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German Wine Route (near Klingenmünster)
Germany

The German Wine Route was established in 1933. There was a record harvest in 1934, and another one was foreseen for 1935, so Gauleiter Josef Bürckel had the idea of establishing a road that connects all vintners' villages to boost the wine sales. The German Wine Route was officially opened on 19 October 1935. Existing local roads along the route were renamed to incorporate "Weinstraße" into their names and local municipalities were told to add "an der Weinstraße" to their names.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_Wine_Route

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