Berlin and still experience pure nature.
"The Karower ponds are located at the transition from Barnim to Berlin's glacial valley. The Panke and Lietzengraben, which come from the loamy, sandy plateau, dug meltwater channels through the sander up to ten meters deep here after the last glacial period. Later these channels silted up and fens formed. In the 19th century the two streams were straightened and peat mining began. This created the island pond in the northwest and the willow pond in the southwest, the duck pond in the northeast and the reed pond in the southeast were dug in 1911 for fish farming. "
December 8, 2019
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