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The castle is embedded in a landscape park of Lenné. From here you have a very nice view over the Havel.
The castle has emerged from a former mansion of the estate. In 1840 King Friedrich-Wilhelm IV bought the estate and the mansion and rebuilt it. With the construction of the wall in 1961, it was in the restricted area and it attracted the NVA and later the customs.
October 30, 2017
Across from Glienicke Palace and Park and the New Garden, on the other side of the Havel is the 26.3 hectare Sacrower Garden. The site closes the ring of gardens around Potsdam's Jungfernsee. This extraordinarily attractive location was also the reason why Friedrich Wilhelm IV. Sacrow acquired in 1840.
June 15, 2021
Peter Joseph Lenné was commissioned to landscape the area. During the GDR era, the park became overgrown and was restored from 1994.
The park is open to the public and entry is free. Sacrow Palace is occasionally used as an exhibition venue in the summer months
February 12, 2022
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