Schloss Etelsen is a castle built in neo-renaissance architecture in the Langwedel village of Etelsen near Verden in Lower Saxony. In the years 1885-1887 it was built by the brothers of Heimbruch as a replacement of an older farmhouse. Today it belongs to the district.
July 9, 2017
In the back park stands a beautiful former mausoleum, built by Lieutenant-Colonel Hieronymus von der Wisch. Architect Conrad Wilhelm Hase, who also built Marienburg Castle near Pattensen. On August 25 and September 1, an art exhibition by Sylle Sébert will take place in the mausoleum. Open from 11am to 6pm.
The organizer is the Schlossparkverein Etelsen e.V.
August 23, 2019
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