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In Germany, mainly in the growing area Moselle commonly used term (also ley) as a layer name component. These are Old Lay, Arzlay, Bienenlay, Bußlay, Deuslay, Domlay, Falklay, Fässerlay. Felslay. Feuerlay. Försterlay, Geierslay, Goldlay, Götterlay, Günterslay, Herzlay, Hirschlay, Hitzlay, Hochlay, Hubertuslay, Kahllay, Kapplay, Kirchlay, Königslay, Kurfürstlay, Lambertuslay, Laurentiuslay. Lay, Layenberg, Laykaul, Maximiner Klosterlay, Paulinslay, Rotlay, Schäferlay, Schieferlay, Schießlay, Schubertslay, Schützenlay, Sonnenlay, Stefanslay, Südlay and Würzlay. The term "Lay" comes from the Celtic and means slate or slate rock.

Bernkastel-Kues with all single layers

The picture shows the community Bernkastel-Kues (Bernkastel area) with its eleven individual layers Old bathhouse at the Doctorberg. Bratenhöfchen. Doctor. dig, Johannisbrünnchen, Kardinalsberg, Lay, Matheisbildchen, Rosenberg, Schlossberg, Stephanus-Rosengärtchen and Weisenstein.

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