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Lindow [Mark]

Lindow in the Margraviate of Brandenburg is also called the city of the three lakes. Dreamlike embedded between Wutzsee lake, Gudelacksee lake and Vielitzsee lake, surrounded by Naturpark Stechlin-Ruppiner Land nature reserve this small town is a gem. The region is characterized by water, wood, idyllic landscapes and inextricably linked with the great Theodor Fontane, who describes the natural treasures in his works. In addition to the infinite beauty of the region there are still many other places worth seeing in the licenced recreational resort Lindow and surroundings. For example, Kloster Lindow monastery or Schloss Rheinsberg palace. Here some addresses with useful information from us. For more information also visit the Lindow Tourist Office website or Ruppiner Seenland Tourism Service website.

Attractions

Kunstsammlung Penz Landgut GühlenKloster LindowVogelpark LindowFontanestadt NeuruppinTempelgarten NeuruppinSchloss Rheinsberg
Kunstsammlung Penz Landgut Gühlen[c] Kunstsammlung-Penz | Matthias-Koeppel, Abendmahl, 1982

Kunstsammlung Penz Landgut Gühlen

Distance: 0 km

Besides being an event location, Landgut Gühlen also hosts and presents the Kunstsammlung Penz art collection. With drawings, paintings, photos by around forty artists such as Elvira Bach and Johannes Grützke, the permanent collection offers a singular perspective of the realism of the 1970s and 1980s of Berlin-West.

Kloster Lindow[c] Stadt Lindow

Kloster Lindow

Distance: 3 km

Kloster Lindow monastery was founded by Count of Arnstein in 1230 and used as a convent of the cistercian order. Before it was destroyed by thirty years war, the monastery building with its abbey ruin was one of the richest monasteries of Brandenburg March. The monastery is famous because of the legend of the beautiful nun and became template for Fontane's Stechlin novel.

Vogelpark Lindow[c] Fotolia.com | Martina Berg

Vogelpark Lindow

Distance: 3 km

Lindow Vogelpark bird park is really worth a visit. In this small bird park you will see the rich colours of birds from all over the planet. The privately operated bird park is well kept and you can look 250 cute birds from 30 of lovely species close and hear them singing. Other interesting visits are the museum of local history and the monastery mill.

Fontanestadt Neuruppin[c] TMB-Fotoarchiv | Harald Hirsch

Fontanestadt Neuruppin

Distance: 16 km

Ruppiner Land landscape: Sand, heath, pines only? This claim was disproved also by the great novelist Theodor Fontane, descendancy from the Huguenots and Margraviate of Brandenburg-born man. If you have extra time, consider a stop of our Fontane landscape and explore our Neuruppin Fontane city’s fascinating past.

Tempelgarten Neuruppin[c] Tempelgarten Neuruppin e.V.

Tempelgarten Neuruppin

Distance: 16 km

Piece of Orient in Brandenburg. Created by crown prince Frederick for himself as extraordinary place of retreat and for cultivating fruits and vegetables. There is were Sanssouci architect von Knobelsdorff erected the Apollo temple in 1735. Added with Moorish style in 1853, the baroque garden is rightly described as being a gem of temple gardens in Germany.

Schloss Rheinsberg[c] TMB-Fotoarchiv | Yorck Maecke

Schloss Rheinsberg

Distance: 16 km

Picturesquely located on Grienericksee lake, Schloss Rheinsberg palace is often described as cute and amazing and people named it court of muses. Prince Heinrich of Prussia left his footprint on it. If you are searching for a taste of Prussian history, discover the historic sites and thereby gain insight into the grandiose lifestyle of bygone times.