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The Palatinate Forest is drained by four great catchment systems and also by smaller catchments or individual streams.
The four large systems are the Speyerbach , the Queich , the Lauter or Wieslauter in its upper reaches and the Schwarzbach.
Whilst the first three flow directly into the Rhine, the waters of the Schwarzbach make their way indirectly via the Blies , Saar and Moselle rivers.
Smaller drainage systems are e. The majority of small streams that drain the Forest directly into the Rhine Plain flow over extensive ditch systems to the nearest river to the north.
For example, the Speyerbach picks up the waters of the Hainbach , the Modenbach and the Krebsbach. The following river systems drain the Palatine Forest.
They are listed in clockwise direction, beginning in the west in brackets the overall catchment area :. The river system of the Schwarzbach is the only one in the forest that drains into the River Moselle.
The Waldlauter and Alsenz drain into the Nahe the Lauter via the Glan , all the other systems, arranged from north to south, drain directly into the Rhine.
The Palatine Watershed , the drainage divide between the Rhine Upper Rhine and Moselle Middle Rhine comes from the Sickingen Heights in the west and reaches the northern Palatine Forest immediately west and south of the city of Kaiserslautern where it turns southeast.
It follows various ridges that are interconnected and separate the river system of the Schwarzbach from all the other drainage systems mentioned here.
On the eastern edge of the mountains, a light yellow, bleached sandstone may be found in several places. This used to be quarried near Bad Bergzabern , Frankweiler and Hambach in large quarries and is still being quarried today near Leistadt and Haardt.
The reddish iron oxide was released by hot fluids that rose up through the fault zone between the Palatine Forest and the Rhine Graben, and so bleached the sandstone.
During an initial explosive phase an explosive funnel Sprengtrichter formed which filled with loose volcanic material. This was followed, during a second phase, by more magma rising to the surface in a less active and effusive non-explosive form, so that, in the pipe of the volcano , dark, vertical or inclined basalt columns were formed.
These rock deposits may be clearly seen today on the site of an old Hartstein quarry. At the end of the last ice age , about 10, years ago, the region of the Palatine Forest was covered with tundra-like vegetation , amongst which, initially, undemanding tree species such as pine and birch were able to spread as the climate gradually warmed up the "pine-birch" period.
As climatic conditions improved these species were followed by hazel , oak and lime the "hazel and oak period". From the 3rd millennium a more Atlantic-influenced climate evolved, which was cooler and wetter, so that now beech characterised the forest scenery.
The oak and beech mixed woods, typical of the current period, emerged, the pines being forced back into those areas that were either less favourable, very wet or very dry places, but remained part of the natural woodland.
This ecological balance was permanently destroyed, however, by the colonization and clearing of woodland that took place during the Middle Ages.
Clearance by burning, the use of land for the production of straw and the unrestricted exploitation of the forest for raw materials and fuel led, little by little, to the devastation of wide areas of woodland, something that reached its peak in the 17th and 18th centuries see Settlement history.
This situation made the introduction of properly regulated forest management pressingly urgent - management that not only put a priority on controlled exploitation, but above all on care and sustainability.
So in the 18th and 19th centuries, cleared land was reforested, mainly with undemanding, rapid-growing pines, which were followed in the 19th century by other non-native coniferous species such as spruce , larch , Weymouth pine and Douglas fir.
In the Palatine Forest, this regulated management produced mixed woodland , in which coniferous trees formed around two-thirds of the total stock in areas that had historically comprised mainly oak and beech.
The beech is not only the most abundant tree species in the Palatinate Forest historically, but also today, with a current share of 35 percent. With the exception of the eastern mountain edge the Haardt range , it is widely distributed on the acidic environment of the bunter sandstone soils and prefers shady slopes, high elevations and hollows.
Often it forms varied mixed stands of trees together with softwoods, especially pine, but it is also found as stands in its own right in so-called woodrush -beech woods , particularly in the central Palatinate Forest.
Here it grows in large "beech cathedrals", which are seen by many visitors as an impressive feature of the Palatinate Forest. In addition to beech, the oak is another characteristic tree of the Palatinate Forest, albeit botanically speaking they are mainly sessile oak rather than English oak.
