Neustrelitz

Neustrelitz

Neustrelitz is a medium-sized town in the district of Mecklenburg Lake District in the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania in northeastern Germany. The former residence of the Mecklenburg dukes and former state capital of Mecklenburg-Strelitz is now one of 18 medium-sized centers in the country. Neustrelitz was founded in 1733 as a Baroque planned city near the town of Strelitz (now part Strelitz-Alt) after the Strelitzer water castle of the reigning Duke Adolf Friedrich III. was burned 1712th This then moved in 1731 to be newly built residential palace in nearby ganglia corner. This was followed by the construction of a settlement for court and state administration as well as at May 20, 1733, a call to the Duke for the settlement of new citizens. This document is now considered founding charter of the city of Neustrelitz. The Royal Palace was destroyed by fire at the end of World War II, the remains were demolished to the 1950s. Get remained of the neo-Gothic castle church, the neoclassical orangery, Luis temple and a number of other attractions in. The historical city center has largely retained. The central location of the Mecklenburg Lakeland, to the B96 and Berliner Nordbahnstrasse and Lloyd web navigable, cultural events such as festivals in Castle Gardens and Immergut Festival, as well as the many monuments in the city, was Neustrelitz to one of the known destinations in Mecklenburg Vorpommern. The German Aerospace Center (DLR) has been involved in Neustrelitz important facilities of remote sensing from space for the Earth Observation Center and is on the development of the European satellite navigation system Galileo. The Gymnasium Carolinum is one of the largest and oldest schools in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. In Kulturquartier Mecklenburg-Strelitz, the culture of the region is presented bundled. Sporty, the city is known for its football club TSG Neustrelitz.

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