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Okertalsperre, Schulenberg, Germany
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Der große Juliusstau, die größte deutsche Talsperre des 16. Jahrhunderts, stand rund 30m vor der heutigen Oker-Hauptsperrmauer. Hier ließ bereits um 1570 Herzog Julius von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel eine Stauanlage errichten, um Brennholz und Bauholz okerabwärts in seine Residenzstadt Wolfenbüttel zu flößen.

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