Harz 10

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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