In the moor landscape of Northern Germany, the bog oak is a particularly characteristic material as it is widespread here. It is also very specific to the region and can rarely be found elsewhere in the world.

If an oak falls into the acid bog water, it is conserved for hundreds or even thousands of years under the exclusion of oxygen. Throughout these years, the moor water colours the oak wood deep black.




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