We take the regional train to a town where time seems to stand still, where medieval architecture and modern culture interweave seamlessly. Stendal, a jewel of the Altmark region, invites you to take a journey through its winding alleyways.
Preserving the knowledge and traditions of bygone days and passing them on to the present generation in an understandable way is the task of a museum. I visited the open-air museum in Schwerin and not only learned something about the life of the Mecklenburg rural population from the 17th century, but also learned a lot about the life of bees. Especially the visit to the bees impressed me very much.
The Müritzeum is located on the edge of the beautiful old town of Waren. The nature experience centre
offers an insight into the local animal and plant world on an exhibition area of over 2000 m². We visited the Müritzeum and I was thrilled by what was on offer on site.
In Berlin Tegel between the constantly rushing highway and industrial enterprises lies Berlin’s only civil Russian Orthodox cemetery. The cemetery is owned by the Brotherhood of St. Prince Vladimir.
Eating in Schwerin – that can be good, cheap, expensive, vegetarian, sweet, savory…. There is a wide selection of good restaurants and my 4 days on site were just enough to compile 8 tips. Taste-wise, they all convinced me and I’m looking forward to discovering more when I visit the city again.
We spent a few days in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, in the area of the Mecklenburg Lake District. We explored this beautiful area in many different ways – by bike, by canoe, by steamer and we reached some places by car.