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One might say: “Come on, there is nothing more in Mansfeld-Südharz than those 5 little towns.” Nevertheless, all of these towns are worth seeing and each of them has its little special features. In the area around Mansfeld, the ... more...
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#1 Hettstedt

The Copper City
#1 Hettstedt
The copper city Hettstedt is located along the river Wipper at the south-east edge of the Harz, the most northern low mountain range of Germany. Located in the middle of a unique dump landscape, the history of Hettstedt dates back to the year of ... more...
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#2 Sangerhausen

City of Mining and Roses
#2 Sangerhausen
Sangerhausen, the more than 1000-years-old city of mining and roses is located at the mountain hills of the southern part of the Harz, building the end of the Goldenen Aue there. The old part of the city with Göpenstraße, Kornmarkt, the ... more...
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#3 Lutherstadt Eisleben

The culture of the Reformation and mining
#3 Lutherstadt Eisleben
The city of Eisleben, located at the Eastern Harz Foreland, is one of the oldest cities between the Harz and the river Elbe. Here the most famous German Reformer, Dr. Martin Luther, was born and Eisleben is the city where he died, too. However, the ... more...
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#4 Stolberg

The half-timbered town in the Harz
#4 Stolberg
When visiting the Southern Harz, one ought not to miss a trip to the idyllic half-timbered town Stolberg. Strolling along the paths around Stolberg you can enjoy the city´s picturesque surroundings and take one of the descents to the city ... more...
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#5 Kelbra

Between Harz and the Kyffhäuser mountains
#5 Kelbra
The city of Kelbra is located in the middle of the Goldene Aue, surrounded by many organic orchards and by the beech tree forests of the Southern Harz. The village with its public lido and the sailing port at the artificial lake Kelbra is a popular ... more...
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Rural Bohéme Mansfeld-Südharz
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Eisleben 5.jpg
One might say: “Come on, there is nothing more in Mansfeld-Südharz than those 5 little towns.” Nevertheless, all of these towns are worth seeing and each of them has its little special features. In the area around Mansfeld, the ... more...
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#1 Hettstedt

The Copper City
#1 Hettstedt
The copper city Hettstedt is located along the river Wipper at the south-east edge of the Harz, the most northern low mountain range of Germany. Located in the middle of a unique dump landscape, the history of Hettstedt dates back to the year of ... more...
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#2 Sangerhausen

City of Mining and Roses
#2 Sangerhausen
Sangerhausen, the more than 1000-years-old city of mining and roses is located at the mountain hills of the southern part of the Harz, building the end of the Goldenen Aue there. The old part of the city with Göpenstraße, Kornmarkt, the ... more...
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#3 Lutherstadt Eisleben

The culture of the Reformation and mining
#3 Lutherstadt Eisleben
The city of Eisleben, located at the Eastern Harz Foreland, is one of the oldest cities between the Harz and the river Elbe. Here the most famous German Reformer, Dr. Martin Luther, was born and Eisleben is the city where he died, too. However, the ... more...
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#4 Stolberg

The half-timbered town in the Harz
#4 Stolberg
When visiting the Southern Harz, one ought not to miss a trip to the idyllic half-timbered town Stolberg. Strolling along the paths around Stolberg you can enjoy the city´s picturesque surroundings and take one of the descents to the city ... more...
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#5 Kelbra

Between Harz and the Kyffhäuser mountains
#5 Kelbra
The city of Kelbra is located in the middle of the Goldene Aue, surrounded by many organic orchards and by the beech tree forests of the Southern Harz. The village with its public lido and the sailing port at the artificial lake Kelbra is a popular ... more...
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