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Tourismus-Büro Werder (Havel) (Tourist Association)
Kirchstraße 6/7
14542 Werder (Havel)
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The historical town centre in Werder (Havel)

Werder is the town of blossoms of the Havel area with its romantic streets, where even the cobbled streets are listed and, in addition to this, a lot of water, all this awaits you in the fishing town of Werder and in its surroundings, which even the poet Theodor Fontane was filled with enthusiasm about. The magnificent parish church in the neo-Gothic style, which was built by August Stüler (one of Schinkel’s pupils), Bockwindmühle (a windmill that is typical of the region) as well as old fishermen’s houses that date back to the 18th century make an impression in the old town centre, on Werder Island. Anyone who is eager to learn more can visit the fruit tree museum as well as the bicycle museum.  Every year in spring, the Blossom Festival takes place in Werder, which is the second-biggest folk festival in Germany after the Munich October Festival. (But watch out! The Werder fruit wine quickly makes you tipsy.)
Werder is the town of blossoms of the Havel area with its romantic streets, where even the cobbled streets are listed and, in addition to this, a lot of water, all this awaits you in the fishing town of Werder and in its surroundings, which even the poet Theodor Fontane was filled with enthusiasm about. The magnificent parish church in the neo-Gothic style, which was built by August Stüler (one of Schinkel’s pupils), Bockwindmühle (a windmill that is typical of the region) as well as old fishermen’s houses that date back to the 18th century make an impression in the old town centre, on Werder Island. Anyone who is eager to learn more can visit the fruit tree museum as well as the bicycle museum.  Every year in spring, the Blossom Festival takes place in Werder, which is the second-biggest folk festival in Germany after the Munich October Festival. (But watch out! The Werder fruit wine quickly makes you tipsy.)
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