CULTURAL HERITAGE AND NATURAL BEAUTY
Why do you think the self-proclaimed Kings of Prussia simply refused to part with their ancestral title, Margrave of Brandenburg? Was it because of tradition? Or from a sense of power? No, it must have been love for this beautiful corner of the earth. And so, over the course of time, the Margraviate of Brandenburg developed a landscape full of stone witnesses to bygone days, a landscape which tells a story: noble mansions and manor houses, royal residences, a majestic stud farm and the idyllic summer houses of Berlin poets and intellectuals decorate the area north-west of Berlin like tiny sparkling jewels – surrounded by idyllic lakes in the midst of small forests of spruce trees, magnificent avenues and fields of wheat stretching out towards the horizon.
Even aviation pioneer Otto Lilienthal was here, so why not wander in his tracks… a voyage of discovery by bicycle, horse-drawn carriage or boat, until the evening sun bathes the Markgravian landscape in its most beautiful red-violet hues.