The tower known as the “Swedish Tower” in Wagenitz in the district of Friesack is an interesting building. The Swedish Tower was built in 1571 and was originally a church. Today it houses a small museum exhibition. The existing, preserved farmhouses, the Swedish Tower, the church, which has been particularly well preserved in the south-east of the grounds, the recreated village edges between the built-up area and the countryside, and the village square, which can still be seen, together form an interesting and varied point of interest.
Opening hours by arrangement.