Sunny corner for a short or long break with wooden sun loungers overlooking the Tegeler See. Beer gardens and restaurants in the immediate vicinity. "I love Tegel" writes: "The Greenwich district of London has been a partner of the Reinickendorf district since 1967. As a sign of friendship, the red telephone box, a red fire alarm and two English cannons are in Tegel, which the district received as a gift in April 1983. At the "Kanonenplatz" directly on the shores of Lake Tegel are the two cast-iron cannons from the 18th century, made by the Scot William Carron of Falkirk and formerly used for British coastal defense, weighing 2 tons each. " Source: ilovetegel.de/unser-tegel. See also berlin.de/ba-reinickendorf/ueber-den-bezirk/tourismus/artikel.82626.php
September 18, 2017
Kanonenplatz is located below the Greenwich Promenade. There are two cast-iron cannons from the 18th century, which the Scot William Carron of Falkirk made. They used to serve as British coastal defenses. The district received the two-ton cannons as a gift from their sister city Greenwich in April 1983. From Kanonenplatz you have a stunning view over Lake Tegel and its islands.
October 23, 2019
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