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Eichenhain Stromberg

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  • Windeck
Marvel at the mighty trunks and crowns of the oaks planted on the banks of the Sieg in Stromberg. The oak grove goes back to the efforts of the Fronhöfe of the Cassiusstift in Bonn to increase the oak population for pig fattening. An oak tree with 398 annual rings that fell in 1990 proved just how old the oak grove really is - it therefore dates back to 1592. The oak grove has been protected as a natural monument since 1935 and is now looked after by the Rhine-Sieg district and the neighbourhood of Stromberg. Located directly on the Sieg cycle path, it is a wonderful place for a rest. Here on the banks of the Sieg there is also a canoe landing stage, a small bathing bay and a children's playground.

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Eichenhain Stromberg
Zum Eichenain
51570 Windeck - Stromberg

Phone: +49 2292 / 9562023
Website: windecker-laendchen.com/erleben/sehenswuerdigkeiten/eichenhain-stromberg

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