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This Geohash is located on a cemetery in Bad Pyrmont.
I took the S-Bahn to Bad Pyrmont. Bad Pyrmont is on the border to North Rhine-Westphalia, but still on the Lower Saxonian side. From the train station, I walked the rest to the cemetery.
The cemetery was open and there was no funeral. Judging by the Chi-Rho-Symbol (☧) on the mortuary, the Oesdorfer Friedhof is a Christian cemetery. There also is a Lutheran church nearby, the St. Petri-Kirche Oesdorf.
The geohash is located on the grave of Lina Kleinschmidt, who lived from 1907 to 1991. I recorded proof here. Potential relatives of her also found their final rest on this cemetery, but on a different plot and with a slightly different spelling of their surname: Otto Kleinschmit (1965-1928) and Luise Kleinschmit (1975-19?2).
I visited the church to light a candle for Lina Kleinschmidt, but they did not have any candles. Afterwards, I walked back to the station.
| Fippe earned the Land geohash achievement
| Fippe earned the Holy hash achievement
| Fippe certifies that Lina Kleinschmidt earned the Coffin Potato Achievement