Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)
The Martin-Mährlein-Weg in the Berlin district of Britz in Neukölln is a paved road that runs along the Teltow Canal on the western side.
Not used by cars and easy to use by bike.From 1919 to 1928 Mährlein was the managing director of a non-profit housing association, in 1920 he joined the SPD. In 1928 he moved to the Reichsbund of war participants and war victims, where he became head of the Gaus Brandenburg and Grenzmark. After the "seizure of power" by the National Socialists, Mährlein was punished in 1933. From 1935 he was a commercial employee.
After the Second World War, Mährlein became managing director of the Reichsbahn-Siedlungs-GmbH. Since Bruno Lösche was still district councilor in the Tiergarten district, Mährlein was able to move into the Berlin House of Representatives in May 1951. In 1963, he left parliament at the end of the legislature because of his age.
July 14, 2020
On different paths and different surfaces (almost) always directly along the water.
No bridge crossings necessary, you can drive under the bridges directly on the water.
Some of the old train tracks from days gone by are still next to the path.
Much more exciting than driving over the parallel east crown.
April 28, 2021
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