Mountain region in the north of Germany legends and myths of the Middle Ages.
Pension in a valley Bode made in a playful style, like many other old buildings in the region with shingles, bay windows and small turrets.
The old narrow gauge railway runs through the dull winter forest to the top. Nearly 20 kilometers of track length on which Brocken train overcomes a difference of almost 700 meters.
Falkenstayn fortress perched on a hill overlooking the river valley Zeljko almost 700 years. Inside – a museum dedicated to the life of the nobility of the Middle Ages.
In the autumn of life slows down in the Harz. The main activity in the region in the winter when work and racing toboggan runs.
Lane with half-timbered houses, built in the Middle Ages, the town of Goslar in northwestern Harz.
Broken considered the highest mountain in the Harz, although his height is only 1141 meters.According to legend, in a valley inhabited by witches Bode.
Neo-Gothic castle in Wernigerode. The building was laid in the XII century, but was rebuilt many times.
The lake resort park in Braunlage reflected brightly colored autumn foliage.
Broken locals also called “boulder mountain.” Since the XVI century the flat side of the mountain is a place of dancing witches. This mythical place is mentioned in the literature – in the work of Goethe’s “Faust.” Now there is a meteorological station.
Peculiar rocks not far from Thale has long bear the name “Devil’s Wall.” From a distance they look like the devil figure climbing the hill.