Neuruppin – Prussian Memorial Sites

Prussian places of memory
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Royal troops in Neuruppin
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  • Museum Neuruppin , Foto: Stadt Neuruppin, Lizenz: Stadt Neuruppin
  • Neuruppin, Parzival und Klosterkirche, Foto:TV Ruppiner Seenland.
  • Büste Friedrich II. Neuruppin (c) Kulturland Brandenburg 2012, Foto: Jürgen Hohmuth/zeitort.de
In 1732, King Frederick William I appointed Crown Prince Frederick Colonel and Chief of the Neuruppin Infantry Regiment. Frederick and his troops moved into Neuruppin on June 28, 1732. Litzmann House in Baustrasse was assigned to him as his quarters. He had an idyllic garden created in the adjacent historic ramparts – the Amalthea Garden. Its main feature was the Temple of Apollo – a summer house in the form of an open, free-standing circular temple which was created by Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff.

Expansion of the town

Frederick retained an interest in the town even as king, though he rarely stayed there. For the expansion of the town, Friedrich donated 30,000 thalers after taking office and another 100,000 thalers at the end of his life. The King shaped the townscape by establishing barracks for married soldiers as well as two additional barracks.

Neuruppin townscape

The Amalthea Garden with the Apollo Temple, though altered, is well preserved and can be visited in the Temple Garden. However, the Prinzenpalais fell victim to the town fire in 1787. The half-timbered Barracks Parlour Houses in Bergstrasse/Erich-Mühsam-Strasse and the two barracks in August-Bebel-Strasse 6 and Friedrich-Engels-Strasse 39 are still a distinctive feature of the Neuruppin townscape. The newly refurbished Neuruppin Local History is to be found in the Noeldchen House, which was built in 1790.
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Royal troops in Neuruppin
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  • Museum Neuruppin , Foto: Stadt Neuruppin, Lizenz: Stadt Neuruppin
  • Neuruppin, Parzival und Klosterkirche, Foto:TV Ruppiner Seenland.
  • Büste Friedrich II. Neuruppin (c) Kulturland Brandenburg 2012, Foto: Jürgen Hohmuth/zeitort.de
In 1732, King Frederick William I appointed Crown Prince Frederick Colonel and Chief of the Neuruppin Infantry Regiment. Frederick and his troops moved into Neuruppin on June 28, 1732. Litzmann House in Baustrasse was assigned to him as his quarters. He had an idyllic garden created in the adjacent historic ramparts – the Amalthea Garden. Its main feature was the Temple of Apollo – a summer house in the form of an open, free-standing circular temple which was created by Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff.

Expansion of the town

Frederick retained an interest in the town even as king, though he rarely stayed there. For the expansion of the town, Friedrich donated 30,000 thalers after taking office and another 100,000 thalers at the end of his life. The King shaped the townscape by establishing barracks for married soldiers as well as two additional barracks.

Neuruppin townscape

The Amalthea Garden with the Apollo Temple, though altered, is well preserved and can be visited in the Temple Garden. However, the Prinzenpalais fell victim to the town fire in 1787. The half-timbered Barracks Parlour Houses in Bergstrasse/Erich-Mühsam-Strasse and the two barracks in August-Bebel-Strasse 6 and Friedrich-Engels-Strasse 39 are still a distinctive feature of the Neuruppin townscape. The newly refurbished Neuruppin Local History is to be found in the Noeldchen House, which was built in 1790.
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Karl-Marx-Str. 1

16816 Neuruppin

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