Explore interesting sights in Rosengarten, 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 7 sights are available in Rosengarten, Germany.
1. Großsteingrab Klecken
The Hunebed in the Klecker Forest is a megalithic grave of the Neolithic Age in the municipality of Rosengarten in the district of Harburg, which is located on the outskirts of the village of Klecken in the Klecker Forest north of the Lüneburg Heath. The village of Jesteburg is located four kilometres south of the megalithic tomb. The passage tomb with the Sprockhoff number 675 was built between 3500 and 2800 BC as a megalithic site of the funnel beaker culture (TBK). Neolithic monuments are an expression of the culture and ideology of Neolithic societies. Their emergence and function are considered to be hallmarks of social development. It is designated as a natural monument.
The Karlstein is an Ice Age boulder made of granite, which is located in the district of Schwiederstorf in the municipality of Neu Wulmstorf in the Rosengarten State Forest north of the Rosengartenstraße in the district of Harburg in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is located in the Harburg Mountains about 1.75 km west of the Rosengarten forestry office on a narrow wooded hill above a steep ridge. The name was given on the basis of a legend that associates the stone with the Frankish king Charlemagne.
3. Wildpark Schwarze Berge
The Black Mountains wildlife park is a wildlife park in the municipality of Rosengarten in northern Lower Saxony. The park, founded in 1969 and open all year round, is located in a forest area in the Harburger Bergen, south of the Hausbruch district of Hamburg, near Rosengarten-Vahrendorf and is 50 hectares and has around 140 employees.
4. Freilichtmuseum am Kiekeberg
The open-air museum on the Kiekeberg is a former Hamburg open-air museum in the area of the Harburg mountains. It lies between the districts of Ehestorf and Vahrendorf in the municipality of Rosengarten in the district of Harburg. Today, the museum is supported by the non-profit foundation Open-Air Museum on the Kiekeberg.
5. Großsteingrab Nenndorf
The Großsteingrab Nenndorf is a megalithic grave of the Youngstein Age funnel cup culture (TBK) near Emsen, a village of the municipality of Rosengarten in the district of Harburg, Lower Saxony, which was created between 3500 and 2800 BC. It carries Sprockhoff number 673.
6. Großsteingrab Emsen
The large stone grave Emsen is between 3500 and 2800 BC. Chr. Megalithic grave facility of the Neolithic funnel cup culture (TBK) near Emsen, a district of the municipality of Rosengarten in the Harburg district, Lower Saxony. It bears the Sprockhoff number 672.
7. Stolleneingang Salzbergwerk Wilhelmsglück
The Royal Württemberg Rock Salt Mine Wilhelmsglück was a rock salt mine in the area of today's municipality of Rosengarten near Schwäbisch Hall and was developed in 1824 in the Kingdom of Württemberg. The mine was named in reference to King Wilhelm I.
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