Información sobre Sabine 🦁
Wandere meinem Traumziel entgegen - - einmal die Alpen über die Via Claudia Augusta zu überqueren.
Meine Wanderungen sind in der Regel entweder Strecken von zertifizierten Fern- oder ebensolchen Rundwanderwegen.
Sie sind immer sportlich, anstrengend, aber auch immer angst- und stressfrei, d.h. keine Abgründe und seilgesicherte Klettersteige.
Sollten Routen solche Elemente enthalten, werden sie von mir entsprechend abgeändert und mit dem Zusatz " Alternativroute" gekennzeichnet.
Ich stelle mir auch Wanderungen selbst zusammen und beziehe hier oftmals historische Wege, wenn sie noch gehbar sind, mit ein. Diese Wanderungen werden mit Titeln versehen, die Charakteristika der Wanderung wiederspiegeln.
Highlights verwende ich sparsam. Fundobjekte, Bänke an Wegrändern, Holzkreuze im Wald, alte Wanderschuhe, die an einen Baum genagelt sind, stellen für mich keine Highlights dar. Ihr findet bei mir nur Highlights mit eindeutig kulturellem Wert, Naturschauspiele oder schöne Aussichten.
Stöcke sind manchmal hilfreich. Trittsicherheit ist sehr oft erforderlich.
Alle Wanderungen sind hundetauglich, denn mein Hund ist mein ständiger Wanderbegleiter.
Alle Wanderungen mit 🐕 sind Hundegenesungswanderungen und deshalb kürzer und anfänglich mit geringen Höhenmetern.
Ich wünsche euch viel Spaß beim Stöbern.
Über Fragen und/oder Kommentare freue ich mich.
Fernreisen und -wanderungen findet ihr in meinem Reiseblog "Reiselust mit Sabine", Facebook facebook.com/Reiselust-101872488182665 und Instagramm instagram.com/reiselust_mit_sabine.
- Sabine 🦁
First of all: Komoot got off halfway through the route. So I had to start over and then join the two routes together. Hence the strange information about time and speed.
Time: 1.45 h, speed: 5.1 km / h.I had often read about the four temples district in the Wroclaw guides and saved it for a shorter day. Today was such a shorter day and I combined the tour with a route through the Teatralna and the Zwinger Park (Park Mikolaja Kopernika).The four temples quarter is not a city quarter in the strict sense; historically it was a district where many different denominations had lived together in peace for centuries. Catholics, Protestants, Orthodox and Jews provided an example of mutual respect and tolerance. The silent witnesses of this only religious respect are the places of worship, which have survived undamaged to this day.
Since 1996 there has been a council that manages this listed area.Coming from the old town, the crystal planet sculpture by the Wroclaw artist Ewa Rossano forms the entrance to this cultural gem.
The churches that are located here - like all churches in Wroclaw - are breathtaking and unique in their character and history.The Evangelical-Augsburg Church of the Confession of Divine Providence is the first to meet me. It stands like a colossus on the Kasimierza Wilkiego. Built from 1747-50, the late Baroque church became the court church with the construction of the Wroclaw City Palace. It survived the war unscathed and in 1947 became the bishopric of the Evangelical Augsburg Church in Poland. Unfortunately it is closed.The next church destination is the (Catholic) Church of St. Anthony of Padua in the Swietego Antoniego. Before that, however, I take a look at the Pokoyhof passage, which has been wonderfully restored and shines in a tiled white. There are many very nice cafes and bars here that tempt me to stop for a short coffee.
The church of St. Anthony is firmly embedded in the row of houses and stands out clearly from the other buildings with its light blue and white facade and height. The oldest baroque church in Wroclaw is a real eye-catcher and street cafes / pubs in this alley also invite you to linger and look at this building.
The church is run by Paulines and is closed. Certainly due to the chorus.Just 300 meters away is the Russian Orthodox Cathedral of the Birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary, which is located on the busy Swietego Mikolaja. This church certainly has the most interesting history of all.
