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Harz 10
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Heinrich Heine beschreibt in der Harzreise eindrucksvoll seine Wanderung auf den Brocken mit Übernachtung im Brockenhotel.

Angeblich schrieb Heine 1824 nach einer nebeligen Besteigung des Brockens in das Gipfelbuch:
„Viele Steine, müde Beine, Aussicht keine, Heinrich Heine.“
Dieses Zitat wurde ihm aber nur angedichtet.

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