. Die Grenze hat uns lange Zeit den Blick auf die besonderen Ereignisse der Nachbarn verstellt. Ein wenig wirkt sie noch nach und viel Außergewöhnliches unserer Nachbarn ist uns immer noch unbekannt.
Der Stary most Verlag in Pilsen hat das Thema zuerst aufgegriffen und gemeinsam mit Marita Haller Höhepunkte und Rekorde im Böhmerwald und im Bayerischen Wald gesammelt und veröffentlicht.
Die edition Lichtland hat die Texte übersetzen lassen und präsentiert nun die deutsche Version im neuen Erscheinungsbild. Zu finden sind darin u.a. eine älteste Eibe, ein längster Tunnel, ein kältester Ort, ein kleinstes Buch, ein ältestes Gasthaus, der tiefste See oder die kleinste Heilquelle.
Letzte Bären gibt es auf beiden Seiten als verbindendes Ereignis. Ebenso wie Englisch oder Deutsch für die Menschen aus dem Bayerischen Wald und im Böhmerwald oft die einzigen gemeinsamen Sprachen sind.
Deshalb ist der Titel BEST of WALD gar nicht so weit weg hergeholt. Vielleicht ändert sich das, wenn die Neugierde auf die Besonderheiten in diesem Buch Anlass für einen Besuch beim Nachbarn werden.

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The Thuringian Forest forms a continuous chain of ancient rounded mountains with steep slopes to both sides and poses ample difficulties in transit routing save through a few navigable passes. Thüringerwaldbahn, a cross-country line of the Gotha tramway network, serves the northern foothills of the Thuringian Forest between Gotha and Bad Tabarz, including a branch to Waltershausen. The uplift of the horst-like fault block was part of the Saxonian tectonic processes and is understood as a long range effect of the Alpine orogeny. It began in the upper Cretaceous era and ended in the late Tertiary after about 40 million years. The Eisenach trough is part of the much larger Werra basin, which in turn is part of the Saar-Unstrut depression of early Permian origin. It was uplifted as one of the fault blocks in the Saxonian tectonic era and is filled with Variscan molasses, named Eisenach formation after the location. In the Ruhla anticline the basement rocks, folded in the Variscan era, are exposed.

They are named Ruhlaer Kristallin after the location and are according to Franz Kossmat considered part of the Central German Crystalline Zone, of which Odenwald and Spessart are also constituents. The sedimentary, volcano-sedimentary, and magmatic rocks which were deposited or formed in the area from the Cambrian until the upper Devonian were subjected to intense metamorphosis during the Variscan uplift and are now mostly present in the form of gneiss or schist. The Oberhof trough is by far the largest of the main geologic parts of the Thuringian Forest. It consists of the uplifted part of the so-called Thuringian Forest Basin whose contents can be further subdivided into several formations. Their relative ages have not been fully resolved yet, partly because the Oberhof trough had been a rift zone with intense tectonics and continual changes of the internal relief and of the main areas of deposition. Suhl and northwest of Schleusingen, northwest of Schleuse river, embedded in the Triassic foothills of Southern Thuringia. Buntsandstein hills immediately north of and parallel to the Thuringian Forest between Eisenach, Waltershausen, Friedrichroda, and Georgenthal.

An outcrop of Muschelkalk rock can be found in their northern part, south of Waltershausen. The Thuringian Forest is located in the Central European transition zone between the Atlantic oceanic climate and the continental climate of Eastern Europe. Humid air arrives mainly from the west, so that the western slopes and the crest of the chain experience the highest levels of precipitation. C, this number rises to more than 150 in the upper altitudes of the Thuringian Forest. Buntsandstein forelands to the southwest, but exhibiting a much more pronounced relief.