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Havelland cycle map Brandenburg / Potsdam Bikeline BRA03 Bikeline | 9783850009195

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Brandenburg an der Havel – Nauen – Neustadt (Dosse) – Potsdam – Rathenow With almost the entire Havelland district, the cycle map includes the core of the Havelland as a historical landscape, meaning that the area surrounded by the Havel between Oranienburg in the north-east and Rhinow in the north-west is understood. In addition, there is the southwestern part of the Oberhavel district, the southern part of the Ostprignitz-Ruppin district with part of the Rhinluch, some towns in the Potsdam-Mittelmark district, the cities of Brandenburg an der Havel and Potsdam and the Berlin districts west of the Havel. Extensive glacial valleys determine the landscape in the Havelland. Island-like slabs protrude from it, which, in addition to arable land, carry extensive forest areas. Characteristic are unique oak avenues, endless meadows and fields and numerous original villages. Especially in the north of the Havelland, extensive areas were drained by canals from about 1700 to the 1950s. South of the Rhin almost down to the city of Brandenburg and west of the Havel lies the 1,315 square kilometer Westhavelland Nature Park, the largest protected area in the federal state of Brandenburg. The alternation of water and land characterizes the landscape, which, with its extensive wet meadows and meadows, is the largest continuous wetland in western Central Europe. The nature park is an Eldorado for cranes, wild geese and many other birds. West of the Havel arc lies the Schollene region, a terminal moraine characterized by green fields and small villages. Germanic and Slavic tribes fought for the area of ??today's Havelland for a long time. In the 7th century, the Slavic Stodoranen - later also called Heveller after the Havel - settled in this area. They built 10 castles and more than 200 settlements in Havelland. When the last Slavic prince finally died in 1150, the Ascanians under Albrecht the Bear took possession of the country; thus began the German settlement of the Havelland. Rathenow, the city of optics. As today's district town of the Havelland, is not only an administrative and cultural center, but also an increasingly popular travel destination for visitors with the surrounding nature park and lakes. In 2015, Rathenow organized the Federal Garden Show together with Brandenburg an der Havel and other places. Other attractions in Havelland include the radio town of Nauen, Ribbeck, which became famous thanks to a poem by Theodor Fontane, and Paaren am Glien with its historic village green. If you are cycling with this card, you should also head for the following destinations: the old town of Berlin-Spandau with its many sights, the unique palaces and gardens of Potsdam, which are part of the UNESCO World Heritage, the island and flower city of Werder, the cathedral in the City of Brandenburg on the Havel. To the west of the city, Breitlingsee and Plauer See - both of which are traversed by the Havel - offer numerous leisure activities. The best way to “experience” the Havelland is, in the truest sense of the word, on a bike tour. Both the Havel cycle path along the banks of the river and the Havelland cycle path as a central connection between Rathenow and Berlin have very well developed cycle paths, pure nature and many cultural highlights to offer. Long-distance cycle route Berlin-Copenhagen, the cycle routes Historical City Centers in the State of Brandenburg 1-4 and Tour Brandenburg are just examples of the large number of signposted cycle routes included in the Havelland cycle map. In the Havelland, the cycle path network is also signposted according to the junction signposts, which are included on the map. A coordinated numbering system makes it easy to plan the cycle routes. Cycle paths and routes with information about surface and traffic density. Selected street names. Precise gradient and distance information. Selection of the most important tourist information. Waterproof and tear-resistant paper. Thoroughly researched and permanently updated. With the cartographic route information you can start your trip confidently, because all the necessary information is already compiled for you: road surface (paved or unpaved), traffic density, hill slopes, distance information tourist infrastructure such as inns and lodging establishments, as well as the cultural and scenic attractions of the region.


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