Landschaftspark Senzke - landscape garden

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Hardly any documents have been recovered about the design of the original park. What is certain is that the design was based on plans by Joachim Heinrich Fintemann (assumed 1707/08-1752). It is most likely that the park was initially designed as a regular, baroque design. Some of the land was used as a kitchen garden and an arboretum was shown to have been sited here. Otto Friedrich von Bredow (1726-1799), later the Canon of Havelberg, awarded the contract for its redesign and expansion into a landscape park with ponds. After his death, he was buried in the mausoleum in the park, which he built for this purpose, also known as the Canon’s Cottage.
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To commemorate the Wars of Liberation, another section in the south-west of the park was created around 1815 as a Peace Grove with the burial place of the von Bredow family. The parkland was extended for the last time far into the marshland at the end of the 19th century, but then the park fell into disrepair after 1945.

Today, the park is privately owned, has been restored with its impressive historic tree population – plane, oak, beech and linden trees – and is partially open to the public.

The Canon’s Mausoleum was restored and listed in 2015 and can be visited in the park alongside the sculpture project "Fontane talks about Senzke", in which visitors learn about Aurora, the Chinese racing pig, and more about the garden designer Fintelmann.
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Hardly any documents have been recovered about the design of the original park. What is certain is that the design was based on plans by Joachim Heinrich Fintemann (assumed 1707/08-1752). It is most likely that the park was initially designed as a regular, baroque design. Some of the land was used as a kitchen garden and an arboretum was shown to have been sited here. Otto Friedrich von Bredow (1726-1799), later the Canon of Havelberg, awarded the contract for its redesign and expansion into a landscape park with ponds. After his death, he was buried in the mausoleum in the park, which he built for this purpose, also known as the Canon’s Cottage.
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To commemorate the Wars of Liberation, another section in the south-west of the park was created around 1815 as a Peace Grove with the burial place of the von Bredow family. The parkland was extended for the last time far into the marshland at the end of the 19th century, but then the park fell into disrepair after 1945.

Today, the park is privately owned, has been restored with its impressive historic tree population – plane, oak, beech and linden trees – and is partially open to the public.

The Canon’s Mausoleum was restored and listed in 2015 and can be visited in the park alongside the sculpture project "Fontane talks about Senzke", in which visitors learn about Aurora, the Chinese racing pig, and more about the garden designer Fintelmann.
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14662 Mühlenberge OT Senzke

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18 31
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    18 32
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14641 Nauen OT Ribbeck

Tel.: +49 (0) 33237-859030
Fax: +49 (0) 33237-859040

Weather Today, 13. 8.

18 31
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Sunday
    18 32
  • Monday
    18 31

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