Manor house park Möglin

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Moeglin is closely associated with names of the great Brandenburg nobles Eichendorff, von Pfuel and von Barfus who were the owners of the manor of the same name in the small tranquil village from 1343 to 1780. But the first person to find this out was Daniel Thaer, an agricultural scientist and then head of the Agricultural Academy Albrecht, who developed Moeglin manor into a model estate after its acquisition in 1804. On his walks through Mark Brandenburg, Theodor Fontane paid homage to Thaer as the one “who helped the name Moeglin gain fame far beyond the borders of our country”. Thaer lies buried in the estate park, which was frequently redesigned in the 20th century.
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  • Gutspark Möglin, Foto: Fördergesellschaft Albrecht Daniel Thaer
  • Blumen im Gutspark Möglin, Foto: Fördergesellschaft Albrecht Daniel Thaer
An older tree population and a pond make the park a setting of great diversity. A circular path leads to a marble bust of Thaer dating from 1978 and a large memorial stone with a bronze relief from 1856. The farm, manor house, Inspektorenhaus and park are now all under monument preservation order.

Year of construction:um 1800
How to get there: Car: B158 and B168 via L33 and K6415 to Möglin; train: S5 to Strausberg Nord, then by bus to Möglin
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Moeglin is closely associated with names of the great Brandenburg nobles Eichendorff, von Pfuel and von Barfus who were the owners of the manor of the same name in the small tranquil village from 1343 to 1780. But the first person to find this out was Daniel Thaer, an agricultural scientist and then head of the Agricultural Academy Albrecht, who developed Moeglin manor into a model estate after its acquisition in 1804. On his walks through Mark Brandenburg, Theodor Fontane paid homage to Thaer as the one “who helped the name Moeglin gain fame far beyond the borders of our country”. Thaer lies buried in the estate park, which was frequently redesigned in the 20th century.
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  • Gutspark Möglin, Foto: Fördergesellschaft Albrecht Daniel Thaer
  • Blumen im Gutspark Möglin, Foto: Fördergesellschaft Albrecht Daniel Thaer
An older tree population and a pond make the park a setting of great diversity. A circular path leads to a marble bust of Thaer dating from 1978 and a large memorial stone with a bronze relief from 1856. The farm, manor house, Inspektorenhaus and park are now all under monument preservation order.

Year of construction:um 1800
How to get there: Car: B158 and B168 via L33 and K6415 to Möglin; train: S5 to Strausberg Nord, then by bus to Möglin
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15345 Reichenow OT Möglin

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