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Der Kaiserstuhl: Deutschlands Einzigartiges Vulkangebirge [The Kaiserstuhl: Germany's Unique Volcanic Mountain]

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Series: Hotspots Europas Volume: 3
By: Ingo Seehafer(Author)
128 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour maps
Der Kaiserstuhl: Deutschlands Einzigartiges Vulkangebirge [The Kaiserstuhl: Germany's Unique Volcanic Mountain]
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  • Der Kaiserstuhl: Deutschlands Einzigartiges Vulkangebirge [The Kaiserstuhl: Germany's Unique Volcanic Mountain] ISBN: 9783894322618 Paperback Jan 2013 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: German

This is a travel guide to the Kaiserstuhl, an area of volcanic mountains covering an area of roughly 100 square kilometres in southwestern Germany, nestled in the Upper Rhine Valley. It is characterized by a Mediterranean climate and numerous terraced vineyards, but also home to an extraordinary wealth of plant and animal species.

Summary in German:
Im Südwesten Deutschlands liegt eingebettet in die Oberrheinebene ein knapp 100 Quadratkilometer großes lößbedecktes Vulkangebirge: der Kaiserstuhl. Geprägt durch mediterranes Klima und unzählige Weinbergterrassen bietet dieses landschaftliche Kleinod einen außergewöhnlichen Reichtum an Pflanzen- und Tierarten. Frauenschuh, Küchenschelle und Hummelragwurz zählen ebenso wie Gottesanbeterin, Smaragdeidechse und Wiedehopf zu den Kostbarkeiten des Kaiserstuhls. Doch die eigentlichen Stars sind die farbenprächtigen Bienenfresser, die in Deutschlands einzigartigem Vulkangebirge optimale Bedingungen und reichlich Nahrung finden.

Begleiten Sie Ingo Seehafer in Band 3 der Naturführer-Reihe Hotspots Europas über Weinberge, Streuobstwiesen, Wälder und Wiesen an einen der ungewöhnlichsten Orte in Europa.

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Wildlife Guide
Series: Hotspots Europas Volume: 3
By: Ingo Seehafer(Author)
128 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour maps
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