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Was ist der Geweih?

Das Geweih ist ein Element des Elchkopfes. The antler is one element of the moose head. Zusammensetzung einer Substanz, aufweisend eine Beimischung von Maca und Geweih in Pulverform. A composition of matter comprising an admixture of maca and antler, in powdered form. Du bekommst wohl doch endlich dein Geweih.

Was ist Geweih exportiert?

Vor allem Geweih werden exportiert – in Südkorea und China. Mostly antlers are exported to South Korea and China. Hierbei werden Masken von Teufelinnen verwendet. – Der Hirsch Shiva mit dem weiten Geweih. Here there are used the masks of female devils. – The red deer Shiva with its huge antlers.

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Where is Kehlstein located?

The Kehlstein is a 1,881 m (6,171 ft) subpeak of the Göll massif, a 2,522-metre-high (8,274 ft) mountain in the Berchtesgaden Alps. The rocky promontory is located west of the Hoher Göll main summit, high above the Obersalzberg mountain retreat near Berchtesgaden.

Was the Kehlsteinhaus ever really seen as such?

It is indeed somewhat arguable that it was ever really seen as such. Das Kehlsteinhaus provides a concise history of Hitler’s mountain eyrie, from its planning and building in the late 1930s through to its role today as one of Bavaria’s and Germany’s most popular tourist destinations.

How much did it cost to build the Kehlsteinhaus?

Created with the highest-quality materials, the Kehlsteinhaus project brought together the best architects, engineers and workers from across Germany as well as Austria and Italy, and would eventually cost some thirty million Reichsmark to construct – an astonishing £100 million (€120 million or $150 million) today.