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Seesteine

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Lindenbornschanze:

K-Point: 42 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1952
Conversions: 1962
Status: destroyed
Coordinates: 51.196528, 9.858162 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

At the Hohen Meißner near Hessisch Lichtenau there were once also winter sports activities and two ski jumping hills. First, the Brinkmann-Schanze was built in 1926 at the so-called Frau Holle pond at the 720-meter high Kalbe. After World War II, the Lindenbaumschanze at Seesteine followed in 1952 with a critical point of 42 meters. It was converted in 1962 to adjust it to changing requirements. Today, some remains of both former ski jumps are still visible.

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