Ferienpark Plauer See
Wendorf 6, Schwerin, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, 17214, Germany
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Copy of the Braunschweiger Lion
Dom and Pfaffenteich
Travel Tips for Schwerin
The suburb between Schweriner See and Pfaffenteich, north of the town centre, used to be a separate town until 1832. Planned shortly after 1700, the quarter shows baroque design. This part of the town is not spectacular but quite pretty for a stroll. Many old houses have been well restored in the meantime.
The centre of the quarter is the rectangular market square with the parish church, officially named St Nikolai but usually known as Schelfkirche.
A close look (photo 4) reveals that the facades may be made of stone and plaster but the construction behind is cheap half-timbered framework.
Markt and Neues Gebäude
The market square between Dom and town hall is the heart of the old town.
The so-called “New Building” in front of the choir of the Dom, built in 1783-1785, originally served as a market hall. The white neoclassical building now hosts a café and restaurant.
Welcome in green Schwerin !
This lovely capital of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern exists since 1018 a.D., known especially about its many seas in and around there.... It´s on Your way from Hamburg to Berlin or from Hamburg to the wonderful Eastern See (e.g. Poel island, Wismar, Timmendorfer Strand)
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