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Hallenhaus Halde Norddeutschland
Germany
Als Landmarke kann das Hallenhaus (ca. 100m Höhe) aus weiter Entfernung den Weg zur Halde Norddeutschland weisen. Der Ausblick von oben lässt den Blick scheifen vom Kraftwerk Voerde aus, über Duisburg, Moers, Neukirchen-Vluyn, über den Schaephuysener Höhenzug hin bis Kamp-Lintfort.
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Tags: slag heap; scenic view; house; hill
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