Friedenswarte in Bürgerpark Marienberg

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The plans for this observation point came from Bruno Möhring. The foundation stone was laid on April 1, 1905 and exactly three years later, on April 1, 1908, the approximately thirty-metre-tall tower was opened with a redesigned southern staircase. On August 31, 1958, the municipal council decided to rename the Bismarckwarte (‘Bismarck Point’) to Friedenswarte (‘Peace Point’).
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On March 22, 1974, after being closed for two years, the former Bismarckwarte was demolished and removed all the way down to its fieldstone base. Within half a year, a new tower was then built on this fieldstone base, completed in celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the German Democratic Republic on October 7, 1974.

The tower has five glazed and five open observation platforms. The Friedenswarte is 32.5 metres tall and has a diameter of eight metres. It can be climbed and descended using two spiral staircases inside the tower, each one with 180 steps.

The Friedenswarte provides an incredible view of the layout of the town’s three neighbourhoods: the Cathedral, the Old Town and the New Town. The medieval buildings can easily be recognised from here and, when the sun is shining, it is possible to spot high constructions as far as 60 kilometres away.
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The plans for this observation point came from Bruno Möhring. The foundation stone was laid on April 1, 1905 and exactly three years later, on April 1, 1908, the approximately thirty-metre-tall tower was opened with a redesigned southern staircase. On August 31, 1958, the municipal council decided to rename the Bismarckwarte (‘Bismarck Point’) to Friedenswarte (‘Peace Point’).
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On March 22, 1974, after being closed for two years, the former Bismarckwarte was demolished and removed all the way down to its fieldstone base. Within half a year, a new tower was then built on this fieldstone base, completed in celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the German Democratic Republic on October 7, 1974.

The tower has five glazed and five open observation platforms. The Friedenswarte is 32.5 metres tall and has a diameter of eight metres. It can be climbed and descended using two spiral staircases inside the tower, each one with 180 steps.

The Friedenswarte provides an incredible view of the layout of the town’s three neighbourhoods: the Cathedral, the Old Town and the New Town. The medieval buildings can easily be recognised from here and, when the sun is shining, it is possible to spot high constructions as far as 60 kilometres away.
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Marienberg 3

14776 Brandenburg an der Havel

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Weather Today, 27. 9.

8 13
Light rain until evening.

  • Wednesday
    7 11
  • Thursday
    4 15

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