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Kurfurstenstrasse 15, Potsdam, Brandenburg, 14467, Germany
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Travel Tips for Potsdam

Havel Lakes

by Imbi

The attractive surroundings of Potsdam’s Havel Lakes offer a large number of opportunities to locals to find relaxation both by the water and on the water.
Locals explore these lakes either on ferries or in their own boats.

Werder/Havel

by sabsi

It's a little town outside Potsdam (You can get there by S-Bahn from Potsdam or Berlin). It's situated on an island, there are many apple trees, old houses, cobblestone streets, Fish restaurants and a gorgeous scenery there! Go there for a day to see something else than cars, houses and traffic jams.
You can see pics of our rowing trips here

Sanssouci Picture Gallery

by DEBBBEDB

I have a picture of this but did not write anything about it at the time. I read now that it is the oldest museum built for a ruler in Germany that still exists. I guess there must be some museums that were built for rulers in Germany which have been destroyed. It seems a kind of funny distinction. My picture shows the central domed bow of three bays.

It was built from 1755 to 1764 on the site of a former greenhouse. The architect was Johann Gottfried Büring. It stands on the site of a former greenhouse, where Frederick raised tropical fruit.

Glienicke Bridge

by grandmaR

On our boat trip there was some narrative and one of the things they pointed out to us was this bridge.

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Glienicker Brücke, the bridge that connects the state capital of Potsdam with the federal capital of Berlin, was one of the most renowned monuments of the Cold War up to the fall of the Berlin Wall. Until the political change in 1989, Glienicke Bridge was not only a prominent border village, but also a point of exchange for secret agents of both political systems who had been taken prisoner. Today, Glienicke Bridge is not only a popular backdrop for television commercials, but above all a beautiful vantage point with a view of Schlosspark Glienicke (castle grounds), Babelsberg Castle and Park as well as Sacrower Heilandskirche (church of the Saviour).

Once a secondary border crossing point between East and West, it was on this bridge that in 1989 many Potsdam inhabitants crossed for the first time in 28 years into the West when the wall came down. There is a plaque on the bridge commemorating this historical moment.

This bridge was also the point at which in 1962, during the cold war, an American pilot accused of spying by the Soviets was secretly exchanged for one of their men who was on a 30 year jail sentence in the US.

Chinese tea house

by mvtouring

The Chinese House (German: Chinesisches Haus) is a garden pavilion in Sanssouci Park in Potsdam. Frederick the Great had it built, about seven hundred meters southwest of the Sanssouci Summer Palace, to adorn his flower and vegetable garden. The garden architect was Johnn Gottfried Büring, who between 1755 and 1764 designed the pavilion in the then-popular style of Chinoiserie, a mixture of ornamental rococo elements and parts of Oriental architecture.

The unusually long building time of nine years is attributed to the Seven Years' War, during which Prussia's economic and financial situation suffered significantly. Only after the end of the war in 1763 were the chambers inside the pavilion furnished. As the building served not only as a decorative piece of garden architecture but also as a setting for small social events, Frederick the Great ordered the building of a Chinese Kitchen, a few meters south-east of the Chinese House. After a conversion in 1789, only the hexagonal windows show the Oriental character of the former outbuilding. A few years later, the Dragon House was built in the form of a Chinese pagoda on the northern edge of Sanssouci Park bordering Klausberg. The building was Frederick the Great's attempt to follow the Chinese fashion of the 18th century, which began in France before spreading to England, Germany, and Russia.

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