Border Country Bicycle Tour

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Length: 52 km
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The Elbe riverscape is described as a true natural paradise. But it has also witnessed the downside of history. The River Elbe formed part of the internal German border for some time. But rivers can connect as well as divide and today the Border Country Bicycle Tour runs through three federal states: Brandenburg,Lower Saxony and Saxony Anhalt.
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  • Radweg auf dem Elbdeich, Foto: TVP
  • Sagenhafte Natur in der Elbaue, Foto: TVP
  • Routenverlauf
  • Historische Mühle bei Wanzer, Foto: TVP
  • Gedenktafel, Foto: TVP
  • Fähre Lütkenwisch - Schnackenburg, Foto: TVP
  • Grenzturm am Elbdeich
Apart from the magnificent flora and fauna, you are sure to pass one or two testaments to the eventful past along the route. The route takes you towards a special place, which, as such, only exists as a monument: Stresow - the village that had to disappear from the map when the border was drawn. Today, information panels tell the eventful history of the village. Experience this beautiful area without the need to show a pass!

Start/finish: Wittenberge railway station

via: Cumlosen - Lüktenwisch - Schnackenburg - Stresow - Wanzer - Pollitz - Wahrenberg

Sights along the route:
  • Nature stop no. 23: Cumlosen softwood water meadows
  • Lütkenwisch: In days gone by, this village was once only accessible with a travel pass. Today, the place radiates a new splendour and also has a small café. There is also a ferry service from here to Schnackenburg.
  • Schnackenburg: the smallest town in Lower Saxony. The local Border Museum tells of the town’s eventful history
  • Stresow - the village that had to disappear from the map when the border was drawn
  • Wanzer: small village with historic wood oven
  • Stork village of Wahrenberg
  • Elbe town of Wittenberge: SINGER clock tower, historic locomotive shed, historic Town Hall


Further information at: https://www.dieprignitz.de/index.php?cid=1575014198&highlight=grenzlandtour
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The Elbe riverscape is described as a true natural paradise. But it has also witnessed the downside of history. The River Elbe formed part of the internal German border for some time. But rivers can connect as well as divide and today the Border Country Bicycle Tour runs through three federal states: Brandenburg,Lower Saxony and Saxony Anhalt.
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  • Radweg auf dem Elbdeich, Foto: TVP
  • Sagenhafte Natur in der Elbaue, Foto: TVP
  • Routenverlauf
  • Historische Mühle bei Wanzer, Foto: TVP
  • Gedenktafel, Foto: TVP
  • Fähre Lütkenwisch - Schnackenburg, Foto: TVP
Apart from the magnificent flora and fauna, you are sure to pass one or two testaments to the eventful past along the route. The route takes you towards a special place, which, as such, only exists as a monument: Stresow - the village that had to disappear from the map when the border was drawn. Today, information panels tell the eventful history of the village. Experience this beautiful area without the need to show a pass!

Start/finish: Wittenberge railway station

via: Cumlosen - Lüktenwisch - Schnackenburg - Stresow - Wanzer - Pollitz - Wahrenberg

Sights along the route:
  • Nature stop no. 23: Cumlosen softwood water meadows
  • Lütkenwisch: In days gone by, this village was once only accessible with a travel pass. Today, the place radiates a new splendour and also has a small café. There is also a ferry service from here to Schnackenburg.
  • Schnackenburg: the smallest town in Lower Saxony. The local Border Museum tells of the town’s eventful history
  • Stresow - the village that had to disappear from the map when the border was drawn
  • Wanzer: small village with historic wood oven
  • Stork village of Wahrenberg
  • Elbe town of Wittenberge: SINGER clock tower, historic locomotive shed, historic Town Hall


Further information at: https://www.dieprignitz.de/index.php?cid=1575014198&highlight=grenzlandtour
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