Burgberg in Lebus

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Burgberg in Lebus is an important historic mountain where you can see the cobbled foundations of the former cathedral.
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  • Lebuser Burgberg, Foto: Fehling
  • Blick vom Lebuser Burgberg, Foto: Adam
  • Burgberg Lebuser Land, Foto: Amt Lebus
  • Lebuser Burgberg, Foto: Fehling
There is evidence of a settlement having existed here in the Bronze Age. In the course of its eventful history from 1124 to 1373, the castle was the bishop's seat. Today there is a replica of the former castle made of steel elements in a 70-centimetre-high relief with markings in the cobblestones. Explanations are provided on information panels. From the viewing platform, visitors have a sweeping view over the River Oder to Poland. A 22-metre-long bridge leads to the outer castle area and keep and there are two flanking towers.

The Burgberg is accessible at all times.
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Burgberg in Lebus is an important historic mountain where you can see the cobbled foundations of the former cathedral.
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  • Lebuser Burgberg, Foto: Fehling
  • Blick vom Lebuser Burgberg, Foto: Adam
  • Burgberg Lebuser Land, Foto: Amt Lebus
There is evidence of a settlement having existed here in the Bronze Age. In the course of its eventful history from 1124 to 1373, the castle was the bishop's seat. Today there is a replica of the former castle made of steel elements in a 70-centimetre-high relief with markings in the cobblestones. Explanations are provided on information panels. From the viewing platform, visitors have a sweeping view over the River Oder to Poland. A 22-metre-long bridge leads to the outer castle area and keep and there are two flanking towers.

The Burgberg is accessible at all times.
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Kietzer Chaussee 1

15326 Lebus

Weather Today, 19. 8.

20 27
Possible light rain until evening.

  • Saturday
    17 24
  • Sunday
    15 26

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Tourismusverband Seenland Oder-Spree e.V.

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15526 Bad Saarow

Tel.: +49 (0) 33631-868100
Fax: +49 (0) 33631-868102

Weather Today, 19. 8.

20 27
Possible light rain until evening.

  • Saturday
    17 24
  • Sunday
    15 26

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