It was built in 1286 as a cemetery chapel. This is the origin of the many grave slabs that were built into the church wall in later years.
From 1525 to 1945 it was Protestant and was also used as a garrison church from 1741 to 1920. The church was badly damaged in the war and after it was rebuilt it was handed over to the Polish Orthodox community.
The church is closed, but I can look through an open back door into the small garden and the really artistic grave slabs and photograph.My tour of the quarter ends with the synagogue Zum Weißen Storch, built in the years 1827-29. It belonged to liberal Judaism until 1927, then to conservative Judaism until 1938.
Until the end of WWII it was used as a warehouse for stolen Jewish property.
It was then returned to the Jewish community and renovated.
Today the synagogue and its forecourt is a popular meeting place for Wroclaw residents, either to spend a pleasant evening in one of the Jewish restaurants or to take part in one of the many cultural events.The whole district is known as Wroclaw's cultural spot and I also enjoy walking through the alleys and streets of this extremely vital district.After an extremely good Jewish meal, I leave the neighborhood and walk home via the Teatralna. Not without having walked through the beautifully designed Zwinger Park beforehand. In this park conifers and yew trees predominate, which have been put together in attractive groups. In between there are mighty hydrangea and rose beds that conjure up shimmering splotches of color in the dark green. Formal beds stand in magical contrast to the seemingly naturally growing evergreens.
Small highlights are the fountain at the comedy and puppet theater and the old carousel at the other end of the park.From here go home along the Fosa Miejska.
Hace un día
- Sabine 🦁
Today's tour takes me to the Nadodrze district, the former Odertor. Before 1945, Breslau was largely inhabited by Germans of various origins. The language, city and street names and of course the advertising on the house walls and in the coats of arms were German. Advertising on the house walls are the last memories of the German settlement history in Wroclaw.
The Nadodrze district is not necessarily the most posh residential area. Many of the once splendid Art Nouveau houses are extremely dilapidated and are waiting for an urgent renovation with new plaster and paint. However, the fact that nothing is done on many buildings is an advantage when looking for German settlement history. Many a lettering and many a coat of arms have survived for more than a hundred years and tell something about the history of the turn of the century. Blacksmiths, shoemakers, saddleries, rental companies, electrical equipment dealers, bicycle and motorcycle sellers, writing shops, breweries - all of these companies had a secure income in Nadodrze. Exuberant ornaments and richly decorated lintels expressed and still express the wealth of the Wroclaw bourgeoisie at the turn of the century.
There are several parks on the circular route, which are classically designed or very original with a bathing lake.
The tour in Nadodrze leads past the train station from 1868, which also wrote an inglorious chapter in the history of the city of Wroclaw. From here Jews were sent for deportation.The tour ends at the Kladka Bielarska Zabia footbridge. On the Wyspa (island) Bielarska is set up as a recreation area with many playgrounds.
A wooden bridge leads to Wyspa Slodowa, an island with a park-like facility and the Concordia design, a huge glass case that also houses a nice vinotheque (Slodowa) with a good beer menu and delicious hamburgers. If you sit on the square, you have a pleasant panorama of Breslau.
I reach the cathedral island via a small stone bridge and the mainland via the sand bridge.Conclusion: a tour steeped in history on bumpy cobblestones that calls for good footwear. Some of the streets are not everyone's taste and in some corners you can get a bit queasy. Definitely interesting.
The islands are nice and amusement!This tour is based on inspiration from wroclawguide.com.
You can find the freewalking tour here: wroclawguide.com/de/auf-den-spuren-deutscher-geschichte-in-wroclaw-ein-spaziergang-durch-nadodrze
Hace 2 días
- Sabine 🦁
Today I'm moving in the Krzyki district, which is south of the Oder.
