Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Zarrentin Am Schaalsee ...

... location of Zarrentin am Schaalsee ...
... between 1982 and 1990 Zarrentin served as
East German inner German border crossing for
cars travelling along today's Bundesautobahn 24
between the East
German Democratic Republic,
or West Berlin and the West German
Federal Republic of Germany ...

source: en.wikipedia.org

... coat of arms of Zarrentin ...

... Fischhaus - Hotel am Schaalsee ... (DE)
by fischhaus-schaalsee.de
... official site ...
... Der historische Fachwerkbau am idyllischen Schaalsee
beherbergte einst die Küsterschule. Für das heutige Fischhaus
wurde die Fassade liebevoll auf traditionelle Weise mit rotem
Backstein restauriert. In einer Verbindung von Tradition und
Moderne wurde im Inneren ein warmes Wohlfühlambiente,
das 63 Gästen Platz bietet, gestaltet. Durch den Garten mit
seinen Obstbäumen führt der Weg direkt an das Seeufer.
Lassen Sie sich in unserem Restaurant verwöhnen
und genießen den Blick auf das Wasser
...


... room with a view, on North German Plain
farmhouses
and on a yellow Hummer ... (EN)
by en.wikipedia.org
... was a marque of trucks sold by General Motors ...

... half-timbered house in the Amtsstraße ...

... plan of the Zarrentin Abbey (1248-1552)
Cistercian nuns convent ...
... At the beginning, the convent and church grounds
together formed a closed rectangle.
The convent itself was founded in 1246.
source: m-vp.de

... abbey church dedicated in 1193 ...
... After 1460, the nave was built in gothic style ...
source: m-vp.de

... examination building of the former monastery,
today the building serves as the seat of Zarrentin,
a museum, library and an event hall ...

... Petermännchen -
'Teufel und Maräne /
devil with whitefish'
by Michael Krüger ...
... part of the Legends and Fairy Tales trail
Mecklenburg ...


... Museum of Local History - Amtsscheune / barn ...

... an East-German border marker, a warning sign
and
a pair of chevaux-de-frise barricades, relics
of the former Inner German Border
in
the garden of the Museum of Local History ...


... the Biosphere Reserve “Schaalsee” ...
... Schaalsee landscape was formed during the Ice Age.
Schaalsee itself is the deepest lake of northern
Germany with an extension of 24 km2, surrounded
by many smaller lakes, hill moors, fens, natural
forests and extensively used meadowland.
The lake Schaalsee was crossed by the Inner German
border. Schaalsee is an important resting and
breeding area for aquatic birds like the White-
tailed Eagle and the Marsh Harrier and for
forest species like the Boreal Owl.
The Fire-bellied Toad has an important
population in this region.

source: greenbelt.eu

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