Zernikow - Prussian Memorial Sites

Prussian places of memory
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Fredersdorff in Zernikow
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Shortly after his accession to the throne, Frederick II gifted Gut Zernikow estate to his valet and confidant Michael Gabriel Fredersdorff (1708-1758). He let the latter build an impressive mulberry plantation of more than 8,000 trees and a silkworm farm. An impressive manor house was built in 1747. This was followed by a kiln house and brewery and later a residence for his caretaker.

Traces of the Fredersdorff Family

The gardens and avenues created by Fredersdorff characterise the image of the estate today. Twenty one trees from his time still stand in the avenue of mulberry trees between the estate and the mill on the Polzefließ stream. The manor house and silk farm have been preserved. The grave of Fredersdorff, which his widow Caroline had built in 1777, is located to the south of the village church. Portraits of the Fredersdorff family hang in the church.

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village church

Appointments and keys from Mrs Schmidtke, Dorfstrasse 45

Telephone +49 33082 51325 or from the Häusler family, Kelkendorfer Strasse 2, Telephone +49 33082 51201
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Fredersdorff in Zernikow
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Shortly after his accession to the throne, Frederick II gifted Gut Zernikow estate to his valet and confidant Michael Gabriel Fredersdorff (1708-1758). He let the latter build an impressive mulberry plantation of more than 8,000 trees and a silkworm farm. An impressive manor house was built in 1747. This was followed by a kiln house and brewery and later a residence for his caretaker.

Traces of the Fredersdorff Family

The gardens and avenues created by Fredersdorff characterise the image of the estate today. Twenty one trees from his time still stand in the avenue of mulberry trees between the estate and the mill on the Polzefließ stream. The manor house and silk farm have been preserved. The grave of Fredersdorff, which his widow Caroline had built in 1777, is located to the south of the village church. Portraits of the Fredersdorff family hang in the church.

Further information about the

village church

Appointments and keys from Mrs Schmidtke, Dorfstrasse 45

Telephone +49 33082 51325 or from the Häusler family, Kelkendorfer Strasse 2, Telephone +49 33082 51201
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Waldstrasse 21a

16775 Großwoltersdorf-Burow

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