The German Avenue Road is a tree-lined holiday route that runs the length of Germany from the Baltic Sea to Lake Constance. About 2,900 kilometres long, it is Germany's longest scenic route. The project is supported by the "German Avenue Route Association", whose members are the German Automobile Club ("ADAC"), the German Tourism Association, the German Forest Conservation Society and other institutions. The forestry scientist, Hans Joachim Fröhlich, was its major proponent.
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