Thomm

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Thomm

Thomm is a village near Trier (at the Moselle River) in Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany.

Thomm is famous for an old celtic stone, called Hinkelstein near the village and a big celtic grave.

In further times there was a slate minor industry near Thomm.

Thomm is also famous for its cider, an apple-wine.

The FIA European Hill Climb Championship comes at June to Thomm and the FIA World Rally Championship in August every year.

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