Auf dem 382 Meter hohen Großen Deister bei Barsinghausen steht der Nordmannsturm .Dieser wurde benannt nach seinem Erbauer Constantin Nordmann. Am Fuße befindet sich ein Restaurant. Von hier kann man den Turm besteigen. Von Oben hat man eine super Aussicht
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