In 1945, Breslau was stormed from the south and west by the Red Army and the inner-city districts of this former Wilhelm district were almost completely destroyed. For this reason there are many prefabricated buildings and very modern bungalow residential areas.The Poludniowki Park and the Old Jewish Cemetery have been restored and are definitely worth a visit.On the way to the Poludniowki Park, I pass the Wilhelmine Water Tower, a very interesting, atypical structure with a Wilhelmine cap and the Sky Tower - a state-of-the-art glass skyscraper. Times meet ...Poludniowki Park is located very south in the Borek district and was created at the beginning of the 19th century. It is laid out in the style of an English country park. The center is a large lake with an artificial river arm. Smaller vantage points on the lake and bridges over the arm of the river create a wide variety of axes of view of the park and smaller archipelagos that offer ducks and aquatic animals to retreat to. In the outskirts of the park, formal beds, which are mainly decorated with roses, create a pleasant park character. Of course, the park has since been expanded to include family attractions. Playground, ice cream truck, sausage stands and a stage with a live show give the spacious park a certain amount of unrest.Roses seem to play a special role in Wroclaw. Every front garden, even on the paths, in the parks, in smaller squares, is full of roses in an intoxicating abundance and variety. That is why photos of roses appear again and again in my photo series in Wroclaw.Another point on today's city hike is the Old Jewish Cemetery, which does not at all fit into the image of most Jewish cemeteries. Not only do Mazewen stand close together here, there are also pompous tombs here. Hereditary graves, temples, crypts, canopies, everything that imagination and money made possible. It was mainly the wealthy and educated Jews who were buried in more pompous graves - an indication of an assimilation of the Wroclaw Jews in the urban Christian population.
The grounds of the cemetery are very well maintained. Paved paths lead like avenues through the cemetery area.
This quiet place is maintained by the city, but the focus is clearly on the large pompous grounds. Some of the smaller graves sink into wild meadows, ivy and conifers. But it is precisely this appearance that gives the cemetery a certain homely morbidity.
Since the cemetery is designed as a museum, it costs 15 zloty. Only then do you enter the cemetery through the Jewish cemetery gate. In front of this entrance is an old grave slab of Rabbi Simon from 1345. It was "saved" from the first Jewish cemetery that existed in front of the Oława Gate (today's Podwale Street).At the end of today's hike, I walk directly to the north of the city. The Ban Thai restaurant is located across from the Botanical Garden. Homemade pasta specialties with fresh ingredients, fantastic starters and classic desserts newly created, are also worth a little further approach.
Hace 3 días
- Sabine 🦁
With my tour today I would like to visit the monastery gardens advertised by the city of Wroclaw. And also the medical campus.The monastery gardens are located near the old town and it is really not easy to note them all on the map. The descriptions are sometimes very imprecise. But with Google and Co. it finally works.
The medical campus is housed in mostly beautiful historic brick buildings across from the zoo.My first destination is the medical campus. I walk past the old brick buildings with their very ornate and overly ornamented house facades. With the trees that are just as old, they really look venerable. I only photograph the tips of the house facades. Each one is different, and yet when I look I can see a taste of the times - ornaments that are often repeated on all buildings.From here I head for the cathedral island. My goal is actually the episcopal monastery garden, which is said to be many times more beautiful than the botanical garden.
But first I pass the botanical garden and -schwupps! I'm back inside This time I turn to the bed formations. Iris and peonies are now in high season. And the botanical garden is really well stocked! I indulge and take pictures and so on and so forth ....It's not far to the episcopal monastery garden - and I am amazed there. The much-acclaimed one was once more beautiful and great than everyone else. When he was still being cared for. Now it is closed and I can see strawberries and potatoes in the formal beds! Aha ... the bishop as self-sufficient!
Well there are still some to come ...But here, too, it looks rather uncomfortable. The garden of the university has to make room for construction vehicles at the moment, because the old building is being renovated.
The nearby Ossolineum has a beautiful formal garden of box and yew trees, but where the colorful flowers once stood is red sand, gray gravel, or grass. But well-groomed! My claims are spiraling down ...
The last monastery garden in today's Archaeological Institute (a former Bernardine monastery) is covered by barren meadow. Oh well! There was once...All in all, my idea of hiking has not come true. The medical campus is great! And the botanical garden topped it all!
