Visit the small town of Tarp just 20 km south of the Danish border. As you drive towards Tarp, the first thing you see is the old Dutch windmill, which is the town's landmark.
Enjoy a walk on the city's "owl trail", where young sculptors have created various oak sculptures of owls. A total of 64 sculptures are scattered along the 6 km path, which starts at the Friedhof car park and stretches along the River Thraben in a lovely protected nature area.
In Tarp you can also experience the close proximity to Denmark and the historical aspect, as the town used to be part of Denmark. Visit the Danish church, for example. The small village also has both an evangelistic and a catholic church.
There are many green areas around the city and from the city you can, for example, take a walk in the Findlingsgarten, where you can find a collection of 72 walking blocks with explanations about the origin and material of the stone.
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