Lübbener Hain Natural Forest and Liuba-Stein

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Lübbener Hain is a natural forest that is located right in the town of Lübben. It can impress with its rare flora and a stock of around 220 common oaks that are up to 30 metres tall. The nature reserve acts as a link between the older and newer parts of town. Winding paths and lovingly created spots make the forest a lovely place to stroll and linger. 
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It is assumed that the Hain was never deliberately created as a park. Nature-loving citizens turned this natural old forest into the 20 hectares big site, by creating paths, removing standing pools that might attract mosquitoes, and fostering attractive trees. 

The monument ‘Liuba-Stein’ is a reference to a former Slavic place of worship in Lübbener Hain. Under a dedicated oak tree, the Slavic tribe of the Wends used to worship the goddess of love Liuba through prayer and sacrifice. 
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Lübbener Hain is a natural forest that is located right in the town of Lübben. It can impress with its rare flora and a stock of around 220 common oaks that are up to 30 metres tall. The nature reserve acts as a link between the older and newer parts of town. Winding paths and lovingly created spots make the forest a lovely place to stroll and linger. 
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It is assumed that the Hain was never deliberately created as a park. Nature-loving citizens turned this natural old forest into the 20 hectares big site, by creating paths, removing standing pools that might attract mosquitoes, and fostering attractive trees. 

The monument ‘Liuba-Stein’ is a reference to a former Slavic place of worship in Lübbener Hain. Under a dedicated oak tree, the Slavic tribe of the Wends used to worship the goddess of love Liuba through prayer and sacrifice. 
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15907 Lübben (Spreewald)

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