Points of Interest


Brandenburg Gate

No visit to Berlin is complete without the Brandenburg Gate! Berlin's landmark can tell you so much about the city's turbulent history.

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The market is located in the historic center of Berlin, measures 3.3 hectares and is one of the most important hotspots of the German capital.

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Dahlewitz Manor Park

Until 2011, the estate park was lovingly restored according to historical models. The aim was also to bring out the valuable habitat functions of the flora and fauna.

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Lake Mahlow

The lake is located in the immediate vicinity of the historic center of Mahlow and is only a stone's throw from the Berlin city limits.

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Lake Motzen

Lake Motzen is one of the cleanest waters in the Fläming travel region and offers a wide range of leisure activities.

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Garrison Museum Wünsdorf

The Garrison Museum is housed in a horse stable from the imperial era, which was specially restored for museum purposes, and deals with the military use of the area in the period from 1910 to 1945.

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At Mellensee

Lake Mellensee

Lake Mellensee is connected to the Berlin waters by the Notte Canal. On site, the Klausdorf lido offers recreational fun for young and old.

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Museum of the Teltow

The landscape of the Teltow was particularly influenced by trade and commerce, industry, large settlements, transport and the military of the metropolitan region.

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Great Lake Krummer

Directly at the lake is the lido Sperenberg, which offers a beautiful sandy beach, a sunbathing lawn and a beach area for sports enthusiasts.

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Museum of local history Luckenwalde

The Museum of local history shows how royal decisions, social democrats, free thinkers, inventors and factory owners, economic crises, National Socialism, planned economy and monetary union shaped Luckenwalde's economic and social life.

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Castle Stülpe

At that time used as manor houses, smithy and stables of the manor castle Stülpe, the premises were lovingly converted into hotel rooms and apartments.

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Monastery Zinna

In the landscape of the Lower Fläming, the buildings that still exist today bear impressive witness to the work of the white monks in the colonial land east of the Elbe.

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Old warehouse

The former military airfield "Old warehouse" in Niedergörsdorf near Jüterbog was built at the beginning of the First World War with a chemical factory and airship barracks and today offers a variety of leisure activities.

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Flaeming Skate

With a track network of about 230 km, the Flaeming Skate is the longest traffic-calmed skating track in Europe.

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Fläming Nature Park

Nestled between the Elbe and the High Fläming in Brandenburg lies the Fläming/Saxony-Anhalt Nature Park. Extensive deciduous and pine forests and hidden villages give the Fläming its very own character.

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Farmers' Museum Zahna

In the museum in the district of Zahna, a 600-year-old Flemish farm with an area of 1,800 m² can be visited with an originally furnished dwelling from 1920.

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Külso mill

The Külso mill on the Zahnabach is located in the middle of the "Wittenberger Vorfläming und Zahnabachtal" landscape conservation area.

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Lutherstadt Wittenberg

UNESCO Melanchthon House

The Melanchthon House is considered one of the most beautiful town houses in Lutherstadt Wittenberg and served as the residence of the scholar Philipp Melanchthon.

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Wittenberg Castle

The foundations of Wittenberg Castle were once built for the Ascanian Electors of Saxe-Wittenberg (13th century), until it passed to the Wettin Electors in the 15th century, when the castle was finally declared the residence of Frederick the Wise.

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Hundertwasser School

The school, once in need of renovation, was rebuilt according to plans by the world-famous Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser and completed in 1999.

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UNESCO Central Elbe Biosphere Reserve

The Central Elbe Biosphere Reserve is one of the oldest biosphere reserves in Germany. The Elbe, as the third largest river in Germany, stands here as a meandering band at the center of the biosphere reserve.

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Church of St. Mary Kemberg

Anyone who enters the Kemberg Church of St. Mary feels very close to Martin Luther and the Reformation. The famous reformer is said to have preached a total of 13 sermons from the Kemberg pulpit.

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Düben Heath Nature Park

The Dübener Heide, located south of Lutherstadt Wittenberg and north of Leipzig, is embedded in the natural river landscape between the Mulde and Elbe rivers.

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Bad Schmiedeberg

Pretzsch Castle

Located directly on the Elbe River, at the gateway to the Düben Heath, Pretzsch Castle stands out as an imposing Renaissance palace.

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Pretzsch castle park

The Pretzsch Palace Park was laid out as a Baroque pleasure garden at the beginning of the 18th century for the Saxon Electress and Polish Queen Christiane Eberhardine.

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Bad Düben

Wood sculpture meadow Tornau

The wood sculpture meadow represents one of the jewels of the Nature Park Düben heath. Within the framework of the wood sculpture competition "Art with Chainsaws", new creations are created every year.

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Schwemsal Manor Barn

The over 150-year-old half-timbered barn was rebuilt in 2002, giving Schwemsal a cultural and educational center with an ice cream parlor and barn store.

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River Mulde

The river Mulde, also united Mulde, is formed in Saxony by the union of the Zwickauer Mulde and Freiberger Mulde southeast of Leipzig near Colditz.

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Leipzig Zoo

In the middle of the city, visitors can embark on a fascinating journey around the world through the zoo's six adventure worlds and admire a total of around 800 animal species.

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Leipzig New Lake District

The newly formed lakes in the districts of Leipzig and North Saxony, together with the flowing waters of the city of Leipzig, now form the Leipzig Neuseenland.

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