Avenues of the Manor House Complex in Zernikow

Gardens and parks
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“In Zernikow...near the Boberow Forest and Lake Huwenow-See there is another manor house complex that enjoys a historical reputation because of Crown Prince Frederick’s stay in Rheinsberg…”, relates Fontane during his hikes.
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  • Gut Zernikow, Foto: Henry Engel
  • Gut Zernikow, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Allee rund um Gut Zernikow, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Allee rund um Gut Zernikow, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Gut Zernikow, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Gut Zernikow, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
Zernikov is a typical example of a well-managed farmland from the 18th century. While settlements were established on the former estate park from 1945 onwards, the avenues remained intact. There were fish ponds and an animal enclosure in the extensive forest-like grounds today, the so-called “animal park”.

Frederick the Great spent the happiest days of his life as Crown Prince in the nearby Rheinsberg House and Park by his own admission. Of course, Fontane visited and described the Rheinsberg House and Park during his travels through the county of Ruppin. We meet Frederick the Great again in Gut Zernikow estate. Shortly after his accession to the throne, Frederick II gifted the estate to his valet and confidant Michael Gabriel Fredersdorff.

The latter built an impressive mulberry plantation of more than 8,000 trees and a silkworm farm. Fontane was inspired by this work and challenged Fredersdorff “to create a well-cultivated estate from a sandpit”. The gardens and avenues from the time of Fontane still characterise the appearance of the estate. Twenty one mulberry trees still stand in the avenue of mulberry trees, as well as the manor house and silk farm. In the manor house there is an exhibition about the local history and silk farming.
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“In Zernikow...near the Boberow Forest and Lake Huwenow-See there is another manor house complex that enjoys a historical reputation because of Crown Prince Frederick’s stay in Rheinsberg…”, relates Fontane during his hikes.
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  • Gut Zernikow, Foto: Henry Engel
  • Gut Zernikow, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Allee rund um Gut Zernikow, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Allee rund um Gut Zernikow, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Gut Zernikow, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
Zernikov is a typical example of a well-managed farmland from the 18th century. While settlements were established on the former estate park from 1945 onwards, the avenues remained intact. There were fish ponds and an animal enclosure in the extensive forest-like grounds today, the so-called “animal park”.

Frederick the Great spent the happiest days of his life as Crown Prince in the nearby Rheinsberg House and Park by his own admission. Of course, Fontane visited and described the Rheinsberg House and Park during his travels through the county of Ruppin. We meet Frederick the Great again in Gut Zernikow estate. Shortly after his accession to the throne, Frederick II gifted the estate to his valet and confidant Michael Gabriel Fredersdorff.

The latter built an impressive mulberry plantation of more than 8,000 trees and a silkworm farm. Fontane was inspired by this work and challenged Fredersdorff “to create a well-cultivated estate from a sandpit”. The gardens and avenues from the time of Fontane still characterise the appearance of the estate. Twenty one mulberry trees still stand in the avenue of mulberry trees, as well as the manor house and silk farm. In the manor house there is an exhibition about the local history and silk farming.
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Zernikowerstraße 43

16775 Großwoltersdorf OT Zernikow

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