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Just at the edge of a rectangular man-made pond lies a strange looking hill. It’s shaped similarly to a pyramid with distinct levels, and a stairwell leading up its center. At the top is a circular halo that shades a sculpture of a globe dedicated to Otto Lilienthal, the german aviation pioneer known as the “flying man”. This is Fleigeberg.
Fliegeberg dates back to 1894. Built by German pioneer Otto Lilienthal, its purpose was to serve as a gliding spot so the inventor could test his flying machines.