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The High Land Road (also Army Road or Salt Road) lat. via regia Lusatiae superioris, or strata regia, was a trade route and was one of the Ancient roads. It was a part of the Via Regia, which continued west as far as the Rhine. Over several centuries the road was, along with the Low Road to the north, one of the most important transport links from Middle Germany to Silesia and east Poland. Like other Reichsstraße it was under protection e.g. of local regents. The Via Regia was also significant as a route to Santiago de Compostela from the east.

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  • Die Hohe Landstraße (auch Heer- oder Salzstraße) lat. via regia Lusatiae superioris, oder strata regia, war eine Handelsstraße und zählt zu den Altstraßen. Sie war Teil der Via Regia, welche nach Westen bis an den Rhein führte. Über mehrere Jahrhunderte war die Straße neben der nördlich verlaufenden Niederstraße die wichtigste Verkehrsverbindung von Mitteldeutschland nach Schlesien und dem polnischen Osten. Wie auch andere Reichsstraßen stand sie unter besonderem Friedensschutz. Die Via Regia hatte auch als Jakobsweg Bedeutung.
  • The High Land Road (also Army Road or Salt Road) lat. via regia Lusatiae superioris, or strata regia, was a trade route and was one of the Ancient roads. It was a part of the Via Regia, which continued west as far as the Rhine. Over several centuries the road was, along with the Low Road to the north, one of the most important transport links from Middle Germany to Silesia and east Poland. Like other Reichsstraße it was under protection e.g. of local regents. The Via Regia was also significant as a route to Santiago de Compostela from the east.
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  • Die Hohe Landstraße (auch Heer- oder Salzstraße) lat. via regia Lusatiae superioris, oder strata regia, war eine Handelsstraße und zählt zu den Altstraßen. Sie war Teil der Via Regia, welche nach Westen bis an den Rhein führte. Über mehrere Jahrhunderte war die Straße neben der nördlich verlaufenden Niederstraße die wichtigste Verkehrsverbindung von Mitteldeutschland nach Schlesien und dem polnischen Osten. Wie auch andere Reichsstraßen stand sie unter besonderem Friedensschutz. Die Via Regia hatte auch als Jakobsweg Bedeutung.
  • The High Land Road (also Army Road or Salt Road) lat. via regia Lusatiae superioris, or strata regia, was a trade route and was one of the Ancient roads. It was a part of the Via Regia, which continued west as far as the Rhine. Over several centuries the road was, along with the Low Road to the north, one of the most important transport links from Middle Germany to Silesia and east Poland. Like other Reichsstraße it was under protection e.g. of local regents. The Via Regia was also significant as a route to Santiago de Compostela from the east.
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