Monday, May 13, 2013

Partschinser Waalweg












The Partschinser Waalweg (The Parcines Waalweg path) is one of the oldest Waalweg in the Burggraf area. It was built in the XV century by the Counts of Stachelburg and is, therefore, more than five hundred years old.


The channel is still used to irrigate the orchards, meadows and fields.



5 comments:

  1. many, many people have followed that path.

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  2. Such beautiful place, I wish I can walk that path one day.

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  3. Really wonderful path to walk. I would love do it.
    Amazing landsczpe !!

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  4. I would love to join the many who have enjoyed this Waalweg.

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  5. This is spectacular. I have walked some trails in Italy . . . I need to put this on the list for future travels.

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