Sport Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: 100 Grandshouses and Properties Open

14:35  18 june  2021
14:35  18 june  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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to "MittsummerRemise» this weekend 100 farmshells, estate and country estates in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern their gates for visitors. On Saturday, the Mecklenburg district with 54 houses in the row is first on Sunday then follow 46 houses in Vorpommern.

Auch das Schloss Kaarz in der Sternberger Seenlandschaft gehört zu den Häusern, die zur «Mittsommerremise» ihre Tore öffnen. © Jens Büttner / dpa central picture / eg also the castle of Faarz in the Sternberg lake landscape belongs to the houses, which open their doors for the «MittsummerRemise».

17 objects are mentioned for the first time in the extensive program booklet. The offer has been regularly adopted by several thousand visitors in recent years.

The Culture Festival MittsummerRemise had recently recovered the first place at the ADAC Tourism Prize for Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. It has been recognized that the event strengthens and develops particularly smaller estate villages. Thus, a piece of state history is preserved and staged attractive for tourists, it was said to justify.

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