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The Kalwes (calf pasture) is an elevation in the Querenburg district in southeast Bochum ( 159  m ). The city of Bochum is planning a 35 hectare nature reserve here . The Kalwesbach , which flows into the Lottenbach , is one of the waters . The forest, the monastery bush, is characterized by beeches , and the holly also occurs here .

To the west is the Botanical Garden of the Ruhr University Bochum . The Königsbüscher grove adjoins to the east .

As a relic of the Klosterbusch colliery , a quarry is located here, which, along with the Bochum Geological Garden in Wiemelhausen, is one of the major geological outcrops in Bochum. It offers insight into the layers of carbon .

A Catholic preparatory college was built under Bishop Hengsbach and opened in the winter semester of 1969/70. An HFG dormitory was also built , which is now run by AkaFö Bochum .

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  1. Kalwes

Coordinates: 51 ° 26 ′ 31 ″  N , 7 ° 16 ′ 20 ″  E