Bike Touring Highlight
Lindenallee Seester effortFrom a distance you can see the 700-meter-long avenue on the horizon between thatched roof gables and the marsh landscape. The Seestermühe estate was separated from the Haseldorf estate by an inheritance agreement in 1551 and fell to Hans Ahelfeld.The four-line avenue, at the end of which is a tea pavilion, is the rest of a baroque garden that was created at the beginning of the 18th century. With its 700 meters in length, the four-row main avenue in the flat marsh landscape has an impressive long-distance effect and clearly tells the story of former baroque splendor. The avenue consists mainly of linden trees. In the front part, accompanying the canal, there are also hornbeams, which were probably planted at a later date.holstein-tourismus.de/de/unsere-region/detailansicht/detail/lindenallee-seestermuehe.html
July 4, 2020
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