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Erpetal in winter

Das Erpetal mit seiner typischen Wiesenlandschaft ist eins der wenigen erhaltenen Fließtäler in Berlin. Es liegt zwischen den S-Bahnhöfen Köpenick und Friedrichshagen in einem Landschaftsschutzgebiet. Durch das Erpetal schlängelt sich das Neuenhagener Mühlenfließ. Es wurde im Mittelalter aus der Erpe, die während der letzten Eiszeit entstand, künstlich zu einem schneller fließenden Gewässer umgestaltet. Ein Teil des Erpetals wurde schon 1983 unter Naturschutz gestellt. 1949 wurde dann das gesamte Erpetal zum Naturschutzgebiet, 1957 zum Landschaftschutzgebiet, erklärt. Der Erpewanderweg ist Teil des Europäischen Fernwanderwegs E 11 und des Berliner Hauptwanderwegs "Der grüne Pfad". Im Erpetal gibt es viele Arten wildwachsender Farn- und Blütenpflanzen, Amphibien und seltene Vögel.


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Copyright: Reinhard Schubert
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Taken: 18/03/2013
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Tags: nature; berlin
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