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Schlechteberg Tower

Der Schlechteberg in Ebersbach ist ein Berg des Lausitzer Berglandes im Landkreis Görlitz mit einer Höhe von 485 m ü. NN. Der Berg ist ebenso wie der in unmittelbarer Nähe liegende Kottmar in Eibau und der Löbauer Berg ein erloschener Vulkan des tertiären Vulkanismus. Der Name des Berges lässt mehrere Deutungen zu. Auf ein äußeres Merkmal würde die Ableitung von mittelhochdeutsch sleht = eben hinweisen.

Der Berg ist über eine Zufahrtsstraße ausgehend von der Bundesstraße 96 bis zum großflächig angelegten Parkplatz am Wasserhäuschen nahe der Bergkuppe erreichbar.

Seit dem Jahr 1957 gilt der Schlechteberg durch einen Ratsbeschluss als Naherholungsgebiet.

Copyright: Peter Wilhelm
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 16/08/2009
Uploaded: 12/09/2009
Updated: 02/03/2015


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