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The Kulmer Steig is a synonym for the transport links from the Elbe valley over the eastern part of the Eastern Ore Mountains to Bohemian Chlumec u Chabařovic (German: Kulm), hence the name which means "Kulm Trail". It is an ancient road system of partly derelict and unmetalled historic transport routes. These historic long-distance routes have been uncovered today thanks to archaeological discoveries. The routes all head south from the Elbe valley between Dresden and Pirna and cross the Eastern Ore Mountains over mountain passes on the Saxon side between Fürstenwalde in the west and Oelsen in the east. The lowest crossings are located near from where they continue via and the Geiersberg as well as Krasný Les and further on over the Nollendorf Pass to Chlumec. The Kulmer Steig was an esp

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  • Srbská stezka
  • Kulmer Steig
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  • Srbská stezka, jinak nazývaná také chlumecká (německy Kulmer Steig) byla zemská cesta vedoucí z dnešní Prahy přes Doksany, Lovosice, Řehlovice, Chabařovice a Chlumec do Míšeňska a na Drážďany. Krušné hory překonávala v místě zvaném Nakléřovský průsmyk nebo též Nakléř. V trase srbské stezky je dnes vedena dálnice D8, která Krušné hory překonává dvojicí tunelů Libouchec a Panenská.
  • Der Kulmer Steig ist ein Synonym für Verkehrsverbindungen aus dem Elbtal über das östliche Osterzgebirge ins böhmische Kulm. Er ist ein Altstraßensystem teilweise verfallener und unbefestigter historischer Verkehrswege. Aufgrund archäologischer Funde lassen sich diese historischen Fernwege noch heute bestimmen. Die Wege führen allesamt aus dem Elbtal zwischen Dresden und Pirna nach Süden und queren als Erzgebirgspässe das Osterzgebirge auf sächsischer Seite zwischen Fürstenwalde im Westen und Oelsen im Osten. Die offensichtlich günstigsten Übergänge finden sich bei Müglitz (Mohelnice) und von dort weiter über Ebersdorf (Habartice) und den Geiersberg sowie bei Schönwald (Krásný Les) und weiter über den Nollendorfer Pass nach Kulm. Der Kulmer Steig verdankte seine Verkehrsgunst der mit 30 km
  • The Kulmer Steig is a synonym for the transport links from the Elbe valley over the eastern part of the Eastern Ore Mountains to Bohemian Chlumec u Chabařovic (German: Kulm), hence the name which means "Kulm Trail". It is an ancient road system of partly derelict and unmetalled historic transport routes. These historic long-distance routes have been uncovered today thanks to archaeological discoveries. The routes all head south from the Elbe valley between Dresden and Pirna and cross the Eastern Ore Mountains over mountain passes on the Saxon side between Fürstenwalde in the west and Oelsen in the east. The lowest crossings are located near from where they continue via and the Geiersberg as well as Krasný Les and further on over the Nollendorf Pass to Chlumec. The Kulmer Steig was an esp
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