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Travel Tips for Potsdam
Babelsberg Film Park
This over 80-year-old film town offers a colorful program filled with shows and attractions. Special VIP tours for adults and children allow each person to gaze behind the scenes of film and television. Sometimes you are invited to act as a character in a short film. I was in the mid 1990 to serve as supporting actor without text in a short movie. My task was to walk in front of a house while the actors had a dialog in the foreground. You see nothing special.
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About "The Havelkosaken"
I haven't seen them neither "live" at the famous horses show of Neustadt-Doss nor around their location of Potsdam suburbs BUT I saw a report about these both young, very amazing, and German brothers (Anton and Boris) riding horses the way it's called "Kosaken style".
Though I personally like "American Rodeo Riding And Roping" over any thing (riding related), these so young and so ambitious brothers and their "Kosaken style" of horses riding is impressive! These young guys do horses' shows every now and then, check on their link (unfortunately written in German only).
Das Neue Palais
The New Palace was the last and simultaneously the largest building to be built in Sanssouci Park in the 18th century. It was erected between 1763 and 1769 according to plans by Johann Gottfried Büring and Carl von Gontard for Frederick the Great, who wanted the imposing palace structure to demonstrate that the Silesian wars had not ruined the state.
When I first read this name on a sign post I thought I walked to far north, as this building is known as Berlin's landmark. Well, Potsdam has its own Brandenburger Tor. The Gate is situated at the end of the Brandenburger Straße. It resembles a Roman triumphal arch and was made by order of Frederick II in 1770.
Shcloss Charlottenhof is Neo-Classical and was given its name from its first owner of the land it is built on - Charlotte von Gentzkow. It is at the southern end of the park, it was built in 1826-9 for the heir to the throne - the future King Friedrich Wilhelm IV.
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