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Ruppiner Land

Landscape

The 'Ruppiner Land' region is characterized by its forests, lakes, meadows, fields, lowlands, hills and marshes. Historical town centres and navigable canals simply belong to this region.

Sights

  • Fehrbellin:
    park, 'stork village' Linum, memorial near Hakenberg, draw bridge in Altfriesack, "Zieten" memorial and grave, "Zieten" castle (only from the outside) and church in Wustrau
  • In and around Fürstenberg upon Havel:
    protestant church, wooden bridge towards the Havel park, war memorial in Ravensbrück, cloister ruin in Himmelpfort, 'Schwedtsee' park, forestry museum
  • In and around Gransee:
    local history museum in Gransee, "Ruppiner Tor" (gate), "Pulverturm", Luisen memorial, church, town forest and 'Warte' (an octagonal brick building from the 14th century), "NaturParkHaus" in Menz, Zernikow estate, 'Metas Ruh' (historical cemetery) in Neuglobsow
  • Kremmen:
    historical barn quarter, church
  • In and around Kyritz:
    Saint-Marien-church with picture by disciples of Peter Paul Rubens, ruin of the former Franciscan monastery, 16th century half-timbered houses, Bantikow palace, Renaissance palace in Demerthin
  • Liebenberg:
    palace, museum in Bergsdorf
  • Liebenwalde:
    Local history museum in the former town prison
  • Lindow:
    baroque church in Lindow, picturesque 13th century cloister ruin near lake Wutz—Fontane's favourite site, local history museum, small bird park
  • Löwenberg:
    church
  • Neustadt upon Dosse:
    Brandenburg's main and state stud with coach museum, Knight Kahlbutz's mumie in Kampehl
  • In and around Neuruppin:
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    Löwenapotheke' (chemistry)/Fontane's birthplace, Fontane-memorial, Schinkel-memorial, cloister church, church, 'Up-Hus'--oldest house in town (with restaurant and hotel), town park, 'Altes Gymnasium' (old secondary school), 'Tempelgarten', bulwark, preachers' widows' house, local history museum including  'Fontanezimmer' (Fontane's room) and permanent exhibition on the town's history, different exhibitions on Fontane, Schinkel and the so-called "Neuruppiner Bilderbogen", Temnitz church in Netzeband
  • Oranienburg:
    Oranienburg palace, painting of Electress Luise-Henriette of Oranien, Sachsenhausen memorial, Nikolai church, county museum, Lehnitz lock
  • Rheinsberg:
    Rheinsberg palace and park (first big building by Georg Wenzelslaus von Knobelsdorff), mirror hall, pottery exhibition, Kurt-Tucholsky-memorial
  • Vehlefanz:
    wind mill
  • Velten:
    Oven and pottery museum, baroque church
  • Wusterhausen:
    church, Marien chapel, Stephanus chapel
  • In and around Zehdenick:
    former Cistercian cloister with art gallery, town hall, district court, lock, draw bridge, "Schorfheide", educative nature trail, 'Franziskushof', brick museum in Mildenberg, "Festes Haus" with small local history museum/Badingen, local history museum/Kappe, Bergsdorf museum, gallery/Klein-Mutz

History

  • Fürstenberg upon Havel:
    Ravensbrück is a part of the town of Fürstenberg upon Havel. The memorial tells visitors about the history of the former concentration camp in Ravensbrück where 132,000 children and women as well as 20,000 men from many different European countries were taken and tens of thousands were killed.
  • Lindow:
    Around 1230 Earl Gebhard of Anstein–who also called himself 'Graf von Lindow and Ruppin'– founded a nunnery here.
  • Neuruppin:
    birth places of Theodor Fontane (1819-1898) and Karl Friedrich Schinkel (1781-1841). Here the so-called "Neuruppiner Bilderbogen" was developed (predecessor of today's magazines; topics: education, entertainment and information for everybody). From 1732 until until his royal coronation in 1740 Frederic of Prussia commanded over the regiment.
  • Oranienburg:
    (formerly: Bötzow) In 1650 a gift by Frederic William to his wife Luise Henriette of Oranien
  • Sachsenhausen:
    built in 1936 as concentration camp  (until 1945 200,000 prisoners from 47 countries were imprisoned here, more than 100,000 were killed by the SS)
  • Rheinsberg:
    Crown prince Frederic, who later on became King Frederic II of Prussia, lived here from 1736 until 1740, since 1762 pottery production

Regional Events

  • Alt Ruppin: parade
  • Badingen: historical village festival, farmers' market
  • Fürstenberg upon Havel: Brandenburg water festival,  Whitsun regatta
  • Gransee: historical town festival
  • Kyritz: Bassewitz festival, town festival
  • Lindow: town festival, parade, summer concerts in the town park and in the church
  • Linum: stork festival
  • Menz: forest festival
  • Mildenberg: farmers' market, 'Crafts' Day', 'Day of the open Memorial'
  • Neuglobsow: festival on the banks of lake Stechlin, anglers' festival
  • Neuruppin: May and harbour festival, Martini market, wine festival, Dixie-days
  • Oranienburg: town festival
  • Rheinsberg: harbour festival with crafts fair, Whitsun music days, pottery market
  • Schmachtenhagen: county harvest festival
  • Seilershof: Neptun festival
  • Velten: crafts fair
  • Zehdenick: harbour festival, street festival, sailors' ball
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