Circular walk from fishermen to colonists: Altwustrow und Neulietzegöricke

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The approximately 5 km long circular hiking trail leads partly on historical paths "Over the field from village to village" and connects the natural and cultural area between Altwustrow and Neulietzegöricke. On the way, 10 signs provide information on the topics of nature, water management, agriculture, history, social developments, but also on traditional legends such as the legend of the Liesen-Loch.
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  • Kirche Altwustrow, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Kirche Neulietzegöricke, Foto: Seenlandentdecker
  • Infotafel, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Kolonisten Kaffee, Foto: Seenlandentdecker
  • Kolonisten Kaffee, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv, Steffen Lehmann
  • Neulietzegöricke, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree / Florian Läufer
  • Neulietzegöricke, Foto: Seenlandentdecker
Altwustrow is an old village, which was originally settled by fishermen. Above all, the church is worth seeing with the pews and the pulpit altar in the baroque style as well as the paper ceiling, which is unique in northern Germany. From the outside, the half-timbered building, erected by farming families in 1789 without royal permission, appears rather plain. Neulietzegöricke, on the other hand, is the oldest colonist Neudorf after the start of drainage in 1753 and is a listed village. The townscape is characterized by a row of half-timbered houses with thirteen buildings including the restaurant "Zum wet Willi" in the former village inn. This includes the village church built in 1842 in late classical style with a rectangular hall and a square west tower. The ensemble also includes residential buildings with stables and barns as well as the completely preserved four-sided courtyard Borkenhagen with a pigeon house.

Start/finish: Altwustrow

via: Neulietzegöricke

Points of interest along the route: 
  • Altwustrow Church
  • Neulietzegoricke Church

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The approximately 5 km long circular hiking trail leads partly on historical paths "Over the field from village to village" and connects the natural and cultural area between Altwustrow and Neulietzegöricke. On the way, 10 signs provide information on the topics of nature, water management, agriculture, history, social developments, but also on traditional legends such as the legend of the Liesen-Loch.
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  • Kirche Altwustrow, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Kirche Neulietzegöricke, Foto: Seenlandentdecker
  • Infotafel, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Kolonisten Kaffee, Foto: Seenlandentdecker
  • Kolonisten Kaffee, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv, Steffen Lehmann
  • Neulietzegöricke, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree / Florian Läufer
Altwustrow is an old village, which was originally settled by fishermen. Above all, the church is worth seeing with the pews and the pulpit altar in the baroque style as well as the paper ceiling, which is unique in northern Germany. From the outside, the half-timbered building, erected by farming families in 1789 without royal permission, appears rather plain. Neulietzegöricke, on the other hand, is the oldest colonist Neudorf after the start of drainage in 1753 and is a listed village. The townscape is characterized by a row of half-timbered houses with thirteen buildings including the restaurant "Zum wet Willi" in the former village inn. This includes the village church built in 1842 in late classical style with a rectangular hall and a square west tower. The ensemble also includes residential buildings with stables and barns as well as the completely preserved four-sided courtyard Borkenhagen with a pigeon house.

Start/finish: Altwustrow

via: Neulietzegöricke

Points of interest along the route: 
  • Altwustrow Church
  • Neulietzegoricke Church

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16259 Oderaue OT Altwustrow

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