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Gosen Canal

The Gosen Canal is a canal in the eastern suburbs of Berlin, the capital city of Germany. It takes its name from the village Gosen, at the southern end of the canal. It is 4 kilometres in length and links the Dameritzsee and Seddinsee lakes. The ...

                                               

Griebnitz Canal

The Griebnitz Canal, formerly known as the Prinz-Friedrich-Leopold-Kanal, is a canal in the western suburbs of Berlin, the capital city of Germany. It consists of a chain of small lakes: the Stolpchensee), Pohlesee, and Kleiner Wannsee), together ...

                                               

Griebnitzsee

Griebnitzsee) is a lake in the western outskirts of Berlin, the capital city of Germany. At an elevation of 29.4 m, its surface area is ca. 0.592 km². The lake forms the border between the German states of Berlin and Brandenburg. It is bordered i ...

                                               

GroS Glienicker See

GroS Glienicker See is a lake in the states of Brandenburg and Berlin, Germany. At an elevation of 31.6 m, its surface area is 0.66 km². The border between the city of Potsdam and the city of Berlin runs in a north–south direction through the cen ...

                                               

Hansaviertel

The Hansaviertel is the smallest Ortsteil of Berlin and is between GroSer Tiergarten and the Spree River, within the central Mitte borough of Berlin. The district was almost completely destroyed during World War II but was rebuilt from 1957 to 19 ...

                                               

Haselhorst

Haselhorst is a locality in the borough of Spandau in Berlin. It is located between Siemensstadt and the Old Town of Spandau and is separated from the Hakenfelde locality by the River Havel.

                                               

Heiligensee

Heiligensee is a locality within Reinickendorf, a borough of the German capital, Berlin. It has 17.780 inhabitants and an area of 10.7 km 2.

                                               

Hellersdorf

Hellersdorf is a locality in the borough of Marzahn-Hellersdorf in Berlin. Between 1986 and Berlins 2001 administrative reform, it was a borough in its own right, consisting of the current area of Hellersdorf as well as Kaulsdorf and Mahlsdorf.

                                               

Hohenschonhausen

Hohenschonhausen was a borough of Berlin, that existed from 1985 until Berlins 2001 administrative reform. It comprised the localities of Alt-Hohenschonhausen, Neu-Hohenschonhausen, Malchow, Wartenberg and Falkenberg.

                                               

Luisenstadt Canal

The Luisenstadt Canal, or Luisenstadtischer Kanal, is a 2.3-kilometre-long former canal in Berlin, Germany. It is named after the Luisenstadt district and ran through todays districts of Kreuzberg and Mitte, linking the Landwehr Canal with the Sp ...

                                               

Markisches Viertel

Markisches Viertel is a German locality in the borough of Reinickendorf in Berlin. Its name refers to the March of Brandenburg.

                                               

Mehringplatz

Mehringplatz is a round plaza at the southern tip of the Friedrichstadt neighbourhood in Kreuzberg, Berlin. It marks the southern end of FriedrichstraSe. Until 1970 both LindenstraSe and Wilhelmstrasse led into it. In 1947 it was renamed after th ...

                                               

Monbijou Park

Monbijou Park is a park in Mitte, a district of Berlin, Germany. The park is bounded to the south by the river Spree, to the west by MonbijoustraSe, and to the north Oranienburger StraSe and Monbijouplatz. It is close to the Friedrichstadt Palast ...

                                               

Rathaus Spandau

The Rathaus Spandau is the town hall of the borough of Spandau in the western suburbs of Berlin, the capital city of Germany. It was designed by Heinrich Reinhardt and Georg SuSenguth, and was built between 1910 and 1913. Until 1920, when Spandau ...

                                               

SchloSplatz (Berlin)

SchloSplatz is a square located on Museum Island in Berlin, Germany. It measures about 225 m by 175 m, with its long side oriented on an axis approximately southwest/northeast. At its west corner is the Schlossbrucke, from which Unter den Linden ...

                                               

Seddinsee

The Seddinsee is a lake in the south-eastern outskirts of Berlin, the capital city of Germany. The lake is aligned south-west to north-east, with its south-western end adjacent to the Berlin suburb of Schmockwitz. Here the Seddinsee meets the Zeu ...

