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Königshütte (Harz) Overview

Königshütte lies on the B 27 federal road in the Harz mountains; a state road branching off to Tanne (Harz) in the centre of the village. Immediately below the settlement under the ruins of Königsburg castle is the confluence of the Kalte Bode and Warme Bode, which unite here to form the River Bode, which initially flows into the Königshütte Reservoir and then on towards Rübeland.

Things to See in Königshütte (Harz)

Heimatstube

Königshütte Waterfall

Bockberg nature reserve

Königshütte Reservoir

Mandelholz Reservoir

Königsburg ruins

Ruins of St Andrew's Church on a footpath towards Elbingerode

The Ackertklippe crag with views to the Brocken

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More about the History of Koenigshuette (Harz)

The once independent village emerged from the merger of Königshof and Rothehütte on 1 April 1936. Rothehütte was particularly known for being the home of several iron works such as the Neue Hütte and the Lüdershof. Königshütte used to have a railway connexion to Blankenburg (Harz), but passenger services were withdrawn on the electrified section from Elbingerode–Königshütte on 30 May 1999 and the line was closed completely on 31 August 2000.

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Königshütte is a German village in the district of Harz, in the state of Saxony-Anhalt. Since 1 January 2004 is a part of the municipality of Oberharz am Brocken.

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