Bike Touring Highlight
Where you cycle today between tall pine trees on a smooth bike path, the mail and goods used to be transported from Berlin to Hamburg by horse-drawn carriage - and vice versa. The post route was opened in 1654 and led from the Oranienburger Tor via Hennigsdorf, Bötzow, Fehrbellin and Kyritz to Hamburg. During the Thirty Years' War it was increasingly used as an army road for the troops. Today, a few postal milestones still commemorate the historical use.
July 22, 2020
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