                                               

Stolpe (Berlin)

Stolpe is a historic village in the western suburbs of Berlin, the capital city of Germany. It is situated in the locality of Wannsee, in the borough of Steglitz-Zehlendorf. Stolpe has a documented history going back to 1299. At the western side ...

                                               

Teltow Canal

The Teltow Canal, also known as the Teltowkanal in German, is a canal to the south of Berlin, the capital city of Germany. The canal lies in both the states of Berlin and Brandenburg, and at points forms the boundary between the two. It takes its ...

                                               

GroSer Wannsee

The GroSer Wannsee, "Great Wannsee") is a bight of the Havel river near the locality of Wannsee and Nikolassee, a south-western suburb of the German capital Berlin not far from Potsdam. Between the river itself and the Wannsee lies the Breite, or ...

                                               

WeiSer See (Berlin)

WeiSer See is a lake in the Weissensee district of Berlin, Germany. Its surface area is 8.3011ha and volume 360.606m 3. With a depth of 10.64m it is one of the deepest areas of water in Berlin. Its dimensions are approx. 300m East-West by 350m No ...

                                               

Westhafen Canal

The Westhafen Canal, or Westhafenkanal in German, is a canal in Berlin, Germany. The 3.1-kilometre long canal connects with the Westhafen inland port and the Berlin-Spandau Ship Canal at its eastern end, and with the River Spree in Charlottenburg ...

                                               

Ahrensfelde

Ahrensfelde is a municipality in the district of Barnim, in Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated on the Barnim Plateau at the city limits of Berlin, about 13 km northeast of the city centre. The municipal area comprises the villages of Ahrensfeld ...

                                               

Altdobern

Altdobern lies in Lower Lusatia, but is not part of its sorbian inhabited area. The flat landscape is dominated by large forests and new lakes created from the remainings of former opencast lignite mines since the 1990s. One of these is 880 ha 22 ...

                                               

Am Mellensee

Am Mellensee is a municipality in the Teltow-Flaming district of Brandenburg, Germany. The municipality, south of Berlin, is the home of the Benedictine Abbey of St. Gertrud. An Associated Press story appearing in the August 1, 2011 online versio ...

                                               

Bad Saarow

Bad Saarow is a municipality in the Oder-Spree district, in Brandenburg, Germany. The place is known for its hot springs and for its mineral-rich mud. Their healing properties have attracted visitors for many years, and in 1923 led to the towns n ...

                                               

Barenkasten

Barenkasten is a ruined castle in Oderberg, Brandenburg, Germany. The castle was built in the second part of the 14th century. It was built in the south of the city to protect the passage over the River Oder. During the Thirty Years War the castl ...

                                               

Baruth/Mark

Baruth/Mark is structured in the following parts of town, which are all villages and mainly former municipalities: Baruth/Mark Klein Ziescht Kemlitz Dornswalde GroS Ziescht Horstwalde Klasdorf Glashutte Paplitz Charlottenfelde Petkus Merzdorf Muc ...

                                               

Beetzsee

The Beetzsee is a lake in the state of Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated to the north and east of the city of Brandenburg an der Havel. It consists of four lake separate lake basins, which are connected by narrow channels. The uppermost of the ...

                                               

Biosphare Potsdam

The Biosphare Potsdam is an indoor tropical botanical garden located in the Volkspark Potsdam, a park between the Sanssouci Park and the Neuer Garten Potsdam at Georg-Hermann-Allee 99, Potsdam, Brandenburg, Germany. It is open daily; an admission ...

                                               

Birkenwerder

Birkenwerder is situated in the south of Oberhavel. The northern border of Berlin is 3 kilometres away. Birkenwerder shares his border with Oranienburg in the north, Muhlenbecker Land in the east and Hohen Neuendorf in the south and in the north. ...

                                               

Blankenfelde-Mahlow

Blankenfelde-Mahlow is a municipality in the Teltow-Flaming district of Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated approximately 3 kilometres south of Berlin.

                                               

Bornstedt Crown Estate

The Bornstedt Crown Estate is a former royal estate and, today, a tourist attraction in the Potsdam borough of Bornstedt. It belongs to the ensemble of palaces and gardens of Sanssouci Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The estate - the ...

