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Gradierwerk und Lesehalle im Kurpark Bad Orb, Spessart
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Im Naturpark Spessart, einem der größten zusammenhängenden Waldgebiete Deutschlans liegt der Kurort Bad Orb. Dort steht am Rande des Kurparks noch ein Gradierwerk aus der Zeit, als hier noch Salz gewonnen wurde. Die Anlage ist 18 Meter hoch, ca. 160 Meter lang, über zweihundert Jahre alt und noch immer in voller Funktion. Die Saline ist begehbar. In ihrem Umfeld wird die Luft mit Salz und Feuchtigkeit angereichert und ist damit dem Meeresklima sehr ähnlich.

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Taken: 03/12/2014
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更新日: 25/01/2015
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