Lenné Park (Hoppegarten)

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The highly influential Peter Joseph Lenné left his mark on the former estate park in Hoppegarten, too. The park that bears his name was laid out according to his plans in 1821. In addition to the park itself, he also included the farm areas, kitchen gardens and wetlands on the other side of the avenue. In front of the Hackesches Schloss opposite the manor house buildings, the grounds are sparsely planted with trees and slope gently at first. In contrast to the usual grove-like arrangement of individual trees, these are almost always dense, often bulbously extended groups. There are many different sight lines, and the manor house is not the only point of reference. The original division of the park landscape by means of paths, watercourses and picturesquely grouped trees and shrubs is still partially visible. Individual trees from the initial phase such as willow, oak, lime and chestnut and the paths shown in later maps are evidence of Lenné’s work in Dahlwitz.
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  • Lenné Park in Hoppegarten, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Hoppegarten castle, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Bridge in Lenné Park in Hoppegarten, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Lenné Park in Hoppegarten, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Lenné Park in Hoppegarten, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Hoppegarten castle, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Cyclists in Lenné Park in Hoppegarten, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Lenné Park in Hoppegarten, Foto: Gemeinde Hoppegarten, Foto: Gemeinde Hoppegarten
  • Hoppegarten castle, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
In 1850, Carl Heinrich von Treskow acquired the manor house and park from Countess Hacke, the great-granddaughter of Samuel von Marshall. Heinrich von Treskow became known as the builder of Dahlwitz Palace and co-founder of the horse race track in Hoppegarten. In 1855/56, Berlin architect Friedrich Hitzig – one of the most important architects of Schinkel’s generation of students – was commissioned by Treskow to build a palatial manor house in the style of the Potsdam tower villas that were common in Berlin and Brandenburg in the middle of the 19th century. In the second half of the 19th century the tower was raised and an annex was added on the northern side. At the request of the owner, the main focus was on the ground floor, above which there is an upper storey with a very slightly sloping hipped roof. In the post-war period, the facade decoration and the interior fittings were completely removed. Dahlwitz Palace is one of the few palaces in Brandenburg to be located within the motorway ring-road just east of the Berlin city limits.

 






Since 2004 the castle and the park have been owned by Brandenburgische Schlösser GmbH. The listed castle was sold to a private investor. The park was restored in its basic concept in 2005 and remains open to the public.





Year of construction: 1821
How to get there: Car: A10 exist Berlin-Hellersdorf, then via the B1/B5 to Hoppegarten; train: S5 for Strausberg
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The highly influential Peter Joseph Lenné left his mark on the former estate park in Hoppegarten, too. The park that bears his name was laid out according to his plans in 1821. In addition to the park itself, he also included the farm areas, kitchen gardens and wetlands on the other side of the avenue. In front of the Hackesches Schloss opposite the manor house buildings, the grounds are sparsely planted with trees and slope gently at first. In contrast to the usual grove-like arrangement of individual trees, these are almost always dense, often bulbously extended groups. There are many different sight lines, and the manor house is not the only point of reference. The original division of the park landscape by means of paths, watercourses and picturesquely grouped trees and shrubs is still partially visible. Individual trees from the initial phase such as willow, oak, lime and chestnut and the paths shown in later maps are evidence of Lenné’s work in Dahlwitz.
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  • Lenné Park in Hoppegarten, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Hoppegarten castle, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Bridge in Lenné Park in Hoppegarten, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Lenné Park in Hoppegarten, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Lenné Park in Hoppegarten, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Hoppegarten castle, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Cyclists in Lenné Park in Hoppegarten, Foto: Florian Läufer, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Lenné Park in Hoppegarten, Foto: Gemeinde Hoppegarten, Foto: Gemeinde Hoppegarten
In 1850, Carl Heinrich von Treskow acquired the manor house and park from Countess Hacke, the great-granddaughter of Samuel von Marshall. Heinrich von Treskow became known as the builder of Dahlwitz Palace and co-founder of the horse race track in Hoppegarten. In 1855/56, Berlin architect Friedrich Hitzig – one of the most important architects of Schinkel’s generation of students – was commissioned by Treskow to build a palatial manor house in the style of the Potsdam tower villas that were common in Berlin and Brandenburg in the middle of the 19th century. In the second half of the 19th century the tower was raised and an annex was added on the northern side. At the request of the owner, the main focus was on the ground floor, above which there is an upper storey with a very slightly sloping hipped roof. In the post-war period, the facade decoration and the interior fittings were completely removed. Dahlwitz Palace is one of the few palaces in Brandenburg to be located within the motorway ring-road just east of the Berlin city limits.

 






Since 2004 the castle and the park have been owned by Brandenburgische Schlösser GmbH. The listed castle was sold to a private investor. The park was restored in its basic concept in 2005 and remains open to the public.





Year of construction: 1821
How to get there: Car: A10 exist Berlin-Hellersdorf, then via the B1/B5 to Hoppegarten; train: S5 for Strausberg
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Rudolf-Breitscheid-Straße 39

15366 Hoppegarten

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Weather Today, 12. 8.

15 30
Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Saturday
    16 31
  • Sunday
    18 31

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