8 de junio de 2021
- Sabine 🦁
My lap today is steeped in history.First I walk past the city moat, the Fosa Miejska, which only exists in parts. Two pieces delimit the old town and a relic is in the botanical garden. Most of the former moat that surrounded Wroclaw was destroyed around 1800 after the city was conquered by the Rhine Federal Army.Passing the trenches, I reach the Rynek and walk around the Gothic town hall in the direction of the old university.Before that, I make a short detour to the historic Schlachtergasse, which is not far from the Rynek. The street, which is still very gloomy, has now dedicated itself to handicrafts. Only the group of bronze animals for slaughter is reminiscent of the bloody craft of earlier times.From here it is not far to the university, which is housed in the former city palace that rests on the foundations of a castle. The palace was handed over in 1705 by Emperor Leopold I to the Breslau Jesuit Community, who were finally able to expand their Jesuit college into a university business.
On the way to the cathedral island there is still the city prison, also rather gloomy and daunting ....I find it very pleasant that a relic of the city moat is located on the cathedral island in the botanical garden.
On the one hand it is very beautiful on the cathedral island with its magnificent and huge sacred buildings and enchanted alleys and on the other hand the botanical garden is worth a visit or two or three. Today my second visit this year ....I walk around the moat relic in the garden. It is wonderfully staged and wherever I look from - the lines of sight are perfectly harmonious. The lines of sight are also particularly emphasized by the blooming rhododendrons and irises. Just great!Then it goes back to the Rynek and for today I finish my lap right here.
8 de junio de 2021
- Sabine 🦁
It's amazing how green Wroclaw is!
Not only that the city is criss-crossed by the Oder and its numerous tributaries. In this water-rich central part of the city, wild river landscapes line up with parks, small forest areas and so on. Very impressive!
The variety of magnificent old trees in particular amazes me again and again. Whether in parks, in urban park areas or as avenue trees - they shape the cityscape and are very well maintained.
Today I am walking around detours to the Japanese Garden, first along the Ohle, a tributary of the Oder. Through a wonderful floodplain landscape. I cross the river over a swinging wooden bridge and then walk through a mosquito-protected and very wild forest to the Centennial Hall.
Behind the complex with a fountain is the Japanese garden. With 10 zl entry you get access to a milestone of Japanese garden culture! It's not big, but especially now at the beginning of June the rhododendrons, azaleas and irises are in full bloom. The park indulges in a dreamlike splendor of flowers and the bed designs are phenomenal. Just great!
For Wagner's ride on the Valkyries, I can see the last musically highlighted fountain show in front of the Jahrhunderthalle. Wow!
Then it's back home on the Oder.Conclusion: The green areas are more than fantastic, the Japanese garden is worth a visit. The many bridges offer beautiful views of the Oder and its intact floodplain landscape.
6 de junio de 2021
- 141:56552 km3,9 km/h2.580 m2.540 m
- Frank Meyer
Liebe Wanderfreunde,Nach vielen lokalen Staffelwanderungen innerhalb des letzten Jahres verteilt über ganz Deutschland geht es nun auf knapp 3500 Kilometern und 160 Etappen quer durch Deutschland.In unserem siebenköpfigen Orga-Team haben wir die Streckenabschnitte so zusammengestellt, dass ihr sie möglichst bequem auch per ÖPNV-Anbindung erreichen könnt.Dabei starten wir am nördlichsten Punkt Deutschlands auf Sylt und wandern durch die Müritz, den Spreewald, das Erzgebirge, die Rhön und durch den nördlichen Schwarzwald bis in das Allgäu nach Oberstdorf, zum südlichsten Punkt Deutschlands.Ich selbst kümmere mich dabei um die Organisation der Etappen im Nordosten zwischen Waren/Müritz und Bad Muskau.Die zentralen Informationen für die deutschlandweite Staffel findet ihr hier:
