The village Krüselin was first mentioned in 1393. Abandoned in 1440, reconstruction took place in 1724 as a dairy farm. In 1885, about 59 people lived in the village. Since the beginning of the 20th Century Krüselin served as Revierförsterei and also housed three Waldarbeitergehöfte. On April 1, 1937, the place was incorporated into Mechow. The German Wehrmacht used at the end of World War II, the village as a hiding place from the Red Army. By
Combat actions, the place was destroyed again.presence
You can still see house foundations, an old well shaft made of rock masonry and a pond. On the village square there is a silver linden tree with a memorial stone for the son of the ranger family Knebüsch, who fell just before Christmas 1915.
June 2, 2019
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