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Located on the border between Bavaria and Thuringia, the historic town of Mödlareuth is a part of a rich and diverse heritage and has been a politically important location. It was one of the foregrounds during World War II and suffered immense damage. Today, the border acts as an open air museum depicting the significant historic events that have taken place here. This iconic border was referred to as the ‘Little Berlin’ by the Americans during the War.
The Grosser Waldstein lies in the Waldstein range near Bavaria, Germany. Lying in the Fitchel Mountains, this mountain has mixed forest including beech trees and rock piles. This area is a natural reserve and there are trails leading to the mountains from the public roads. This mountain is renowned for its rock formation, a small building which was once a trap for bears and the ruined castles.
The Church of St Nicholas is a romanticized, Catholic church with Gothic layouts and designs. The building is a marvel to look at which stands out for its impeccable architectural style. Within the church, you can explore a whole area filled with roman sculptures, pictures and paintings. The church is a prime place of worship and attraction. For more information, do call ahead.
Botanischer Garten Adorf is a one of its kind botanitcal garden in Adorf and the only one in Vogtland. Established in the year 1999, Botanischer Garten Adorf contains over 8000 plants and nearly 1000 varieties and species. One of the key attractions of Botanischer Garten Adorf is the alpine flora as well as the Kalktuffbereichs. In the year 2008, Botanischer Garten Adorf was partly damaged in a small fire which destroyed about 300 plants as well as a section of the adjoining miniature park. However, the damages were repaird by 2009 and today, Botanischer Garten Adorf is open to visitors everyday in warmer days of the year.
Malzhaus can trace its roots clear back to the 13th century, when the foundations of its barrel vaults were first laid into the stone of Plauen. This ancient building has seen several iterations since then, though none were likely so fun as its latest: a concert venue, movie theater, cabaret and gastronomie all rolled into one. For concert times, movie showings and the latest restaurant information, hop onto their regularly updated website.
The Durrenwaid station lies in the municipality of Nordhalben in Bavaria, Germany. This site is a former railway station and was built in 1901 in the market town. This single-storey wooden building has a saddleback roof and was used as a holiday home for a long time. The Rodach Valley Railway Society eventually acquired this building and it now serves as an operation building for the railway museum.
Located in Zeulenroda-Triebes, Dreieinigkeitskirche is a regal church built in 1820.
The Pfarrkirche Sankt Georg Friesen is believed to be church which is more than four hundred years old, belonging to the Gothic era. There are cultural events held are well.