                                               

Brandenburg City Canal

The Brandenburg City Canal, or Brandenburger Stadtkanal in German, is a canal in the German state of Brandenburg. It provides a 4-kilometre route through the centre of the city of Brandenburg an der Havel. At its upstream end, the canal diverges ...

                                               

Breitlingsee

The Breitlingsee, or Breitling See, is a lake in the state of Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated to the west of the city of Brandenburg an der Havel, and is one of a number of directly linked lakes, along with the Moserscher See, Plauer See, Qu ...

                                               

Briesen (Mark)

Briesen is a village and a municipality in the Oder-Spree district, Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated east of the capital Berlin, between the towns Furstenwalde and Frankfurt an der Oder. Briesen was first mentioned in 1403.

                                               

Caputh, Brandenburg

Caputh is a village in the municipality of Schwielowsee, Potsdam-Mittelmark, Brandenburg, Germany. Caputh got a railway station in 1904. Since the early 20th century it was seen as a remote residential area by wealthy urban people.

                                               

Dahlewitz

Dahlewitz is a village on the southern outskirts of Berlin, Germany, just north of the Route 10 autobahn. Since October 2003, Dahlewitz has been part of the Blankenfelde-Mahlow municipality, in the district of Teltow-Flaming.

                                               

Dahme Flood Relief Canal

The Dahme Flood Relief Canal, or Dahme-Umflutkanal in German, is a canal in the German state of Brandenburg. Its principal purpose is to divert water from the upper reaches of the River Spree just below Leibsch, to run into the River Dahme at Mar ...

                                               

Dahme, Brandenburg

Dahme is a town in the Teltow-Flaming district of Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated on the Dahme River, 30 km southeast of Luckenwalde, and 38 km west of Lubbenau.

                                               

Dubrower Berge

The Dubrower Berge are an ice age range of hills in the German state of Brandenburg. They lie about six kilometres southeast of Furstenwalde/Spree in the county of Oder-Spree in the triangle between the villages of Langewahl, Alt Golm in the muni ...

                                               

Ellbogensee

Ellbogensee is a lake in the Mecklenburg Lake District, in Germany. Although most of the lake is in the district of Mecklenburgische Seenplatte in the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, a portion of its southern shore is in the state of Brandenburg ...

                                               

Elsterwerda

Elsterwerda is a town in the Elbe-Elster district, in southwestern Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated on the Black Elster river, 48 km northwest of Dresden, and 11 km southeast of Bad Liebenwerda.

                                               

Falkenberg/Elster

Falkenberg is a town in the Elbe-Elster district, in southwestern Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated near the river Schwarze Elster, 16 km east of Torgau, and 13 km northwest of Bad Liebenwerda.

                                               

Fehrbellin

Fehrbellin is a municipality in Germany, located 60 km NW of Berlin. It had 9.310 inhabitants as of 2005, but has since declined to 8.606 inhabitants in 2012.

                                               

Finow Canal

The Finow Canal is one of the oldest artificial waterways in Europe. Construction began in 1605 The channel, about 50 kilometres long, is in the German state of Brandenburg in the Barnim district. It was built for the first time in 1605 and conne ...

                                               

Flaming Heath

The Flaming Heath is a region and hill chain that reaches over 100 km from the Elbe river to the Dahme River in the German states Saxony-Anhalt and Brandenburg. Its highest elevation is the Hagelberg. The name Flaming originates from the 12th cen ...

                                               

Friedland, Brandenburg

Friedland is a town in the Oder-Spree district, in Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated in the historic Lower Lusatia region, about 8 km south of Beeskow, and 39 km north of Cottbus.

                                               

Gartz

Gartz is a town in the Uckermark district in Brandenburg, Germany. It is located on the West bank of the Oder River, about 20 km south of Szczecin.

                                               

Gollenberg

The municipality is named after the Gollenberg near Stolln and was created December 31, 2002 when the municipalities of Schonholz-Neuwerder and Stolln were merged.

                                               

Gransee

Gransee is a town in the Oberhavel district, in Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated 20 km south of Furstenberg/Havel, and 55 km northwest of Berlin. An important monument in the centre of town is the cast-iron and stone Memorial to Queen Luise, ...