The Belvedere is reminiscent of a Greek temple and is placed high on the western shore of Lake Tollensesee. In 1775 the Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Adolf Friedrich IV., let built a summer house on a hill that was tore down later. In 1823 grand duke Marie let built a new tea and summer house at this place. Here wish was the form of a Greek temple and builder Wilhelm Buttel was the one who realized this project. Out of this the architect Heinrich Tessenow built in 1934 a memorial for the dead soldiers of the First World War from Mecklenburg-Strelitz and in 1995 the building was restored as an open temple. Today you can celebrate your wedding at Belvedere in the wonderful landscape on Lake Tollensesee with its unique panorama sight.

Touristinfo Neubrandenburg

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Saturday: 10:00 – 16:00 Uhr
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Touristinfo Neubrandenburg
Marktplatz 1
17033 Neubrandenburg

Tel.: 0395 55 95127

City of Four Gates on Lake Tollensesee