komoot.de/tour/381093527 In der Collection der Etappen findet ihr die genauen Start- und Zielpunkte sowie unsere unverbindlichen Streckenvorschläge: komoot.de/collection/1181370/-mitwandern-2021-an-3-tagen-gemeinsam-durch-deutschland -----Ihr habt dabei die freie Wahl, ob ihr am 16.7., am 17.7. oder am 18.7. eure Tour absolviert.Folgende Regeln gelten für euch als Teilnehmer:
- bitte tragt euch verbindlich ein und seid euch klar darüber, dass die gesamte Aktion nur gelingt, wenn alle Teilnehmer ihre Wanderzusage einhalten
- Start- und Endpunkt müssen zwingend der Vorgabe entsprechen, die Strecke kann nach Belieben abweichen
- in welche Richtung (A-B, B-A) ihr wandert, ist egal
- euer komoot-Profil darf nicht auf "privat" gestellt sein, da jede Tour öffentlich zu sehen sein muss
- bitte folgt dem Account "MitWandern 2021" (komoot.de/user/staffel), nach Absolvieren eurer Etappe markiert ihr einfach den Account als Teilnehmer, damit wir die Collection ergänzen können
- um uns das Sortieren in der Collection in die richtige Reihenfolge zu erleichtern, schreibt bitte die Etappen-Nummer vorne in den Titel eurer Tour (nach dem Event könnt ihr das natürlich ändern) Zur Vergabe der Etappen haben wir Doodle-Umfragen erstellt. Für die Anmeldung zu den Etappen in meinem Abschnitt in der Region Nordost benutzt bitte folgenden Link:E030 - E052:
Hier ein PDF mit weiteren Angaben zu der ÖPNV-Verbindung und Empfehlungen rund um die Etappen:
wandern-berlin-brandenburg.de/downloads/etappen_staffel_nordost.pdf Hier auch die vorgeschlagenen Streckenverläufe, die sich aus meinem Havelprojekt mit Cornell sowie meiner Wanderung auf dem E10 zusammensetzen:
E030 Waren - Kratzeburg komoot.de/tour/376711533
E031 Kratzeburg - Wesenberg komoot.de/tour/376715018
E032 Wesenberg - Fürstenberg komoot.de/tour/376717472
E033 Fürstenberg - Dannenwalde komoot.de/tour/376719369
E034 Dannenwalde - Zehdenick komoot.de/tour/376721543
E035 Zehdenick - Nassenheide komoot.de/tour/376723688
E036 Nassenheide - Borgsdorf komoot.de/tour/376726067
E037 Borgsdorf - Hennigsdorf komoot.de/tour/376727698
E038 Hennigsdorf - Wustermark komoot.de/tour/376729191
E039 Wustermark - Werder komoot.de/tour/376730786
E040 Werder - Potsdam komoot.de/tour/376732272
E041 Potsdam - Saarmund komoot.de/tour/376735506
E042 Saarmund - Trebbin komoot.de/tour/376737317
E043 Trebbin - Zossen komoot.de/tour/376739041
E044 Zossen - Groß Köris komoot.de/tour/376740567
E045 Groß Wasserburg - Groß Köris komoot.de/tour/376742808
E046 Groß Wasserburg - Lübben komoot.de/tour/376744098
E047 Lübben - Lübbenau komoot.de/tour/376746232
E048 Lübbenau - Burg komoot.de/tour/376747169
E049 Burg - Cottbus komoot.de/tour/376749259
E050 Cottbus - Spremberg komoot.de/tour/376754946
E051 Spremberg - Schleife komoot.de/tour/376756391
E052 Schleife - Bad Muskau komoot.de/tour/376760412Für die übrigen Etappen benutzt diese Links zur Anmeldung:E001 - E029:
E053 - E067:
E068 - E083:
E084 - E106:
E107 - E115:
E116 - E137:
E138 - E159 :
doodle.com/poll/tebpwvefez3ye45dTragt dort einfach euren Namen ein, unter dem ihr bei komoot aktiv seid und den Link zu eurem komoot-Profil. Sucht euch einfach eure Wunsch-Etappe aus, sofern sie noch frei ist. Solltet ihr eure festgelegte Strecke doch nicht gehen können, gebt uns bitte Bescheid, damit wir die Tour wieder für andere Interessenten freigeben können.Wir freuen uns auf eure Teilnahme und wünschen allen, die dabei sein werden, ein wunderbares individuelles Erlebnis innerhalb der 'virtuellen Wandergruppe'!Für Rückfragen und Bemerkungen nutzt bitte hier die Kommentarfunktion oder kontaktiert mich unter firstname.lastname@example.org
8 de junio de 2021
- Sabine 🦁
Today's hike is a tip from the magazine of the Eifelverein. (The Eifel. Magazine of the Eifelverein, issue 1, 01-03 / 2021, volume 116)
Today, after a few weeks of intensive gardening, I finally hike the Dreiser Kreuzweg.The small Eifel village of Dreis is located in the Bernkastel-Wittlicher district and looks back on a long history. Founded in 779, it developed into an important junction of the Eifel pilgrimage routes that converged in Dreis.
