Around 1963 (earliest photo), an observation tower was erected on the top of the Boasberg by Kurt Kretschmann and Helfer. His model was the wobbly tower from the opposite goat mountain.
The approximately 10 m high Wackelturm did its job for almost forty decades and more than 120,000 visitors of the house of nature care looked from there to the Oderbruch. At the end of the 90s, the self-built tower really shook and was replaced by a new owl tower in 2003/4 on the occasion of the 90th birthday of Kurt Kretschmann. The was a gift from the state of Brandenburg (Lottomittel) and the association "House of Natural Care" e.V. ..
The new tower is 16 meters higher and you can enjoy much safer and more comfortable the view into the valley. Incidentally, he got the name because the house of nature care is the birthplace of the "nature protection school".
November 26, 2016
Ahoy travelers!The wooden tower, located in a beautiful garden, offers a view of the valley and forests.
It lies on the 12km long Turmwanderweg.
One should not be irritated by the buildings of the surrounding city.It is a cozy village with history. The trip is worth it!Admission for adults (in trust) is € 2 (+ € 0.50 for the museums)Have fun!
September 16, 2018
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