Klosterkirche Wanzka_1(1), © TMV/Gohlke
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The monastery church in Wanzka was originally a Protestant brick church.

It belonged to the Cistercian monastery, which was founded in 1283. The church burned down in 1833 and was rebuilt in 1843 as a neo-Gothic building. The church was reopened after extensive renovation work.

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Klosterkirche Wanzka

Am Kloster 7
17237 Wanzka


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World of Experience of the State Center for Renewable Energies

  • Open today
  • Am Kiefernwald, 17235 Neustrelitz

This is not offered anywhere else: the unique exhibition "Resource Chamber Earth" in the world of experience of the State Center for Renewable Energies (Leea) in Neustrelitz. Understand - Experience - Participate!

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Zoo Neustrelitz

  • Open today
  • Am Tiergarten, 17235 Neustrelitz

One of the oldest zoos in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern - rustic habitat for 450 animals!

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Slavic village Neustrelitz

  • Franzosensteg, 17235 Neustrelitz

A visit to the Slavic Village at Lake Zierk is an excursion into the early medieval settlement history of the region. Here you can be active and creative.

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Orangery Neustrelitz

  • Temporarily closed
  • An der Promenade, 17235 Neustrelitz

One of the most beautiful classicist garden salons in northern Germany is located in the palace garden of the residential town of Neustrelitz

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Hohenzieritz Castle

  • Closed today
  • Schlossplatz, 17237 Hohenzieritz

Hohenzieritz went down in history as the place where the legendary Queen Luise of Prussia died. The castle was once the summer residence of the Dukes of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. Today, a memorial in the castle provides information about Queen Luise. One of the earliest landscape gardens in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern extends behind the palace. It was created from 1771 by the English garden architect Thomson.

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Kunsthaus Koldenhof

  • Temporarily closed
  • Lindenallee, 17258 Feldberger Seenlandschaft OT Koldenhof

At Kunsthaus Koldenhof you can experience contemporary art in changing exhibitions, readings and realize your own creativity in various workshops.Opening hours: 29.April-03.October: Thu-Sun 11.00 - 17.00 hrs

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Penzlin Castle - Witch Museum

  • Open today
  • Burg, 17217 Penzlin

Cultural History Museum of Everyday Magic and Witch Persecutions in Mecklenburg

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Neustrelitz State Theater

  • Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Straße, 17235 Neustrelitz

The Landestheater in Neustrelitz is rich in tradition and invites audiences of all ages to enjoy plays and musical theater. Every summer, the theater stages opulent operetta productions open air during the festival in the castle garden.

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Neustrelitz Palace Gardens

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • An der Promenade, 17235 Neustrelitz

The ducal Palaca Garden in Neustrelitz is a gem of 18th and 19th century garden art. In all seasons it invites you to stroll and discover.

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Cultural Quarter Mecklenburg-Strelitz

  • Open today
  • Schloßstraße, 17235 Neustrelitz

Discover. Marvel. Linger. Encounter.

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Marketplace Neustrelitz

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Tiergartenalle, 17235 Neustrelitz

The star-shaped late baroque city layout of the residential town of Neustrelitz is unique in Europe - eight streets lead from the market square in all directions

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Neustrelitz city church

  • Markt, 17235 Neustrelitz

One of the most important landmarks of the residential town of Neustrelitz. From the viewing platform you can enjoy the most beautiful view over Neustrelitz and the surrounding area.

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Observation tower Behmshöhe

  • Open today
  • 17033 Neubrandenburg

See the four-gate city of Neubrandenburg from above? The Behmshöhe observation tower invites you to an impressive view.

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Hotel Garni Schlossgarten

  • Tiergartenstraße, 17235 Neustrelitz

Your Hotel Garni at the baroque palace garden in the heart of the residence city

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Prillwitz hunting lodge

  • Prillwitz, 17237 Hohenzieritz

In 1890 the house was built as a hunting lodge of the Grand Duke of Strelitz in the neo-Renaissance style. The old manor house next to it is a simple 11-axis building over two floors. The facade of the hunting lodge is richly articulated and changes from red clinker to sandstone. The theme of hunting is found in the decor of the house. Inside, parts of the wall paneling have been preserved. Also noteworthy is the beautiful lake location on the Lieps.

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