Category Archives: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Again at the Castle of Schwerin

Wintertime rainy days. What to do? Let’s go to Schwerin and have a look again at the castle. It is always interesting and being with friends it is much more fun. This is no history lesson about the castle in … Continue reading

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Unknown Beauty near to Schwerin – Wiligrad

Slowly slowly I am trying to visit all major castles or manors in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, one of the northern German regions along the Baltic Sea. After the Schwerin Schloss, Schloss Ludwigslust and Schloss Bothmer it was Schloss Wiligrad this time. The … Continue reading

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120 Hectare of Pure Joy

Ludwigslust Palace is a wonderful palace just 40 kilometers south of Schwerin. And like all great royal homes it has a very huge park for leisure. The gardens are open all year long and there is no entrance-fee required. The … Continue reading

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A Church in the Guise of a Dorian Temple

The church is part of the ensemble of the Ludwigslust Palace in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, just 40 kilometers south from Schwerin. The church is the most unexpected I have ever seen. The front or facade looks like a Dorian temple. The church … Continue reading

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Pomp and Splendor in the Ludwigslust Palace

This summer I was exploring another palace in the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern region in northeast Germany. Pomp and splendor on a high level, surrounded by an enormous park, a so-called palace garden and with a very unique church facing the palace. I … Continue reading

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