On Monday morning, the Taunus presented itself in a fashionable cloud dress. 🌫🌫 The left mountain is the Altkönig ("Old King"). Around 400 BC, the Celts settled there. Remains of the settlement and several ringwalls can be visited. It's the third highest mountain in the Taunus (798 m). The right mountain ist the Großer Feldberg ("Great Field Mountain"). On its top you can see the Feldberg/Taunus transmitter and the observation tower. It's the highest elevation of the Taunus mountains and of the entire Rheinish Massif (879 m). There, too, you will find interesting traces of the past. For example, there are parts of the Upper Germanic-Rhaetian Limes and other significant remains of the Romans. You can also visit the Brunhildisfelsen ("Brunhild's Rock"). This name is said to go back to the legend of Sigurd, as there Brunhild once said to have been put to sleep by Odin. Sigurd fulfilled the requirements to wake her up again.
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