Calvörder Forst , Borde District , Saxony-Anhalt , Germany
The source of the Klaren Grete was once considered the strongest and clearest source in the Calvörde Mountains , but began to dry up from 1860 onwards. Today the Klare Grete is almost dry, but traces of the course of the river can be seen. Where it flowed to is unknown; According to the Gerlach map from 1763, the Klare Grete has only a short and narrow river in the Calvörde forest. In 1920 a memorial stone was erected so as not to forget the Klare Grete. Not far from the river was the now desolate village called Käsdorf . The Cloridenberg is in front of the Klaren Grete. You can also find boundary stones here. These date from the time when Calvörde still belonged to the Duchy of Braunschweig .
- Arnholdt, Hans-Martin; Casemir, Kirstin; Ohainski, Uwe (ed.): The Gerlach map of the principality of Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel (1763-1775) . Folder with 18 map sheets and booklet. From the series of publications of the Historical Commission for Lower Saxony and Bremen 235 , ISBN 3-7752-6035-8 .
- Rudi Fischer: 800 years of Calvörde - a chronicle until 1991
- Rudi Fischer: 800 years Calvörde - a chronicle until 1991
- Jörg Mantzsch : The coat of arms of the community Wieglitz, documentation on the approval process , deposited with the Magdeburg Regional Council 1998 (report: State Main Archive Magdeburg)