Kremmen / Rhinluch - Prussian Memorial Sites

Prussian places of memory
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Moor colonisation by the Dutch
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Part of the Rhinluch Fen had already been drained under King Frederick William I. The transformation of the landscape only began in a targeted manner after Frederick II issued the reclamation edict in 1765. As the Dutch were particularly successful in moor reclamation a that time, the king settled Dutch farmers in Kremmen, among others. In their hands, moors became fields and meadows. The great bustard, a very rare breeding and migratory bird, followed cultivation in the changed landscape.  

The townscape today

The structure of the former agricultural town can still be seen from the townscape today - at the market square and the barn district - and the town is nestled into the unique and particularly ecologically rich landscape of Rhinluch Fen. In the time of Frederick, great bustards were part of the Rhinluch Fen landscape. Partially re-natured areas of the fen are now a protected habitat for rare plant and wildlife species. 

Further information

Förderverein Großtrappenschutz e.V.

Buckower Dorfstrasse 34

14715 Nennhausen, district of Buckow

Telephone: +49 33878 60257

info@grosstrappe.de 

www.grosstrappe.de 
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Moor colonisation by the Dutch
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Part of the Rhinluch Fen had already been drained under King Frederick William I. The transformation of the landscape only began in a targeted manner after Frederick II issued the reclamation edict in 1765. As the Dutch were particularly successful in moor reclamation a that time, the king settled Dutch farmers in Kremmen, among others. In their hands, moors became fields and meadows. The great bustard, a very rare breeding and migratory bird, followed cultivation in the changed landscape.  

The townscape today

The structure of the former agricultural town can still be seen from the townscape today - at the market square and the barn district - and the town is nestled into the unique and particularly ecologically rich landscape of Rhinluch Fen. In the time of Frederick, great bustards were part of the Rhinluch Fen landscape. Partially re-natured areas of the fen are now a protected habitat for rare plant and wildlife species. 

Further information

Förderverein Großtrappenschutz e.V.

Buckower Dorfstrasse 34

14715 Nennhausen, district of Buckow

Telephone: +49 33878 60257

info@grosstrappe.de 

www.grosstrappe.de 
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Scheunenweg 49

16766 Kremmen

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Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.

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16816 Neuruppin

Tel.: +49 (0) 3391-659630
Fax: +49 (0) 3391-659632

Weather Today, 16. 8.

17 30
Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Wednesday
    18 32
  • Thursday
    20 32

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