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Sandstone boulders down the cliff...

In 1898, the county of Düren received Nideggen Castle. Around 1922 the Local History Museum of Düren County and the Town of Nideggen (Heimatmuseum des Kreises Düren und der Stadt Nideggen) was established in the fighting tower or bergfried. In the Second World War the tower was used by artillery units as an observation post. The tower house suffered a direct hit during an air raid on 6 December 1944 and much of it collapsed. After extensive rebuilding, the castle museum was re-opened on 27 September 1979. (Wiki)

Nideggen, NRW, Germany
2009
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Dilubreuer

Welcome Jan. It's a continuation from the narrative of my previous post on Nideggen Burg. Hugs.

Dilubreuer

Hope i to finish our photos accumulated through the years Jill. Welcome.

Dilubreuer

Thanks Iris!

Dilubreuer

Yes Jacki, i have seen Janet's posts, really amazing! Haven't seen this type of stones here yet...hope i would one of these days.

Dilubreuer

Guess there were cases of deaths there Ardy, reason why in my previous post was a cross on top of a stone. Welcome.

Dilubreuer

No problem dravale, times now are just different. i have stamps exchanges with foreign collectors, pending until we are allowed to go out to post them.

jan42ful

A fabulous view thanks Lunie and wonderful info. hugs.

JillianB

More wonderful views, thanks Lunie

irisriver

Wonderful! ☺♥☺

ringleader

That's pretty high up. Wow. Thanks, Lunie & Didi.

dravale20

u ll have 2 wait ! i ll make a text and i ll have 2 translate 2 make u understand the situation ! did i made u curious ?

bluebird42

Gorgeous boulders, Lunie! We have sandstone in the western part of the US, but the red is more orange than the red of your sandstone. Here on the east coast we have no sandstone. Janet, (jan42ful) showed some of our fantastic sandstone in the pictures from their trip to Utah last summer (she showed them in the fall when they returned to Australia).

Dilubreuer

Of course dravale20...

dravale20

still want stamps Dilu?

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