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The Frohnau Mining Landscape is an extensive area of heaps with small mounds following the underground ore veins and dating from the 15th to the17th century, larger main shaft heaps from the 18th century and large heap deposits from the period of uranium ore mining. The surface buildings that originally belonged to the shafts have not survived, with the exception of the area around the Malwine mine and the Markus Röhling mine. The Markus Röhling visitors’ mine is accessed through the mouth of Adit 81. The mouth of the adit itself, which stretches over a total of approximately 8.6 km, is to the south of this.