Manor house Sommersdorf, © A.Groh
Castles and Manors

The manor house in Sommersdorf, formerly Alt-Sommersdorf, is located in the middle of the charming forest, meadow and lake landscape around Lake Kummerow.

The Sommersdorf estate was owned by the von Maltzahn family, who had their headquarters on the neighboring Kummerow estate. The Rewoldt family is mentioned as the last owner. After the previous building burned down in 1924, the building was rebuilt in a modified form. During the National Socialist era, the manor house was used as a "farm school for the education of young women farmers". After 1945 refugees moved into the manor house, and later it was also used for residential purposes. In 2005, the manor house underwent construction works on the outer facade and the roof. Today there are apartments in the house. A farm building is the seat of the volunteer fire department of Sommersdorf.

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Gutshaus Sommersdorf

Bürgermeister
Schlossplatz
17111 Sommersdorf


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Ivenacker oaks in the haze, © TMV/ Thomas Grundner

Ivenack Oaks National Natural Monument

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  • Eichenallee, 17153 Ivenack

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Manor house old farm Dargun

  • Altbauhof, 17159 Dargun

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  • Gutshaus, 17111 Borrentin

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  • Schloss, 17159 Dargun

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Autumn at Ivenack Castle, © DOMUSImages

Ivenack Castle

  • Am Schloss, 17153 Ivenack

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Kummerow Castle - the south facade, © Alexander Rudolph

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  • Am Schloss, 17139 Kummerow

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  • Schloss, 17159 Dargun

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  • Bahnhofstr., 17159 Dargun

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  • Kirchstr., 17111 Verchen

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  • Lindenweg, 17166 Hohen Mistorf

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  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 17111 Sommersdorf

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