Welcome to Schwerin, the city surrounded by 7 lakes, the smallest land capital of Germany. Under 100 000 inhabitants this town holds history from the 10th century. Schwerin has existed since at least 1018 and was recognized as a city in 1160. It is known for its romantic Schwerin Palace, crowning an island in Lake Schwerin. The city also has a largely intact old town, suffering only minor damage during World War II. In this tour you will discover the highlights of the area Schwerin, walk its beautiful streets and learn more about its history by visiting the impressive Schwerin Castle.
Sitting on its own Island, Schwerin Castle can be considered one of the most significant creations of the romantic historicism era in Europe. The castle houses living and ball rooms, including the throne room and ancestor gallery with their large collections of plastic and picturesque decorations.The Schwerin castle cannot be overlooked. It is an eye-catcher no matter the angle. The castle rises monumental and majestic into the sky and despite its size with 635 separate rooms the castle seems light and graceful due to its incredible love for detail. Numerous windows, corners, columns, oriels, balustrades, golden ornaments and figures divide only add to its beauty.On the floors, the museum exhibits include precious paintings, sculptures, and crafts mainly from Schwerin’s most glamorous era, the 19th century. Special highlights are the porcelain collection, the newly opened silver chamber, as well as the extensive collection of ducal hunting and parade weapons.
Schwerin is regarded as the oldest city of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. With fewer than 95,000 inhabitants it is also the smallest German state capital. In this tour, we will also cover, for which the city is famous for, the romantic Schwerin Palace which is situated on an island in the Lake Schwerin.
Erscheinungsdatum: 06/2018, Medium: (Land-)Karte, Titel: Schwerin - Wismar, Insel Poel 1 : 60 000, Titelzusatz: Rad- und Wanderkarte mit Ausflugszielen, Einkehr- & Freizeittipps, Auflage: 6. Auflage von 1920 // 6. Auflage, Nachdruck, Verlag: Publicpress // Freytag-Berndt und ARTARIA, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Schwerin // Stadtführer // Stadtplan // Wismar // Mecklenburg-Vorpommern // Landkarte // Atlas // Ostsee // Ostseeküste und // Inseln // Walking // Wandern // Trekking // Radfahren: Allgemein und Touring, Rubrik: Karten // Stadtpläne, Deutschland, Maßstab: 60000, Reihe: Rad- und Wanderkarte, Informationen: GEF, Gewicht: 61 gr, Verkäufer: averdo