Park Wollup

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In the Steintoch district, the former royal state domain of Wollup has a history stretching back over 500 years. It was here that Frederick II completed his first agricultural and economic studies as crown prince and where his special interest in the Oderbruch was awakened.
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  • Park Wollup, Foto: Martin Wiese, Lizenz: Gemeinde Letschin
  • Park Wollup, Foto: Martin Wiese, Lizenz: Gemeinde Letschin
  • Park Wollup, Foto: Martin Wiese, Lizenz: Gemeinde Letschin
The German agronomist and agricultural reformer Johann Gottlieb Koppe commissioned the garden architect Eduard Neide to redesign parts of the estate into a landscape park in 1852.

As at the time of its last intensive shaping by the garden architect Eduard Neide, the woodland-like, overgrown park has open and closed areas divided into lawns, meadows and denser stands of trees and shrubs, following the example of English landscape gardens. Many old deciduous trees that characterize the park can be seen.

 
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In the Steintoch district, the former royal state domain of Wollup has a history stretching back over 500 years. It was here that Frederick II completed his first agricultural and economic studies as crown prince and where his special interest in the Oderbruch was awakened.
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  • Park Wollup, Foto: Martin Wiese, Lizenz: Gemeinde Letschin
  • Park Wollup, Foto: Martin Wiese, Lizenz: Gemeinde Letschin
  • Park Wollup, Foto: Martin Wiese, Lizenz: Gemeinde Letschin
The German agronomist and agricultural reformer Johann Gottlieb Koppe commissioned the garden architect Eduard Neide to redesign parts of the estate into a landscape park in 1852.

As at the time of its last intensive shaping by the garden architect Eduard Neide, the woodland-like, overgrown park has open and closed areas divided into lawns, meadows and denser stands of trees and shrubs, following the example of English landscape gardens. Many old deciduous trees that characterize the park can be seen.

 
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