Plauer (Luckenberger) gate towerWatchtowers beside the gate were a special feature of Brandenburg towns.The cylindrical, four-storey tower was built around 1400 and was connected to a crenellated gate to whose battlement a door led. The connection of the city wall can be seen on the northwest side. The tower was equipped with crossbow slits on all sides. The cantilevered passage on the west side above the former moat indicates the location of the former watchtower. The conclusion was formed by an overhanging half-timbered building ("Hurde") with a cone helmet and a roof.After a long period of decline, in 1928 an Expressionist jagged wreath and a new wall cone with forged stork's nest were set up (restored in 1985). Other additions in romantic style are now canceled again.
April 27, 2019
Every year on the second Saturday in September, the city of Brandenburg organizes the "Türmetag".
For each tower climb, there is a stamp in the Türmepass. Prices are waiting for the hard work of the Emsigsten.2019 is the Türmetag on 8 September.tuermetag.de
May 25, 2019
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