alugha Points | Mehlinger Heide - Shelter

The Mehlinger Heide was originally a beautiful large forest, which was deforested by the end of the 1930s. Later the French used the area as a military training area and even today explosives can be found there. This video is about an interesting point within the Mehlinger Heide: a shelter with information boards. It can be accessed via the owl route and the fastest way to find it is to start from the car park opposite the Penny Markt. From there it is an approximately 10 minute walk. A good page about the Mehlinger Heide can be found here: http://mehlinger-heide.de/ With alugha Points you can watch exciting videos about interesting places in your surroundings. These places are historically, politically or socially significant and may not be obvious anymore. Whether architecture, the scene of historical events or current hotspots - with alugha Points you will always find a video in your language with all important information about the topic.

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