Since obviously with the highlights once again something does not work, the information times like this:The main camp Zossen-Wünsdorf looks back on a very long history. Since 1910, a military site was built here.
During World War II it was a control center of the Wehrmacht. After the war it was a Soviet garrison town. Isolated from the outside world at all times and tried hard to let virtually nothing out.
Today, families live there with the "legacy" left behind.
Some areas are not accessible or only with guides and expire more and more.
The Peitzer ponds were built in the middle of the 16th century, at the same time as the construction of the Peitzer fortress under Margrave Johann von Küstrin.
Pond fishing has a very long tradition here. Today there are 33 ponds and it is the largest contiguous pond area in Germany.