But in the rest of Palatinate Forest, it is on the increase and usually forms, together with beech, often very natural, primeval, mixed forest natural forest , which enjoys special protection as a core zone of the Palatine Forest-North Vosges Biosphere Reserve see biosphere reserve.
Despite the decline in its share of the total tree population from 44 to 34 percent in , the pine continues to be a dominant species of the low mountain range.
This is due to the historical background, especially in the Haardt area, where they once heavily dominated the scene with 60 to 70 percent share of the forest.
It is traditionally planted on dry, sunny, south-facing slopes. Like oak and beech it is an autochthonous member of the forest community, although for the purposes of reforesting devastated areas see forest history pine species from other regions have been introduced and mixed with indigenous species.
In Waldleiningen in the mid-Palatinate Forest and on the peaty soils at Bitche in the French part of the biosphere reserve "relict" pine forests have survived, in which the character of the original pine forest can be vividly seen.
The silver fir also plays a special role in this context. Although, it only covers about 1 percent in the Palatinate Forest as a whole, it is much more common in the south where it comprises some 7 percent of the woodland.
It occurs in many stands alongside beech, pine and other species in mixed woodland and often dominates the appearance of the forest.
Because it forms the northernmost element of the great beech-fir forests typical of the Vosges Mountains , the moisture-loving silver fir is counted as one of the indigenous tree species of the Palatinate Forest.
Waterside ash woodland and the rarer alder woodland , which are found mainly in valleys and wetlands, are also typical vegetation for the Atlantic-influenced climate of the Palatinate Forest see Climate as well as being representative of the original forest.
By contrast, spruce, Douglas fir, larch, and Weymouth pine are not native to the forested mountain range. Spruce prefer cool, shady locations and are therefore often found in valleys, hollows and on the lower slopes of hills, while the Douglas fir is found in widely differing locations due to its high adaptability.
The sweet chestnut was not originally an indigenous tree species, but was naturalized by the Romans in the area of the present-day Palatinate.
Since it prefers a mild climate see temperature like the grape vine it is found on the eastern edge of the Palatinate Forest, the Haardt , in pure or nearly monocultures and represents about 4 percent of the forest area there.
In the species-poor oak, beech and pine woods the ground flora mainly consists of acid-soil loving acidophilic species. Examples are great wood-rush , white wood-rush , pill sedge and wavy hair-grass.
Also characteristic are various species of fern such as deer fern , lemon-scented fern and royal fern , which prefer shady, temperate, wet locations.
Another feature of the bunter sandstone mountains are its rich mushroom and berry communities. Blueberries cover large areas and, in suitable places, cowberries.
Heather grows on dry, sandy soils alongside paths and in clearings as do plants such as German greenweed and broom , and the rare lance-shaped bellflower , whilst by the many brooks and wet meadows acid-loving marsh plants such as bog arum , marsh cinquefoil , bog bean and bog pondweed may be seen, all of which are rare in other regions of Germany.
In addition reeds , marsh willowherb , marsh marigold and meadowsweet and, in dryer places also grey willow , eared willow and alder buckthorn , illustrate the variety that may be found in the marsh meadows alongside streams and brooks.
The large mixed forests of the mountain range with their various plant communities form an ecological framework in which a large and varied range of animals was able to develop.
Fox , badger , polecat , weasel and threatened mammal species such as bats , pine marten , wildcat and lynx are also found in the Palatinate Forest.
This is also true for a number of rare birds , including the hoopoe , kingfisher , wheatear , black woodpecker , whinchat and stonechat. Whilst the strictly protected peregrine falcon has been resident in the rock country of the Wasgau for several decades, hazel grouse and capercaillie appear to have died out in the Palatine Forest region.
Typical autumn and winter species include the brambling and chaffinch , which overwinter here and occupy the woods in large flocks. The forest is home to a sizeable population of amphibians and reptiles , as well as a host of beetles , butterflies and other insects.
