An der Havel entlang

An der Havel entlang

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Recommended by 217 out of 236 hikers


  • Anette

    The Schildhornsage (often also referred to as "Schildhorn legend") is about the Slavic prince Jaxa of Köpenick, who fled in 1157 in the founding year of Mark Brandenburg before Albrecht the Bear by the Havel. When Jaxa threatened to drown, he had called in his distress the previously hated "Christian God" and out of gratitude for his salvation his shield and his horn hung on a tree and committed to Christianity. Since then, the headland to which he has saved himself is called Schildhorn. Schildhorn has belonged to Berlin since 1920. The saga symbolically reflects the founding myth of the Mark Brandenburg: the transition from Slavic to German rule.
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    • July 16, 2018

  • Andrea M. 🥾📷🌞

    Highly recommended as a walking and hiking trail.

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    • February 25, 2020

  • Seabass

    Leave out the dog beach ... Here, unfortunately, the variety of dog owners who do not care about their fighting dogs ...

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    • May 31, 2020

  • Andreas

    A trip is always worthwhile

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    • April 15, 2020

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