The believers erected a large number of crosses on the pilgrimage routes for a wide variety of occasions: pilgrim crosses, supplication crosses, thanksgiving crosses, devotion crosses, weather crosses and sorrow / accident crosses were often not only found within a village, but also outside of the pilgrimage routes.
Sovereign crosses, border crosses, market crosses or court crosses in the place or at its local borders.
These crosses were "information boards" and reminders of faith in one.
And even today they tell us a lot about popular piety, living conditions and even political influence of past centuries.
A cultural-historical hike with the field chapel at its apex, which - resting on older foundations - has seen a lot of pilgrims passing by.At the same time, the hiking trail leads through a botanically rich landscape that makes every plant and nature lover's heart beat faster. Incidentally, our hiking trail crosses the Dreiser Orchideenweg. There are more than six different native orchid species in the Dreiser district (komoot.de/tour/375350004).The route itself is not necessarily to be described as exciting. The Dreiser Kreuzweg is based on the individual crosses. So we first walk through the village and along the Salm (although this short passage is currently closed), before we walk over the fields with beautiful views to the apex of the hiking trail, the field chapel. From here it goes back to the village, first parallel to the country road, later through the really beautiful Salmaue.
It's a shame that the paths are almost completely paved. Only the meadow path through the Salmaue and the path to the cross group "am Blenter", which runs a bit together with the Orchideenweg, are paths and winding. On this section there are numerous specimens of the orchid, a delicate purple-flowered orchid, in the meadow and in the hawthorn grove behind the group of crosses.Conclusion: This hiking trail is a tour for hikers who want to deal with the rich cultural history of the Dreiser district. I am glad that I did this tour, which has been slumbering in my planning folder for a few months, only now in May. The rich and remarkable meadow landscape and the excessive abundance of tree species are additional plus points, so that hikers interested in botanicals will also find plenty of objects to see and photograph.
Path and altitude hunters are talking about this tour
Parking spaces are available on site.If you are interested in the history of the way crosses, and in particular the way crosses in Dreis, to whom you recommended the booklet STEINERNE ZEITZEUGEN by Alfred Herges, edited by the working group way crosses, Dreis. The book can be obtained from the village community.
23 de mayo de 2021
- Sabine 🦁
Today it rained all day. No outdoor gardening, just indoor online training.
The rain-free evening with the occasional outbreak of the sun seems very tempting!
So for a short time with the three of them to the Conder Höhe to take a relaxing lap.
Spring is very snail-friendly this year with moderate temperatures and a lot of rain.
We walk into the twilight, but the snails are all already on their way. The first 300 meters are covered with snails. Roman snails, red and brown slugs and black snails crawl out of the meadows and across our path. Interestingly, only where the roadsides consist of meadows. The middle part of our evening hike is snail-free.
As always, the path leads us to the Wetterfahne vantage point with a view of the Reichsburg Cochem. And a little further - just behind the forest hut - a lane of trees opens up a wonderful view of the turreted castle.
The way back leads us through the snail colony again. And then to the car.
11 de mayo de 2021