Putscheid

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Bivels, Stolzembourg, Weiler, Putscheid, Nachtmanderscheid, Gralingen and Merscheid.

Stolzembourg and Bivels are two villages lying in the narrow valley of the Our and close to Vianden. Many walks with viewpoints. At Stolzembourg, ruins of a medieval castle. The sumptuous floral decor on houses, in public places and along the streets won Stolzembourg First Prize in the regional competition "Schéin Dierfer a Stied". At 1,5 km you will find the remains of a former copper mine with Museum of the Copper Mine. In summer, a floating bridge is at the disposal of the swimmers. Illumination of the church and the castle. At the opposite side of Bivels is the castle of Falkenstein. The Our dam is downstream from Bivels. Many walking paths (30 km, maps available) with picnic areas. Mountainbike track.

Copper Mine, Stolzembourg

www.putscheid.lu

Nature Park Our

The Nature Park of Our, officially created in 2005, is located in the North-East of Luxembourg and has a common border with Germany and Belgium.

11 districts with 14,000 inhabitants and a total area of 305 km create a platform for the sustainable development of the region. Other objectives relate to economic development in harmony with the natural wealth of the region and the quality of life of its inhabitants.

In this rural area, agriculture has always played an important role. Several initiatives aimed at improving income and agricultural diversification have been developed.

Clervaux, Kiischpelt, Parc Hosingen, Putscheid, Tandel, Vianden, Troisvierges


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In the surrounding area