Discover the almost authentic pictorial motifs of the artist born in Greifswald - Caspar David Friedrich. At vantage points, which Friedrich chose as motifs for his works and which are still preserved today, you can recreate the typical Friedrich mood.
The Greifswald Caspar-David-Friedrich-Bildweg leads through the city of Greifswald and its immediate surroundings. At 15 stations, the walker will discover important places in the life and work of the painter.
The journey begins at Lange Straße 57, at the painter's birthplace, and then leads through the historic old town, past the large museum harbor with its many traditional ships, to the Eldena monastery ruins. The Bildweg can be easily explored on foot or by bike. Public guided tours are also offered through the Caspar David Friedrich Center.
In the brochure "Caspar David Friedrich. A tour in his footsteps in Greifswald" you can find detailed information about the life and work of the painter.
Available at the Caspar David Friedrich Center, at the Greifswald Information Office on the market square and at the Pomeranian State Museum.