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The Donnersberg

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The Donnersberg is about 687 m. It’s the highest hill in the northern Pfalz between Rockenhausen and Kirchheimbolanden.

 It’s highest place is called Königsstuhl. Looks like a thron - with a little bit of phantasie.

The “ Keltenwall “, a Celts Bank, consists of an East- and West Bank and was repaired for two times by the
Celts. Inside this Bank they built a quadrangular earthwork. This is a unique building. By the “Schlackenwall”,
a volcanic cinder, as from year 2004, there are excavations to prove, that the Celts are producing glassware.
First results showed, that the Celts used Rhyolith in ovens to produce glass.

Ludwigsturm
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The Ludwigsturm

Built in 1864-65. 900 m eastside Königsstuhl built by an “pfälzisches Tower-
buildingscommitee”. The height of this tower is 27 m.
1952 it had to be restored.
Now the Ludwigsturm is attended by te “Donnersbergverein”.

The Televisiontower

built in 1961/62 near by the Ludwigsturm.
The heigth of this tower is 204,84 m and is constructed with reinforce concrete.

The tower is used for Television and Radio and is the landmark from Donnersberg.