Saarlouis

the Niedaltdorf cave was formed during the Holocene, a geological epoch which began around 10.000 years ago.

Ancient Roman copper mine gallery with original inscriptions, carved in stone, dating back to the 3rd century. Historical system of galleries, cut almost horizontally into the steep rock slope. Some parts of the mine are secured with modern support technology. Ore mining in the middle ages, primarily extraction of Azurite, a copper carbonate mineral (used as a blue pigment and a major source of the blue colour employed by medieval painters). This special hue of azure, a favourite of Albrecht Dürer's, for example, is also called "Wallerfanger Blue" after the municipality of Wallerfangen.

Sandstone rock formation in the Limberg ridge. Accessible to the public via a hiking trail with, in part, steep ascents. The more difficult parts of the trail have wooden handrails and stairs.

the Gisinger Hole is located in the middle of the woods. With its spectacular gorges and ridges, it is perhaps the most beautiful part of the Idesbach Path hiking trail.

located in the Saar Valley, part of the slag heap has been reclaimed, extensively replanted and transformed into a publicly accessible recreation area.

the old compressor house of the former mining plant Griesborn today houses a Blacksmith and Locksmith Museum.

Bettinger Mill, which has a proud 750-year history and once belonged to the Benedictine monastery Tholey Abbey, has been in use to grind grain up until the late 1970s.

Dancing school with 4 studios spread on several floors. Historic building dating back to 1870. Vaulted entrance, staircase from the 1950s, inner courtyard (with grid fence to the street).

Carpenter's shop specialised in staircase construction. Large factory work floor with woodworking machines and CNC machining centre.

Perfect Pain, Germany's largest tattoo studio, can be found in a villa that dates back to 1900 and has been extensively renovated, inside and out. Huge wall painting outside.

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