5 Sights in Möser, Germany (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Möser, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Möser, Germany.

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1. Optische Telegraphenstation 12

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The Prussian Semaphore System was a telegraphic communications system used between Berlin and the Rhine Province from 1832 to 1849. It could transmit administrative and military messages by optical signal over a distance of nearly 550 kilometres (340 mi). The telegraph line comprised 62 stations each furnished with a signal mast with six cable-operated arms. The stations were equipped with telescopes that operators used to copy coded messages and forward them to the next station. Three dispatch departments located in Berlin, Cologne and Koblenz handled the coding and decoding of official telegrams. Although electric telegraphy made the system obsolete for military use, simplified semaphores were still used for railway signals.

Wikipedia: Prussian semaphore system (EN), Website

2. Hoher Stein

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The megalithic tombs near Körbelitz were originally at least three megalithic tombs of the Neolithic Ancient Deep Engraving Pottery culture near Körbelitz, a district of the unified municipality of Möser in the district of Jerichower Land in Saxony-Anhalt. Of these, only one exists today. The remaining facilities were destroyed in the 18th or 19th century. The preserved tomb is also known as the "High Stone".

Wikipedia: Großsteingrab Körbelitz (DE)

3. Schleuse Hohenwarthe

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Schleuse Hohenwarthe Der ursprünglich hochladende Benutzer war RalfV in der Wikipedia auf Deutsch / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Hohenwarthe lock is a descent structure that was built as part of the Magdeburg waterway junction. It closes the eastern section of the Mittelland Canal to the east and serves to overcome the different water level between the canal of the Mittelland Canal to the west and the Elbe-Havel Canal, which begins only 200 m further east. It was opened in October 2003, together with the Magdeburg Canal Bridge.

Wikipedia: Doppelsparschleuse Hohenwarthe (DE)

4. Gedenkstätte Der Opfer des Faschismus

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Schacht Schermen Memorial is a memorial to ten Polish victims of the National Socialist regime located in the Einheitsgemeinde of Möser, district of Schermen. In the local register of monuments, the memorial is listed under the registration number 094 86929.

Wikipedia: Gedenkstätte Schacht Schermen (DE)

5. Bockwindmühle Hohenwarthe

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The Hohenwarthe windmill is a post mill between the villages of Lostau and Hohenwarthe in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. In the local register of monuments, the Hohenwarthe windmill is listed as a monument under the registration number 094 05642.

Wikipedia: Bockwindmühle Hohenwarthe (DE)


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