Coming from the southwest one can "penetrate" seamlessly into the gardens of the castle Rheinsberg. The first messengers are the Temple of Friendship and the Rheinsberg Obelisk, before you come along the spacious lawns to the shores of Grienericksee, from where you have a magnificent view of the castle.
August 12, 2019
Fontane writes: "One passes alternately close to the lake and sometimes away from it, the usual showpieces of such park: pillar temples, artificial ruins, mossy stone benches, statues (including some of great beauty), and finally reaches the so-called Temple of Friendship, which is already located on the other side of the lake, in Boberowwalde. "
December 28, 2017
Frederick the Great had his happiest years in Rheinsberg Palace and implemented his first ideas for palace and garden design, which he then completed in Potsdam's Sanssouci Park. In 1744 he gave the Rheinsberg property to his brother Heinrich, who was interested in art and who lived here for 50 years and turned the palace and garden into a cultural meeting place. Under his ideas, part of the nearby forest and the surrounding fields were transformed into a landscape garden. He had staffage structures built, such as the obelisk in honor of officers of the Silesian Wars, the Malesherbes column, grottos, ruins and catacombs, and viewing corridors in the forest, of course to the Rheinsberg Castle and these staffage structures. The Broberow forest has regained a lot, some is still standing today and sometimes looks a bit bizarre, as if it were taken from an adventure computer game.
August 18, 2021
The palace park was designed by Georg Wenzelslaus von Koberndorf and Karl Friedrich Glume. In the 18th century it was supplemented by numerous ornamental pictures. These include the rock grotto, the hedge theater, the obelisk and the orangery pavilion.
June 10, 2022
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