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23 May 2041, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenahr: Elfriede and Gerd Gasper sit in the completely gutted former living room of their flood-damaged house in Altenahr, from where they can see the rubble of the village. While numerous houses in the neighbourhood had to be demolished, the old couple hopes for money from the insurance company to be able to restore their house. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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08 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Insul: A pontoon bridge built by the Bundeswehr spans the Ahr in Insul in place of the historic arched bridge destroyed in the flood (aerial photograph taken by drone). Numerous houses on the banks of the Ahr were so badly damaged in the disaster that they have since had to be demolished. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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08 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Insul: A pontoon bridge built by the Bundeswehr spans the Ahr in Insul in place of the historic arched bridge destroyed in the flood (aerial photograph taken by drone). Numerous houses on the banks of the Ahr were so badly damaged in the disaster that they have since had to be demolished. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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08 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenahr-Kreuzberg: The historic arched bridge over the Ahr in Altenahr-Kreuzberg, which was destroyed in the flood, has now been cleared of debris (aerial photograph taken by drone). Numerous houses on the banks of the Ahr were so badly damaged by the disaster that they have since had to be demolished. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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07 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenahr: Elfriede and Gerd Gasper look out of the still mud-smeared window of their flood-damaged house at the rubble of Altenahr. While numerous houses in the neighbourhood had to be demolished, the old couple hopes for money from the insurance company to be able to repair their house. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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07 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenahr: 80-year-old Gerd Gasper looks out of the still mud-smeared window of his flood-damaged house at the rubble of Altenahr. While numerous houses in the neighbourhood had to be demolished, he hopes to get money from the insurance company to repair his house. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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07 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenahr: 80-year-old Gerd Gasper looks out of the still mud-smeared window of his flood-damaged house at the rubble of Altenahr. While numerous houses in the neighbourhood had to be demolished, he hopes to get money from the insurance company to repair his house. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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07 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Hummes: Manuela G?ken stands in front of her new house in Hummes on the edge of the Ahr Valley. Until a few weeks ago, she and her partner had lived in a house in Insul, close to the Ahr. Her new home is located on a mountain, safe from floods. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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07 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Insul: Manuela G?ken's former house in Insul has been completely emptied and abandoned. In the meantime, she lives with her partner on a nearby mountain, safe from floods. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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07 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Hummes: Manuela G?ken stands in front of her new house in Hummes on the edge of the Ahr Valley. Until a few weeks ago, she and her partner had lived in a house in Insul, close to the Ahr. Her new home is located on a mountain, safe from floods. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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07 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Insul: Wolfgang Ewerts stands in front of his hotel in Insul next to the now also rebuilt offertory. The innkeeper wants to be finished with the reconstruction of his hotel in April 2022. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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07 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenahr: The train driver Peter Filz is standing in a train that has been standing in the station of Altenahr-Kreuzberg since the flood disaster and was completely destroyed by the water. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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07 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Insul: Wolfgang Ewerts stands in front of his hotel in Insul next to the now also rebuilt offertory. The innkeeper wants to be finished with the reconstruction of his hotel in April 2022. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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07 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenahr: Only two chairs stand in the former living room of the flood-damaged house of Elfriede and Gerd Gasper in Altenahr. While numerous houses in the neighbourhood had to be demolished, the old couple hopes for money from the insurance company to be able to restore their house. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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07 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Hummes: Manuela G?ken stands in front of her new house in Hummes on the edge of the Ahr Valley. Until a few weeks ago, she and her partner had lived in a house in Insul, close to the Ahr. Her new home is located on a mountain, safe from floods. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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07 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenahr: A house destroyed by the flood in Altenahr. In the village 80 percent of the houses were destroyed or heavily damaged. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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07 October 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenahr: Elfriede and Gerd Gasper are standing in the hallway of their flood-damaged house in Altenahr. While numerous houses in the neighbourhood had to be demolished, the old couple hopes for money from the insurance company to be able to restore their house. (To dpa report "Three months after the flood in the Ahr valley: Worries about the future instead of money" from 08.10.2021) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa

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30 September 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Marienthal: Eva Lanzerath is cutting grapes with her pruning shears in the vineyard above the Ahr valley, which was destroyed by the floods. The prospective primary school teacher has just finished her term as 72nd German Wine Queen. She is from the Ahr valley, where a flash flood killed 133 people and destroyed many things on July 14 and 15 after extremely heavy rain. 65 of the 68 wineries in the river valley, which is known as a red wine paradise, were affected by the flood. Their total damage is estimated at 160 million euro. (To dpa: Grape harvest in disaster area - Ahr vintners harvest special vintage) Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa

