So far we learned, this cafe Herta was the only spot open when we made it on a Sunday forenoon to Pasewalk. Lucky for us as this cafe is really a cosy place in the town's center with a little park & mills gate in front. We've had Asparagus soup, coffee, cacao, tonic water. All ok, and the lady (guess the owner) that served us was nice too!
Despite the fact that in particular Germans are known for prefering to buy quality things at quality shops, there are discount stores which are really quite ok like the Netto stores are. Their items come in some nice variety, well-structured, clean shelves. Even fresh fruits & vegetables. Also it's nice that customers don't have to waste time with weighing their fruits/vegetables themselves but the cashier easily does it in a second. Another great thing about Netto discount stores are: their convenient and generously huge parking places.
What to pay: Netto City
Große Kirchenstrasse 1
Haven't been inside the museum as it was closed when we visited there but the museum's poster and announcements do sound very interesting! Also they are going to celebrate on July 2/2011 the founding of their museum 15 years back in 1996.
Their permanent exibit is about the early history of Uecker and Randow, the history of Pasewalk, the history of military posts (from the Prussian Dragonerregiments 1721 up to the Bundeswehr 1992), and about the Pommeranian artist Paul Holz (1883-1938).
Program of museumsfest on July 2/2011
from 15:00 to 22:00 Uhr
Mittelaltermusik & Instrumentenschau
Kinder heben Schaetze
Eine Zeitreise durch die Stadt- und Garnisonsgeschichte
Auf den Spuren des Mittelalters und der Kürassiere
Museum der Stadt Pasewalk
Prenzlauer Strasse 23a
ph.: 01149-3973- 251 234
The Church of St. Mary in Pasewalk is a three-nave hall church, built in the 14th century in the style of the north German brick Gothic architecture.
St. Marien Church
Grosse Kirchenst. 17
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