The Jewish cemetery on the edge of the Mehlinger Heath in Rhineland-Palatinate was built in the 18th/19th century and served as a cemetery for the surrounding Jewish communities in Ottenbach, Mehlingen, Sembach, Frankenstein and Kaiserslautern. It has been destroyed and restored several times in history.
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The Napoleon Rock is an extremely striking rock formation within the Dahner Rock Country. It has a considerable height and can be easily recognized from a distance. In the Dahner Rock Country there are many beautiful hiking trails, including the Napoleon Trail, which has its destination at the Napol
The history of Lemberg Castle dates back to 1198 and still offers an exhibition worth seeing, as well as the deepest shaft cisterns in the region.
Saturday and Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Admission is free!
The Imperial Baths are considered to be the second largest spa complex built by the Romans outside Rome. Originally planned for public use, the complex was never completed and over time it acquired a history all its own.
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