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Loess Ravine, Bickensohl, Kaiserstuhl, View 5

There used to be many Loess ravines in the Kaiserstuhl. The literal translation of the German word "Lösshohlwege" is: Loess hollow path. These ways have their origin in a special geological situation. The Kaiserstuhl is an old extinct volcano. Over the ages loess - a clastic, predominantly silt-sized sediment - was blown by the wind onto the slopes of the Kaiserstuhl. Loess is a rather soft sediment. And the ravines used to be small roads for carts transporting wine in the vineyards. Over the centuries the wheels of the carts and the rain have dug deep ravines into the loess.

Copyright: Dr. Carsten T. Rees
Art: Spherical
Resolution: 11168x5584
Taken: 13/05/2022
Hochgeladen: 03/06/2022


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