() Sridevi Kapoor, one of the biggest names in Hindi cinema, has died after suffering a heart attack at the age 54.She was widely regarded as the first female superstar in India's male-dominated movie industry.Eisleben also has rows of adorable half-timbered houses that are so typical of Harz towns.Visitors to Germany's Harz Mountains will now be able to walk along the world's biggest pedestrian suspension bridge.Various monuments dedicated to Martin Luther are still today immaculately maintained and proudly shown off. Anne’s Church (where Luther was baptized), the beautiful Gothic St.Andrew’s Church (where he held his last sermons), his birthplace, and the house where he died.Today, its adorable cobbled streets endlessly lined with half-timbered guild houses are a meanderer’s dream come true.
This picturesque town offers incredible opportunities for skiing and tobogganing and offers breathtaking views over its panorama from its 400m-high The picture-postcard town of Blankenburg sits shyly by the Goldbach stream.The record-breaking structure stretches more than 450 meters across the Rappbode Dam.The bridge, dubbed the "Titan-RT," was officially opened to the public at a ceremony near the central German town of Oberharz am Brocken on Sunday.The existence of Quedlinburg can be traced back to the 9th century, and boasts of the rare history of being ruled by women for 800 long years.It houses steep-roofed half-timbered buildings from at least five centuries and a medieval Old Town, all still preserved in their original condition as the town was lucky enough to escape destruction during the war.The opening follows almost five years of planning and construction."It's a sense of resolution, because it took so long," Maik Berke, owner of bridge operator Harzdrenalin, told regional broadcaster Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk. my greatest hope is that people leave the bridge with a smile on their face." The cable construction, with a pulling force of 947 tons, is anchored in slate rock on both sides of the Rappbode valley.An aerial view of Duderstadt would reveal a sea of red roofs crowning half-timbered houses, wrapped tightly by lush green fortifications.The town of Eisleben was christened Lutherstadt Eisleben in honor of Martin Luther, who was born here and also breathed his last in this town.Looking at the peaceful town today, it is hard to imagine that it was hit hard by a devastating fire in 1836 and once housed a hard labor camp.The 12th-century Schloss Blankenburg nestled in a lush baroque garden tells the story of medieval times, while the ruins of Schloss Regenstein still stand witness to almost eight centuries of history.