A common sight are great anthills, the nests of wood ants , of which there are several species in the region. The Wasgau and the area of the Hermersberger Hof are two of the few places in Germany where colonies of narrow-headed ant have survived.
And the highly endangered great and spotted antlions may often be seen in the sands of the bunter sandstone Rehberg beds.
Their larvae build funnel traps in the sand and feed on ants and other animals that fall into it using their pincer-like mandibles.
Thanks to the sparse population of the forest and the filter action of bunter sandstone, many springs and streams in the hills have retained their natural water quality, so that they remain healthy habitats for many species of fish.
These include brown trout and brook lamprey and, in calmer waters, minnow , spined loach and stone loach. In larger meadow streams grayling , perch , pike , burbot und various other minnow-like species may be found.
Dragonflies , such as the golden-ringed dragonfly and the otherwise rare northern damselfly , may often be seen by streams and ponds.
Although the Palatinate Forest is still sparsely populated and has many unspoilt regions, it still has a rich, regional, historical and cultural heritage, that is reflected in a great number of sights of which only a small selection can be covered here.
The Palatinate Forest has a large number of castles and stately houses. Today it is where replicas of the Imperial Regalia Reichskleinodien of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation can be viewed, and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Palatinate.
Berwartstein Castle , near Erlenbach in the southern part of the Palatinate Forest, once belonged to the knight, Hans von Trotha , known in local legends as Hans Trapp , and is the only castle in the Palatinate that is still occupied.
The castle has been rebuilt and is open to visitors. Of many other castles, like Wegelnburg , only ruins are left. Other rock castles include Drachenfels near Busenberg , which partly belonged to rebel knight, Francis of Sickingen , Falkenburg and the Wilgartaburg near Wilgartswiesen.
One unusual group of castles are the castles of Dahn near the eponymous town. This group comprises the castles of Altdahn , Grafendahn and Tanstein , which were built at different times, but erected immediately one after another on a rocky ridge.
The castle information centre at Lemberg Castle not only informs visitors about the multi-faceted, detail of the history, architecture and life in a medieval castle, but also gives a comprehensive overview of the other rock castles in the present-day border region with France.
The Karlstal valley, through which run the upper reaches of the Moosalb river near the town of Trippstadt , stands out as a result of its natural, virgin scenery.
The Trippstadt village of Johanniskreuz is the centre point of the Palatine Forest and used to be a spa. They have long been managed sustainably, following sustainability principles and are especially well known for their valuable stands of furniture-quality oak.
It is therefore not surprising that the House of Sustainability was established in Johanniskreuz in viz. Characteristic of the highly diverse landscape of the southern Palatinate Forest are over rock formations of all shapes and sizes  see also Geology and Geomorphology , which not only give visitors a good insight into the geology of the region, but also the surprising adaptability of sandstone rock vegetation, especially the heathers , the undemanding grasses and the deformed Scots pine trees.
Another feature of this biotope are peregrine falcons , which nest in the rocks and are under strict conservation measures including access restrictions for climbers and walkers.
Another important natural monument is the Altschlossfelsen on the Brechenberg near Eppenbrunn in the southwestern corner of the Palatine Forest near the Franco-German border.
This is a roughly two kilometre long rock terrace, the largest of its kind in the forest and on which there is clear evidence of the erosion and weathering processes typical of bunter sandstone e.
Whilst most rocks are only really accessible to climbers , certain rock terraces may also be reached on foot e. The biosphere reserve has three information centres with different emphases, in which the visitor can learn about the geology, climate, fauna and flora, history and culture of the bunter sandstone mountains with the aid of exhibitions as well as events of all kinds.
Ecological considerations are given primacy. The latter, in addition to a multimedia exhibition, also has a treetop trail , and water and biosphere experience walks.
In La Petite-Pierre German: Only a small selection can be mentioned here of the many museums with a direct link to the Palatine Forest that may be found in the Palatinate alone see detailed coverage by the Rhineland-Palatinate Museum Association, Museumsverband Rheinland-Pfalz.
In this connexion the visitor is also introduced to the Palatinate Forest-North Vosges Biosphere Reserve in a comprehensive permanent exhibition with vivid displays of the particular features of these bunter sandstone mountains.