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30 September 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Marienthal: Eva Lanzerath is cutting grapes with her pruning shears in the vineyard above the Ahr valley, which was destroyed by the floods. The prospective primary school teacher has just finished her term as 72nd German Wine Queen. She is from the Ahr valley, where a flash flood killed 133 people and destroyed many things on July 14 and 15 after extremely heavy rain. 65 of the 68 wineries in the river valley, which is known as a red wine paradise, were affected by the flood. Their total damage is estimated at 160 million euro. (To dpa: Grape harvest in disaster area - Ahr vintners harvest special vintage) Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa

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30 September 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Marienthal: Eva Lanzerath is cutting grapes with her pruning shears in the vineyard above the Ahr valley, which was destroyed by the floods. The prospective primary school teacher has just finished her term as 72nd German Wine Queen. She is from the Ahr valley, where a flash flood killed 133 people and destroyed many things on July 14 and 15 after extremely heavy rain. 65 of the 68 wineries in the river valley, which is known as a red wine paradise, were affected by the flood. Their total damage is estimated at 160 million euro. (To dpa: Grape harvest in disaster area - Ahr vintners harvest special vintage) Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa

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30 September 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Marienthal: Eva Lanzerath is cutting grapes with her pruning shears in the vineyard above the Ahr valley, which was destroyed by the floods. The prospective primary school teacher has just finished her term as 72nd German Wine Queen. She is from the Ahr valley, where a flash flood killed 133 people and destroyed many things on July 14 and 15 after extremely heavy rain. 65 of the 68 wineries in the river valley, which is known as a red wine paradise, were affected by the flood. Their total damage is estimated at 160 million euro. (To dpa: Grape harvest in disaster area - Ahr vintners harvest special vintage) Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa

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30 September 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Marienthal: Eva Lanzerath is cutting grapes with her pruning shears in the vineyard above the Ahr valley, which was destroyed by the floods. The prospective primary school teacher has just finished her term as 72nd German Wine Queen. She is from the Ahr valley, where a flash flood killed 133 people and destroyed many things on July 14 and 15 after extremely heavy rain. 65 of the 68 wineries in the river valley, which is known as a red wine paradise, were affected by the flood. Their total damage is estimated at 160 million euro. (To dpa: Grape harvest in disaster area - Ahr vintners harvest special vintage) Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa

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29 September 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Lohrsdorf: Half of the federal road 266 along the Ahr river was washed away by the flood. (To dpa: Flood-damaged red wine road in the Ahr valley still interrupted for a long time). Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa

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29 September 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenburg: In Altenburg, large open spaces were created by the flood disaster. Many houses had to be demolished. A future conference deals with the reconstruction in the disaster area. Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa

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29 September 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenburg: In Altenburg, large open spaces were created by the flood disaster. Many houses had to be demolished. A future conference deals with the reconstruction in the disaster area. Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa

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29 September 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenburg: In Altenburg, large open spaces were created by the flood disaster. Many houses had to be demolished. A future conference deals with the reconstruction in the disaster area. Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa

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29 September 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenburg: In Altenburg, large open spaces were created by the flood disaster. Many houses had to be demolished. A future conference deals with the reconstruction in the disaster area. Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa

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27 September 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenahr: Behind the tunnel of the federal road 267 in the Ahr valley near Altenahr, excavators are tearing down a house and at the same time are building a provisional route.The road was torn away by the flood. (To dpa: Flood-damaged red wine road in the Ahr valley still interrupted for a long time). Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa

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27 September 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenahr: Behind the tunnel of the federal road 267 in the Ahr valley near Altenahr, excavators are tearing down a house and at the same time are building a provisional route.The road was torn away by the flood. (To dpa: Flood-damaged red wine road in the Ahr valley still interrupted for a long time). Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa

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27 September 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenahr: Behind the tunnel of the federal road 267 in the Ahr valley near Altenahr, excavators are tearing down a house and at the same time are building a provisional route.The road was torn away by the flood. (To dpa: Flood-damaged red wine road in the Ahr valley still interrupted for a long time). Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa

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27 September 2021, Rhineland-Palatinate, Altenahr: Behind the tunnel of the federal road 267 in the Ahr valley near Altenahr, excavators are tearing down a house and at the same time are building a provisional route.The road was torn away by the flood. (To dpa: Flood-damaged red wine road in the Ahr valley still interrupted for a long time). Photo: Thomas Frey/dpa