About nine out of ten respondents believe that the German constitution has proven itself. Citizens are less satisfied with democracy. Article 3 of the Basic Law on equality before the law. © Jens Kalaene / dpa Just before the 70th birthday of Constitution According to a poll, the vast majority of people in Germany are […]
Sparnberg Bridge and Mill. Photos taken in May 2019
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SPARNBERG (THURINGIA); GERMANY- Approximately 1-2 kilometers west of the Rudolphstein Viaduct and the Motorway 9 between Berlin and Munich is a small village that has slowly but surely become the forgotten or even lost one. Sparnberg is located on the River Saale. Founded in 1202, the village used to have a population of over 400 inhabitants at the end of World War II. Today it has only 160. The town today is characterized by its small church and market square, a dam and mill that was created in 1999, a park that is just off the Saale Bike Trail and other hiking trails that careen the steep woody hills, and the key crossing between Thuringia and Bavaria- the Sparnberg Bridge.
The bridge and a piece of the wall that once stood- now a memorial
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