Baurs Park's tree-lined lawns extend all the way down to the banks of the Elbe. A former garden of G.F. Baur, the park became public property in 1939. The French architect, Joseph Rammée, provided the drawings for the design of the park which was … more
The Castle is located in a park nearby the river Bille. It is rounded by banks and moats. Moreover, on the ground of Hamburg it is the only received one. In 1212 the castle was firstly named moated castle. The rests of the medieval building are … more
This idyllic pub lies at the junction to Assmannkanal and further includes a boat rental and an all-year wine bistro. The family business was elected Germany’s second most beautiful beer garden by ADFC. more
The vast, English- style Hirschpark in the suburbs by the Elbe was named after an enclosure for deer which was set up in the park in the late 19th century. Here one can also find a classic, cubic country house which is framed by low wings and … more
The municipal hospital of Kiel is nowadays an emergency hospital and offers more than 640 beds. It was built in 1864 as an urban institution for poor citizens and as a hospital. With an expansion of the surgical clinic and gynaecology the hospital … more
The regional horticulture show in Norderstedt (north of Hamburg) starts on April, 21st 2011 until October, 9th 2011. Afterwards the space will be preserved as a city park.
The site covers a tight square kilometer and is divided into three areas: … more
The zoo and cemeteries between Jungiusstraße and Verbindugsbahn were redesigned between 1934 and 1935 to become a public park, bordering on the botanical garden within the city wall. An example for local garden design was to be established. The … more
On a small island in the western part of the Schlei a castle of former dukes of Schleswig
Holstein-Gottorf is nowadays home of the Schleswig-Holstein state museums.
Architectural the four-winged building offers different styles: The western wing … more
The castle of Ploen is the only well preserved castle in Schleswig-Holstein, which was built in attitude.
The first duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Ploen, Joachim Ernst, built it in between 1633 and 1636. The ducal residence castle is deemed … more