A striking limestone cliff in the Lower Austrian wine district, which is under nature protection, is called the Staatzer cliff or Staatzer mountain. Geographically, the Staatzer cliff belongs to the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains and dominates the only slightly hilly landscape from a distance of about 100 meters. The hill is 332 m high and is located in the municipality of Staatz. The slopes are home to remarkable rock steppes and dry grasslands of regional importance. The Staatz castle ruins are at the top.
I hauled a Pradovit slide projector up the steep, stony path. Hundreds of stag beetles were out and I kept bumping into one of them. The sun was slowly setting. I wanted to show the P2000, which used to belong to an Alpine club, a mountainous region. A very small mountain region. The Staatzer cliff. The moon had risen and there was silence at the summit. I couldn't find out if the slide projector was emotionally moving. So I got off the mountain again.
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