Examples are the Salian exhibition of Trifels was the centre of the Salian Empire , the wine museum with its cultural history of wine and the family-friendly, hands-on exhibition of Drachenfels Castle, in which life on a medieval rock fortress in Wasgau can be relived.
The Dynamikum in Pirmasens is the first science museum or science centre in Rhineland-Palatinate. In April , an interactive museum was founded in the building of the old Rheinberger shoe factory.
Under the theme of "movement", interactive experimental stations demonstrate fundamental physical, mathematical and biological laws.
The museum is particularly aimed at younger visitors to help make them aware of scientific principles. Examples of industrial heritage include the Stumpfwald Railway at Ramsen , a heritage Feldbahn since , as well as the Little Cuckoo Railway see Transport , which has been worked by historic steam trains since and operates services from March to October at weekends between Neustadt and Elmstein.
In addition, there is a good overview of nearly years of Palatine railway history at the German Railway Museum in Neustadt which has numerous exhibits.
The German Shoe Museum in Hauenstein documents the manufacture of shoes, in earlier times a very common activity in the Pirmasens area, and set it within the larger industrial and socio-historical context.
In the building of a former shoe factory, old shoe-making machinery and other manufacturing technology may be viewed and the changes in shoe production experienced vividly see the history of settlement.
In the ore mine of St. This insight may then be enhanced in the Information Centre of the visitor mine. The Rietburgbahn , a chairlift up the Rietburg hill near Edenkoben , from where there is a good view of the Rhine Plain, and the Bad Durkheim Gondola Lift , which from to went up the Teufelsstein and which is planned to re-open are two aerial cableways on the eastern edge of the Palatinate Forest.
The Palatinate Forest is an attractive region for hiking , offering an extensive network of trails. In , the Palatine Forest Mountain Bike Park , a route network for mountainbiking , was developed in the centre of the region.
Climbers appreciate the red sandstone rocks in the Dahner Felsenland. Since the beginning of the last century, the Palatine Forest has developed into a very popular walking region, thanks to its natural landscape attractions, its cultural heritage and good infrastructure, primarily created by the Palatine Forest Club.
It offers over managed walking huts and similar facilities   run by volunteers of the Palatine Forest Club  and the Friends of Nature.
The walking support centres are often only accessible on foot and mainly open at weekends. These include several important international and national long distance paths that link the forest to the European and national networks of long distance trails.
Well known examples include the Palatine St. These main walking routes are complemented by a multitude of regional footpaths of varying length both linear and circular trails , which include themed walks e.
Cross-border hikes are also easily possible in the bunter sandstone hills, because the Palatine Forest Club and its French counterpart the Vosges Club French: Club Vosgien have developed almost identical waymarking systems since their foundation over years e.
In doing so, both clubs have been careful to ensure that, where possible, the routes do not follow "forest motorways" but use narrow footpaths and mountain paths.
Thanks to its rich tapestry of countryside the Palatine Forest has a large number of very varied viewing points:.
In the northeastern part of the range the following destinations are worth mentioning: The visitor has a good all-round view, especially to the north and east that reaches as far as the Odenwald.
The summit pyramid of the Rehberg is especially well known for its panoramic views see the image in the section above. According to precise geometric research by Lang  over hill and mountain tops may be seen from this point.
On the Kirschfelsen "Cherry Rock", near Annweiler Forsthaus seating has been installed from which the visitor can enjoy a "natural opera" as if in an open-air theatre.
Whilst the Rietburg above Rhodt offers an "observation platform" over the Rhine plain, the rock castles of the Wasgau, e.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Subdivisions of the Palatinate Forest. Palatinate Forest Nature Park. List of mountains and hills of the Palatine Forest.
Walking routes in the Palatine Forest. The Company went to war a group made up of Hollywood camera men. Much of WWII film was from this company in its origin.
Work in building while we were replacing an ancient smoke signal type facility with at real communications site.
Many, many good times including the infamous Scooter Pie bust on the football field. Some not so good times too but they all seem good to me now.
