German-Luxembourg Nature Park

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German-Luxembourg Nature Park
In der Teufelsschlucht 1.jpg
Eroded sandstone outcroppings. At Teufelsschlucht.
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LocationGermany and Luxembourg
Area789 km2 (305 sq mi)
Established1964
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The German-Luxembourg Nature Park (German: Deutsch-Luxemburgische Naturpark) is a cross-border nature park, which was established on 17 April 1964 by state treaty between the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. It thus became the first cross-border nature park in Western Europe.

Literature[edit]

  • Christian Humberg: Ein Riese namens Heimat – Streifzüge durch den Deutsch-Luxemburgischen Naturpark Eifelbildverlag, Daun, 2013, ISBN 978-3-9814113-2-4

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