Dorfkirche Grube

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The first documentary record of Grube dates back to 1264. The estate of von der Groebe(r)n existed before 1349, and from about 1400 until the middle of the 17th century it was in the possession of the family Falcke zu Grobe and Satzkorn.
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After the bankruptcy of Caspar Joachim von Falcke in 1660, Great Elector Frederick William of Brandenburg purchased the village and manor from the bankruptcy estate.

The village and manor were handed over to the Potsdam authorities, who leased it together with the Bornstedt estate as the “Grube estate”. In 1734, King Frederick William I transferred the village and manor to the Great Potsdam Military Orphanage founded in 1722 (together with Bornstedt, Pfauenwerder, Geltow, Gallin and Pirschheide).

The present church was built in 1745/46 as a rectangular brick hall.

The last tenant of the Grube estate, Manfred Ries, was shot by Russian soldiers on the estate on April 26, 1945 and was buried at the military cemetery in Bornim. In the course of the 1945-1950 land reform, the estate was broken up and distributed to new farmers.

Since 1993 the municipality has been affiliated with the city of Potsdam.
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The first documentary record of Grube dates back to 1264. The estate of von der Groebe(r)n existed before 1349, and from about 1400 until the middle of the 17th century it was in the possession of the family Falcke zu Grobe and Satzkorn.
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After the bankruptcy of Caspar Joachim von Falcke in 1660, Great Elector Frederick William of Brandenburg purchased the village and manor from the bankruptcy estate.

The village and manor were handed over to the Potsdam authorities, who leased it together with the Bornstedt estate as the “Grube estate”. In 1734, King Frederick William I transferred the village and manor to the Great Potsdam Military Orphanage founded in 1722 (together with Bornstedt, Pfauenwerder, Geltow, Gallin and Pirschheide).

The present church was built in 1745/46 as a rectangular brick hall.

The last tenant of the Grube estate, Manfred Ries, was shot by Russian soldiers on the estate on April 26, 1945 and was buried at the military cemetery in Bornim. In the course of the 1945-1950 land reform, the estate was broken up and distributed to new farmers.

Since 1993 the municipality has been affiliated with the city of Potsdam.
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