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  • R 🐺 & G 🚶‍♀️on Tour

    In Oranienburg is this promenade with a jetty to the other side.
    From there you can be at the shopping center with several shops in a few minutes.

    "Luise Henriette, née Princess von Oranien-Nassau, was the eldest daughter of the Prince and Governor of the Netherlands Friedrich Heinrich von Oranien and his wife Amalie zu Solms-Braunfels, who had followed her princess into exile in the Netherlands as Elisabeth Stuart.

    At the age of 19, Luise Henriette married the Elector Friedrich Wilhelm of Brandenburg, who later became known as the "Great Elector". Friedrich Wilhelm had got to know Luise Henriette's home as a prince during a long stay and knew about the outstanding position of the Oranians, the richest and politically leading family in the wealthy and progressive Netherlands. With the connection he hoped to be able to decide the political struggle for Pomerania in his favor. "

    Source: Wikipedia

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    • February 9, 2020

  • Sebastian Kowalke

    The narrow pedestrian bridge is named after Louise Henriette of Orange. The wife of the great elector came from the Netherlands and had fallen in love with the wide open landscape around Oranienburg on a hunting trip. The elector bequeathed the castle to her and since then the castle and the surrounding town have been called Oranienburg.

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    • April 27, 2018

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Location: Oranienburg, Oberhavel, Ruppiner Lakeland, Brandenburg, Germany

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