Schlosspark Kossenblatt (manor house and park)

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It was Field Marshal Hans Albrecht von Barfus who built the medieval moated castle and the later Baroque Kossenblatt Castle. The construction work, which was started in 1699, was completed by his widow, Eleonore Countess Dönhoff. What makes it particularly unusual in comparison with the country castles in the Brandenburg Marches during this stylistic era was the decision to have the building facing the garden, not the main access to the castle. After completion of the construction work, Eleonore had the garden, bridges and a farm building laid out and adapted the course of the river. The close connection between the castle and the gardens was unusual for those times. The gardener Johann Borsch looked after the gardens for the Countess from 1699 onwards.
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  • Schloss Kossenblatt, Foto: Anna Fiebig
  • Schlosspark Kossenblatt, Foto: Anna Fiebig
King Frederick William I acquired the castle in 1736 as a home for his old age, but only stayed there for a very short time. The pleasure gardens between the River Spree and the road to Wittmannsdorf are now rather overgrown. However, you can still see clear signs of the Baroque structures if you look carefully. Today, the castle is privately owned.

Year of construction: around 1704
How to get there: Car: A12 as far as the Storkow exit, B246 towards Storkow, L422, K6725 and L443 to Lindenstrasse in Tauche; train: RE1 to Frankfurt (Oder), continue with RB36 to Beeskow, by bus to Kossenblatt 
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It was Field Marshal Hans Albrecht von Barfus who built the medieval moated castle and the later Baroque Kossenblatt Castle. The construction work, which was started in 1699, was completed by his widow, Eleonore Countess Dönhoff. What makes it particularly unusual in comparison with the country castles in the Brandenburg Marches during this stylistic era was the decision to have the building facing the garden, not the main access to the castle. After completion of the construction work, Eleonore had the garden, bridges and a farm building laid out and adapted the course of the river. The close connection between the castle and the gardens was unusual for those times. The gardener Johann Borsch looked after the gardens for the Countess from 1699 onwards.
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  • Schloss Kossenblatt, Foto: Anna Fiebig
  • Schlosspark Kossenblatt, Foto: Anna Fiebig
King Frederick William I acquired the castle in 1736 as a home for his old age, but only stayed there for a very short time. The pleasure gardens between the River Spree and the road to Wittmannsdorf are now rather overgrown. However, you can still see clear signs of the Baroque structures if you look carefully. Today, the castle is privately owned.

Year of construction: around 1704
How to get there: Car: A12 as far as the Storkow exit, B246 towards Storkow, L422, K6725 and L443 to Lindenstrasse in Tauche; train: RE1 to Frankfurt (Oder), continue with RB36 to Beeskow, by bus to Kossenblatt 
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Lindenstraße 37

15848 Tauche OT Kossenblatt

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Weather Today, 9. 12.

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Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

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    -3 0
  • Sunday
    -5 -1

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