Anyone there at the same time, please respond. My dad, Bob Bearden was stationed at Husterhoeh from …I attended High School in K-town…it was a 4 hour round trip every day…loved it……..
I currently live near Ramstein so I need to go check out the Husterhoeh Kaserne area. My father is Joe McPeak and we lived there I went to 4th and 5th grade there, such good memories I have of living in Germany.
I was with the th Signal Battalion from September, thru October, , finance clerk, in Battalion personnel Hq Detachment Would like to hear from anyone from the th, during that time.
My name is Herbert Baker. I was there the same time as you, in Hqrs Det. I was the Cols driver. Your boss was Marion Voss if I remember right.
Would like to hear from you!! I also played and coach basketball while I was there. Walsh Gray Ghost was what he liked to be called was a total ass.
Al was a Race Relations instructor. I worked at the Officers Club. Looking for anyone who might have lived in Building Also, does anyone remember Sgt Dave Cherry and Dana.
We lost Dana this year and Dave is very sick. Thanks so much for posting this. So many great memories of that place.
Just want to walk around and remember. I have been looking for a friend who was there when i was, her name was Donna Ross.
I think i remember that she was with the MI branch. Technology is a wonderful thing. I was in Pirm from and I remember you. I just heard from Moe Bonin.
My email is ross. Did you know Jerry Davis Chaplin Assistant. I left in 76 and he may have still been there. I was with the th Signal Company. I was there from 74 — We were in Muenchweiller for a time, then Bunker Hill, just down from the commissary.
Miss our Pirmasens days. Not much has survived the intervening years, in terms of our photos and mementos from Pirm… Sad to see the conditions of some of the buildings, now but glad to see some of the repurposing that has been done, as well!
I was the club officer in Pirmasens from I vacationed in Pirmasens in and found the officers club abandoned and boarded up. The Frontier Club was a motorcycle repair shop and the chapel was a disco.
My trip brought back many fond memories. I returned for a visit in , and all of the sites, as well as most of the kaserne, was closed.
It is great fun and the visitors are amazed. Thanks for the memories. Rod, if I remember correctly, you were a 23N40, the best job of our group — actually working onsite and fixing the radars and the other electronic equipment.
I have read of the restored site at the North end of the Golden Gate bridge. I live in SoCal, and occasionally find my way to the Bay Area.
Next time I am up, I will make an effort to get over there and see it. Tom, you are correct. I enjoyed going to the sites, although not in the middle of the night, or for days at a time.
If you come up and I hope you do , try to make it on the first Saturday of the month. One of the vets is a warhead specialist and was stationed in Fischbach during the same period that we were there.
I am usually there the 1st and 2nd Saturday of the month. I worked in the Frontier Club as a waiter during the fall of until April the next year and made some very good friends..
I was a tall blond guy known as Carlson. Barbara worked behind the bar and Franco who i later met by accident in Perth Australia was the head waiter.
Roy Prunk and sgt. John hostettler was OIC of our unit. I played lots of softball and the movies, bowling alley and the gym while there.
Also served there with good friend sp4 Raul Vasquez. Would love to here from you or any of the guys from DSP.
Loved it Married a girl from there we go back ever so often Your story is so true. Thank you so much for your thoughts and putting them in words.
Our barracks were in the Banana building. Some of my fondest, youthful memories were from that place and time. I still have dreams about the place.
I am planning a pilgrimage back sometime in the near future. Anyone else serve with the th? My ex husband was attached to the th Maint.
I worked at the commisary and also at the Kathe Wolfhardt Christmas Market. I also worked in Swuibruecken not sure I spelled this right at the Christmas Market there and also the Commisary.
Our daughter was born in Landsthul. So many wonderful memories and friends came from that place! My ex-husbands name is Brian Troxell.
Hi Cynthia, I was with the th Maintenance from and remember the many hours we spent with Reforgers activities.
Lots of work but many great times too. Hello Pablo, Thanks for the response to my post. I do remember the reforgers. I remember going up to Paderborn to provide support to a German tank division if I am remembering correctly.
