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Externsteine near Detmold
The Externsteine are part of mountain range of the Teutoburger Wald. They are bulit in about 70 million years ago. The distinctive rock group is part of the same nature reserve.
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90 hectares and over 100 buildings you'd expect: Germany's largest open-
The Berlebeck eagle-
Nicely landscaped and conveniently located for the flight of birds on a ridge, houses the eagle Berlebeck 34 different raptor species with a total of 84 specimens. Free-
Schloss Detmold and Altstadt
The old city-
Corvey (obsolete even Corvey) is a former Benedictine abbey in Höxter. Corvey was one of the most important Carolingian monasteries, it had one of the most valuable libraries of the country and many bishops emerged from the abbey. In Corvey is the grave of the poet Hoffmann von Fallersleben, who supervised the Princely Library of Corvey as librarian of the Duke of Ratibor and Prince of Corvey, with about 74000 pieces. The Corvey Castle, the former Abbey, offers a delightful blend of art and culture.
Fürstenberg porcelain factory
The Fürstenberg porcelain factory was based on 11 January 1747 in Furstenberg at the Weser by Johann Georg von Langen commissioned by Duke Carl I of Brunswick and set up manufacturing today is the second oldest porcelain factory in Germany on the same site.
The city of Paderborn is a centre of Catholic church history, a worthwhile destination. The Paderborn cathedral is a time-
Paderborn as a pioneer of the data processing centre offers the HNF, the Heinz Nixdorf Museum Forum, an impressive insight into the history of computing, from cuneiform to the supercomputer. Changing special exhibitions round out the picture for the visitors from worth a visit.
Triangular castle with museum
Wewelsburg is a castle in the suburb of the city Wewelsburg Büren in Paderborn. It lies above the Almetal and is the only known with a triangular floor plan castle in Germany. Wewelsburg was built in its present form, reigning from 1603 to 1609 of Paderborn Bishop Dietrich von Furstenberg (1585 to 1618). Today, the well-
Schloss Arolsen is a baroque palace in Bad Arolsen, which was built from 1710 to 1728. The castle was built as a three-
Since 2007, Koster Daheim houses a unique museum of monastic culture in Germany's history. Significant and valuable exhibits find their place within the almost completely preserved monastery complex, which has until now maintained their impressive strength and peace.