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East of Bitburg, about 3 km away, lies the Albachtal in an idyllic limestone gorge. Stairs of natural stone (caution: danger of slipping) lead to the enchanted place of the Mariengrotte. Moss, ferns and clover line the path to the left and right. After a short time, the view of a waterfall and the Mariengrotte opens up.
Ancient walls and a virtual Roman world: Using augmented reality and the latest technology, a stroll around the Eifel beer metropolis becomes a journey through time.
The Eifel artist Roland Michel from Auw an der Kyll has created a small sculpture garden near his studio.
Lime was already burnt by the Romans 2000 years ago. For the Eifel farmers, lime burning was an important and necessary secondary income in the 19th and beginning of the 20th century.
The nearly 700 year-old water castle is located three kilometers north of Bitburg in Rittersdorf. It houses in the Gothic Knights' Hall, the registrar's office (branch) of the District Administration of the Bitburg region.
Only the five-storey donjon of Kyllburg Castle, which was built in 1239, remains today.