At any rate, I still have the beer stein from Paderborn as well as a few from the Parkbrau brewery. Truly some of the best times of my life were had in Pirmasens and in Germany as a whole.
I now live in Anchorage, Alaska. Thanks again Pablo and hope this finds you well. I was stationed there from to I was a member of the th Signal Battalion Cable Construction.
The Army disbanded the battalion during my tour there into two Signal Companies. I was assigned to the th Signal Company for the remainder of my tour.
I rotated back to the USA and finished my hitch at Ft. Riley with the First Infantry Division. I remember the Texas Bar across the street from the gate nearest our barracks as well as The Turmshank.
As an 18 year old kid away from home the first time, it was quite an adventure. Parkbrau beer was the local brew. I married a fraulein and our daughter was born at Muenchweiler Army Hospital.
Henry, I drank Parkbrau beer too! I even have a Parkbrau liter mug now. We used to go downtown and eat at the restaurant run by the brewery.
In those days, the dollar brought 4 marks 25 pfennigs. I bought a new VW for dollars! Tony Hallman and I were there at the same time. I still remember when the Engineers got their orders to go to Lebanon.
Not knowing if they would be returning, most of the soldiers were selling their personal possessions out on the company street.
It is one of the highlights of my day to find this website and to relive those days if just for a while.
In MOS testing section. In went to Northern Germany for more building jobs. In between these jobs we were active building in Massweiler, Karlsrhue and Heidleberg.
Best part of tour were trips to Barcelona, Copenhagen and Paris on leave. Again, really like your site! The Former nome was given by the French after Something happened and i wound up going to German school.
Please contact me at jsiegel gmail. Our barracks was named the banana building. In the winter, it was cold walking to the DSP in the winter.
Met a lot of good people and still keep in touch with them. Would love to locate Sgt Daniel Prohaska. I thank you now to talk with friendly greet sven writen with google: I thank you now to talk with friendly greet sven.
Those folks worked on keeping the chassis parts lubricated. I learned a lot which cam in handy later on. Then got transferred to Kaiserslautern.
I had a great time in Pirmasens, met a lot of great guys. I would like to hear from some of the DSP guys. Eddie Harmon sales ncservo. I was stationed there with the 76th Transportation Company.
I noticed that you had a shot of bldg , that was our barracks. I went out with a couple guys from 76th Trans. The second guy was named Robert Lockett, really cool, smart guy.
Such a long time ago, difficult to remember much. I remember Bob Lockett. I was the first truck in a convoy going to Berlin. I was picking up my documents from the American check point so was he.
He lived in Berlin. I was with the th Maintenance Co. We shared barracks space with the 76th Trans. I was there from 82 — My family was stationed there from early to mid My father was Master Sergeant Weber.
I have so many wonderful memories of that place. Thanks for posting this. Stewart Lotches my name. Very well done on your artical.
You know I have not received any of my Military clothes or civilan items yet? But any way good luck on your site…Peace brother…my email blazerfan yahoo.
I was stationed in Massweiler from 79 to 86 we had to ride a bus 45 minutes to Pirmasens to go to the Px and all that stuff. Massweiler is deserted also.
Had some great times over there, planning a vacation to go over to walk down memory lane. Peter — I was in Massweiler in early 62 — we shuttled troops to Pirmasens in a Deuce and a half, no buses back then.
We shared that space with the Vulcan Army team. That was in I used to have a photo of the sign, with myself and William Yates, also a civilian employee.
The sign was in front of the building. The tanks parked inside a wire fence to the rear of our building. However, my great grandfather and prior were from Pirmasens.
You gotta love google… I ran into your posting by accident, glad I did. Wow, thank you for posting this page! I lived in Husterhoeh from We lived in the apartments across from the PX.
I was already out of high school when we moved there from Key West, Florida so I got a job in Zweibrucken working at the Quartermaster Store on the Army base.
Living there was such a wonderful experience and I had the great opportunity of traveling Europe that only a resident there could afford. I found your page searching for a friend from that time, he was also a dependant and worked for the snack bar at the other end of the Kaserne by the gym.
