Lugar favorito para cicloturismo
According to the signs, the snack bar is open on weekends and even has more on offer than usual. A nice place to take a break. The exhibition in the granary is definitely worth seeing, informative and really professionally structured. Adults have to pay EUR 2 and children EUR 1 into a trustworthy cash register.
The exhibition in the granary is always open on weekends from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
8 de mayo de 2016
From 1889 to 1906, when the city of Berlin multiplied its population in a few years, the magistrate acquired larger areas outside the city limits, on which, on the one hand, sewage fields were to be created and, on the other hand, the supply of the residents with food of all kinds had to be ensured. A total of twelve goods were created around Berlin. Farm buildings such as granaries, barns and cattle sheds were built on the land. In addition, simple residential buildings for the farm workers and their families were built in the vicinity. One of the institutions designated as the Berliner Stadtgut was in Hobrechtsfelde. Almost at the same time as the work of the municipal estate began, the administration had a field railway network built to handle the transport tasks, which was called the Hobrechtsfeld Economic Railway.
After the war, the buildings served as a state-owned property for agriculture, with a number of renovation and new construction work taking place. However, the historical building fabric was not preserved. In 1990, with the fall of the Wall, the management was given up, the manor buildings were empty for more than 20 years. They belong to the newly founded Berliner Stadtgüter GmbH. The storage facility, which was built between 1906-1908, served the Berlin municipal goods as a central storage facility and drying chamber for the grain that was brought in.
10 de abril de 2020
While hiking out the forest this building appeared in front of me. It looks abandoned and a bit creepy although I did not try to enter. If you are up to finding old buildings to take pictures of, you might find this interesting!
9 de febrero de 2021
Former manor house in Hobrechtsfelde with a plaque in memory of James Hobrecht.
As a town planning officer, he organized the introduction of urban drainage and a modern sewer system in Berlin.
In 1908 the nearby town of Zepernick was named after him in Hobrechtsfelde.
10 de julio de 2021
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