Village church Kratzeburg, © Wikipedia
Monuments and Sights, Historical Buildings, Churches

The hall church, built in 1786, was built in half-timbering and has a baroque interior.

Built in 1786 as a half-timbered building, the interior of the church shows baroque furnishings with a pulpit altar. Particularly noteworthy is the late Gothic carved altar with a crucifixion scene (originally from the church in Schillersdorf). The church Kratzeburg belongs to the parish Neustrelitz-Kiefernheide.

Contact the Neustrelitz parish office: Goethestr. 25/27, 17235 Neustrelitz Tel.: 03981/443987, e-mail: kratzeburg@elkm.de

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Dorfkirche Kratzeburg

Dorfstraße
17237 Kratzeburg


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03981 443987
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  • Am Tiergarten, 17235 Neustrelitz

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

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Campsite "Bolter Ufer" C15

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Welcome to the campsite "Bolter Ufer" C 15, in the state-recognized resort of Rechlin OT Boeker Mühle. The campsite with a catamaran and surfing mill is located directly on the south-eastern bank of the Müritz, in the middle of a mixed forest.

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World of Experience of the State Center for Renewable Energies

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  • Am Kiefernwald, 17235 Neustrelitz

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Slavic village Neustrelitz

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  • Franzosensteg, 17235 Neustrelitz

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Orangery Neustrelitz

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  • 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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Canoe base Blankenförde

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Cormorant Canoe Touring

  • Granzin Havelbrücke, 17237 Kratzeburg-Granzin

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St. Johanniskirche Boek

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 17248 Boek

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  • Lindenallee, 17219 Ankershagen

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  • An der Promenade, 17235 Neustrelitz

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  • Burg, 17217 Penzlin

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Hohenzieritz Castle

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  • Schlossplatz, 17237 Hohenzieritz

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  • Boeker Straße, 17248 Boek

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