Bike Touring Highlight
Landmark of Niederlehme is the 1902 built water tower. It is clearly visible on the A10 motorway.
Niederlehme is a historically grown commercial and industrial site: Already 100 years ago sand-lime bricks were produced in Niederlehme. This makes Niederlehme one of the oldest production sites of limestone in Germany. Every second brick built in Berlin is a limestone.
But Niederlehme is also a popular destination and has the largest allotment area in Germany on an area of around 60 hectares.
Also the church of Niederlehme is worth a visit. Although it was inaugurated in 1914 and the artful color scheme of the interior at that time, unfortunately, nothing has been preserved, but in today's rather simple church, there are works of art such as the precious pulpit of limestone blocks or the altar decorations: a huge crucifix and two high candlesticks. The organ of the Dinse company is considered a church music gem.
Source and further information: koenigs-wusterhausen.de/532526/alter-industriestandort
April 17, 2018
The Evangelical Church was built in 1913/14.
The small settlement Niederlehme was first mentioned in documents as Lomen inferior in 1315, before Königs Wusterhausen (1320). Niederlehme is a historically grown commercial and industrial location and is one of the oldest production sites for sand-lime brick in Germany.
May 7, 2020
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