I have such fond memories that being a dependent of the Army afforded me. Thank you again for revisiting and posting your photos. I have not made it back to Europe again.
He was the reason that I was selected and got to go to Paris as color guard for the Bicentennial Celebrations. He also got me before the E6 selection board and I made Staff Sgt.
I very much appreciated him during my time there. I was there 73 and 74, worked on the Pirmasens Courrier out of Headquarters.
I was attached to 97th Quartermaster but assigned to headquarters. I was stationed there in 67 with the 97th Eng, then we moved to Fort Riley.
Thank you for the article. I remember running through the deserted streets and past the empty buildings wondering what would happen to all of it.
Seems some of my colleagues had lived there before I arrived and had since been moved to Vogelweh, where they caught a bus or drove to Pirmasens every day.
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The museum is equipped with diagrams, with which the planning, the building, the military use and the civilian use of the "Westwall" systems are illustrate.
The tunnels lead underground, which are partially and fully equipped, extend in the rock up to meters. The backbone of this position was formed by the fortress factory with the attached shelters, the so-called b-Kleinstwerken, and B-factory Obersimten.
The train system Gerstfeldhoehe extends above the Gersbachtals between Obersimten, Trulben and Vinningen. Planned altogether over meters were tracks and a barracks system with approximately meters of tunnels on two levels.
The two levels are connected with a 68 meters high lift well. The lower level served for the bombardment-safe crew and ammunition feed for the upper level or as barracks for soldiers and the operating personnel.
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The number of maps is, however, not the only reason to visit Maphill. You can embed, print or download the map just like any other image.
Enrich your website with hiqh quality map graphics. Use the Free map button above the image. It has been said that Maphill maps are worth a thousand words.
But you can experience much more when you visit Pirmasens. Pirmasens represent just small part of Rheinhessen-Pfalz, but still it has a lot to offer and a lot to see.
It is not possible to capture all the beauty in the map. Thanks to our partnership with Booking. See the full list of destinations in Pirmasens or choose from the below listed cities.
Each map type offers different information and each map style is designed for a different purpose. Read about the styles and map projection used in the above map Physical 3D Map of Pirmasens.
Physical map illustrates the mountains, lowlands, oceans, lakes and rivers and other physical landscape features of Pirmasens. Differences in land elevations relative to the sea level are represented by color.
Green color represents lower elevations, orange or brown indicate higher elevations, shades of grey are used for the highest mountain ranges in the world.
Underwater topography is represented by blues. Darker blues are used for the deepest water, lighter shades of blue represent shallower water such as the continental shelf.
A map projection is a way how to transform points on a Earth to points on a map. This 3D map uses Plate Carree projection, a simple variant of the equidistant cylindrical projection originated in the ancient times.
The parallels and meridians are equally spaced, they together form equally sized squares over the entire world map.
Using simple grid, where each cell has the same size and shape, brings in significant benefits. For comparison, the detailed maps of Pirmasens use Mercator projection instead.
The Mercator projection preserves the shapes and angles of small areas better, but on the other hand, it significantly distorts the size of areas.
The value of a map gallery is not determined by the number of pictures, but by the possibility to see the world from many different perspectives.
We unlock the value hidden in the geographic data. Thanks to automating the complex process of turning data into map graphics, we are able to create maps in higher quality, faster and cheaper than was possible before.
We created Maphill to make the web a more beautiful place. Without you having to pay for it. Maphill maps are and will always be available for free.
Do you think the maps are too beautiful not to be painted? No, this is not art. All 3D maps of Pirmasens are created based on real Earth data.
This is how the world looks like. This map is available in a common image format. You can copy, print or embed the map very easily. Just like any other image.
The value of Maphill lies in the possibility to look at the same area from several perspectives. Maphill presents the map of Pirmasens in a wide variety of map types and styles.
We build each 3D map individually with regard to the characteristics of the map area and the chosen graphic style. Maps are assembled and kept in a high resolution vector format throughout the entire process of their creation.
Maphill maps will never be as detailed as Google maps or as precise as designed by professional cartographers. Our goal is different.
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