View of Marcus Square and Malchin City Hall, © Monika Kröger
Historical Buildings

In 1927, the new town hall was inaugurated after the old building burned down in 1925.

It was built according to the drawings of the Malchin town councilor Erich Tietböhl and extension and detail plans of the architect Paul Korff. It is equipped with a mansard hipped roof. Five half-wall columns emphasize the entrance. The town hall hall hall with its colorful guild signs is the showpiece of the town hall.

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The Liepen moated castle and the servants' quarters can be reached from the park via a small wooden bridge., © Burmeister

Liepen moated castle

  • Liepen, 17139 Liepen

Liepen moated castle is located on an island surrounded by an idyllic park. It was built in the 15th century by the Count Hahn family, who live here again today. The medieval vaulted cellar belongs to the oldest part of the castle complex and can be visited

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Manor smithy and manor bakery in Teschow

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Gutshofallee, 17166 Teterow / Teschow

The old forge and the bakehouse are parts of the former estate, which was owned by the von Blücher family from 1835 to 1945.

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Schorssow lakeside castle with plenty of open space, © Seeschloss Schorssow

Lake castle Schorssow

  • Am Haussee, 17166 Schorssow

In the land of hills and old trees, nestled in the nature park Mecklenburg Switzerland, lies the lake castle Schorssow directly on the idyllic Haussee. The English landscape park, which appears like an island between the lake and the brooks, creates a pleasant tranquility.

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Ivenacker oaks in the haze, © TMV/ Thomas Grundner

Ivenack Oaks National Natural Monument

  • Open today
  • Eichenallee, 17153 Ivenack

The 1,000-year-old Ivenacker oaks belong to the Ivenacker Tiergarten. They are cultural and natural historical highlight of the area.

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the manor house, © Annkatrin Rabe

Manor house Wolkwitz

  • Gutshaus, 17111 Borrentin

The Wolkwitz manor house is beautifully nestled in the gently hilly surroundings of Lake Kummerow.

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The baroque half-timbered parsonage in Rambow, © Silke Voss

Rambow parsonage

  • Kirchstraße, 17194 Rambow

Picking from a hammock of golden parmains, cox orange and jonathan? Sounds like paradise and it is, because it is possible in the Rambow parish garden. Retired pastor Eckart Hübener invites guests to stay in the associated baroque half-timbered parsonage.

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Kummerow Castle - the south facade, © Alexander Rudolph

Kummerow Castle

  • Am Schloss, 17139 Kummerow

The baroque palace on the shores of Lake Kummerow was renovated to the highest standards of historic preservation. The castle houses a private collection of modern art with a focus on international photography.

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Autumn at Ivenack Castle, © DOMUSImages

Ivenack Castle

  • Am Schloss, 17153 Ivenack

The older, middle part of the castle dates back to the 16th century - the monastery building. A first extension took place in 1709 and after passing to the Imperial Counts v. Plessen around 1750. The semicircular stables, the orangery, the tea house and the church also date from this period. Around 1810, the castle was again extended by two wings. Since 2016, it has been renovated in accordance with the preservation order. The 1000-year-old Ivenack oaks in the former animal park are Germany's first national natural monument.

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© Jana Koch

Mill district Teterow

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Mühlenstraße, 17166 Teterow

Historic ensemble of old town mill, mill pond and old fire engine house.

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© Jana Koch

Schulkamp plant Teterow

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  • Schulkamp, 17166 Teterow

On the area of today's Schulkamp there were fields and gardens until the 19th century. They belonged to the endowment of the Fiedler school foundation (Felix Fiedler 1661-1705 pastor in Teterow) and were leased to the town. The lease income was used to support poor pupils.

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© Jana Koch

Memorial Teterow

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  • Zum Ehrenmal, 17166 Teterow

Simple, true and personal memorial to 300 members of the Teterow parish who died in World War 1.

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© Jana Koch

Marketplace Teterow

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Am Markt, 17166 Teterow

Geographically, Teterow is the center of the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The center is marked by a cast-iron relief plate created by the artist Günter Kaden from Wendischhagen on the market square.

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© Peter Ramsch

Rambow Hof playground

  • Rambow Hof, 17194 Rambow

A small playground with a large meadow, covered rest area, swing and slide. A directly adjacent parking lot is the starting point for a longer hike through Mecklenburg Switzerland.

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© Peter Ramsch

Pound pit manor house Rambow Hof

  • Rambow Hof, 17194 Moltzow

The Pfundgrube Gutshaus Rambow Hof is a treasure trove of culture and nature in the middle of the idyllic landscape of Mecklenburg Switzerland. This excursion destination offers a unique blend of historical significance and cultural diversity, nestled in the small village of Rambow.

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Bristow village church

  • Dörpstrat, 17166 Schorssow

As one of the earliest Protestant churches and the oldest Protestant village church in Mecklenburg, the Renaissance church in Bristow is of outstanding importance for the cultural history of the region.

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