The time frames on the topic:
Hydraulic engineering techniques

When the Dutch colonists began cultivating the Sietland east of Stade in the early 12th century, they already had excellent knowledge of hydraulic engineering. They had knowledge that had already been developed in Flanders hundred years ago.

Almost all the time frames of the Hollerweg have overlapping topics. However, they are always assigned to only one topic. The topic, which becomes more vivid at this point, than elsewhere.

Time frames on hydraulic engineering:

• Old Elbe dyke with mill Aurora

• Lock of the Hinterdeich

• Neuenschleuse

• The Große Brack

You'll find also information about hydraulic engineering at…

• Westerladekoper Minnerweg

• The Schilling'sche Brack

• Watering ponds Burweg

Mill at the medieval Elbe dyke in Borstel

The Hinterdeich in Moorende. These smaller dykes saved the cultivated land against water from the moore.