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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.