Dörrberg im Geratal
 is a town in Thüringer Wald, Germany that was the location of the death of the notable neurologist Carl Wernicke in 1905 following a tragic bicycle accident when he impaled himself on a brake lever following a collision with a tram.
Dörrberg lies in the former DDR (East Germany). The climate is typical Central European with warm summers and cold winters. The region is heavily forested and is a popular holiday destination for walkers and naturists.
Notes & references
- Companion to Clinical Neurology by William Pryse-Phillips, Oxford University Press, 2nd Edition, 2003