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Dün – Hiking

The Dün is a hill chain in northwestern Thuringia, Germany. It runs west to east, and forms the northwestern edge of the Thuringian Basin. It separates the Thuringian Basin from the upper valley of the river Leine. Towards the east it continues in the Hainleite ridge. The highest point, 522 m above sea level.

Whilst visiting my parents the Dün is right on our door steps and I have to hike it.

Der Dün, auch Dünwald genannt, ist ein bis 522,3  hoher, rund 270 km2 großer Höhenzug der Nordwestlichen Randplatte des Thueringer Beckens. Er liegt im Staedtedreieck Heiligenstadt, Bleicherode und Muehlhausen.

Wenn ich meine Eltern besuche, liegt der Dün quasi vor meiner Haustuer und muss bewandert werden.

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Schon der Weg nach oben bietet wunderschoene Aussichten. Already on the way up the view is beautiful.

 

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Auch an wolkigen Tagen ist die Aussicht wunderschoen. Even on cloudy days the panorama is breath taking.
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St. Martin, da unten mitten drin, war das erste Gebaeude der Stadt. The church of St. Martin was the first building of the city.

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Ein Wald wie im Maerchen – gleich kommt sicher Rotkaeppchen aus dem Unterholz. Doesn’t this look like a forest from a fairy tale? It looks like Little Red Riding Hood is about to break through the undergrowth.

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Walderdbeeren … wild strawberries
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laendliche Idylle – rural idyll
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Kamille – chamomille

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8 thoughts on “Dün – Hiking”

        1. Haha😂 … this year I got soaking wet from the train 3 times within a week. Then I decided tho bring a rain jacket no matter what the weather men predicted. 😄

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