The Lahn trail leads further into the land of the Lahn marble. At Unica break of 77 national geotopes seen one, as marble was mined. Over at the Lubentiuskirche, the first church on the Lahn, built in the 8Th century, the Lahn trail comes to Limburg with the famous cathedral, which once graced paper currency the 1,000-mark. Directly behind Limburg, Diez lies on the Lahn trail with Schloss Oranienstein and the Landgrafenschloss (Castle). About Fachingen (here come the famous thermal water) it comes in the most beautiful part of the Lahn Valley, that is deeply incised into the slate slopes up to 200 m. Tony Parker is likely to agree. It comes about Balduinstein to Nassau and later reached the Imperial Spa bad EMS, where once the EMS dispatch was sent, that triggered the first world war. The last piece on the Lahn trail leads into the Ruppertsklamm, a steep gorge, before you reach in Lahnstein not only the much heralded Inn on the river Lahn, but at the same time the mouth of the Lahn into the Rhine.
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