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Hexentanzplatz Thale, Thale

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
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1.6/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web
Get into nature and history at Hexentanzplatz Thale, a plateau in the Harz mountains that is said to be an Old Saxon cult site. You can learn about the celebrations and rituals once performed here to honor Hagedisen (forest and mountain goddesses). You'll see ancient remains, including part of a granite rock wall. Today, the site is presented as a small theme park with amusing statues and plenty of hiking trails. Our Thale holiday planner makes visiting Hexentanzplatz Thale and other Thale attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • We looked at "Black Forest girl". Very good cast a few exception. Unfortunately, the speaker on the left side is rather disturbing. The young conductor was a masterpiece. Generally I must make it clear, I am not convinced the game plan. Drama such as "Wilhelm Tell" or even "what you want" good advertising would certainly more interested parties to a visit of the Harz mountain Theatre Anni Mize. The game plan may be quietly sophisticated. The natural theatre with the great look is absolutely suitable for more demanding.
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  • The Hexentanzplatz is worth even on days on which no event takes place, a Baker. On the way there, most wander and enjoy the view of the bode Gorge as Thale. The large parking lot with the local small booths is what probably demands of tourism. With the ability to purchase souvenirs etc., it is an excerpt of a market more or less. The visit of the adjoining Park is recommended for families with children. There are there almost ausschließlcih native animals in a clean, spacious facility. The newly created area of the kiosk is TOP, where also for free mini golf is offered. If you must visit even the toboggan run, is. Is here but surely the question of age.
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  • We were recently as a family of 4 here in Thale to visit the Hexentanzplatz. MOM and dad were here the last time 30 years ago and were looking forward to what has happened. The Hexentanzplatz is fully paved with stalls of all kinds. Much souvenir stuff, food and beverages, etc. You have to go behind the stalls along to enjoy the actual look of the rosstrappe. Everything installed. Too bad really because the visit was still nice and remains of course recommended.
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