The emergence of the Scheunenviertel in Kremmen is due to the Electoral Decree of 1672. Today there are 50 of the former 70 barns. It should be unique in Germany, maybe also in Europe.
Today there are a museum, theaters, restaurants, cafes, shops and the tourist information Kremmen.
February 12, 2017
On the outskirts of the city of Kremmen, 30 km northwest of Berlin, there is probably the largest preserved barn district in Germany. Approximately 50 buildings, mostly lined up in several moves, form an ensemble in terms of floor plan and facade and arranged in a unique symmetry, which as a whole has been a listed building since 1993.You can find more information on the wide range of offers in the Scheunenviertel here: scheunenviertel-kremmen.com
June 29, 2020
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