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Fleckeby – Now and ThenNestled between the Hüttener Berge and Schlei

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Hardesvogtei Fleckeby

Hardvogtei in Fleckeby

For centuries, administration in the Duchy of Schleswig was based on a system of “hundreds”, or Harden in German. The first recorded mention of the Hüttener hundred, originally known as the Berharde, dates from 1519. In 1527, King Frederik I granted administrative independence to the Berharde; its administrative seat was transferred in 1683 from the Hütten manor to Fleckeby, which gained its own court in 1685. A dedicated administrative building was constructed in 1706. The Hardesvogtei, or administrative building, that stands in Fleckeby today was built in 1856. It was both the official seat and residence of the administrator of the Hüttener hundred. Today, it houses an exhibit on the history of the hundreds in the Duchy of Schleswig, which were dissolved in 1889.

Marina of the Water Sports Club

In 1963, the first rural water sports club on the Schlei was founded by a few residents of Fleckeby. A bridge was soon constructed, followed in short order by a clubhouse and a boathouse.  Though a rowing section existed for a time, sailing soon became the club’s focal point. The marina in its present form, with 60 berths, was built in 1995. It was the first harbour on the Schlei with floating landing stages. Since 2003, Fleckeby has also had a full-time harbourmaster. The water sports club currently has 240 members, but about 350 “guest” boats visit the marina each year and spend the nicest part of the year on the Schlei.


Louisenlund Castle

Schloss Louisenlund in Güby

Louisenlund was built between 1772 and 1776 by Hermann von Motz. The castle was a birthday present from Landgrave Carl von Hessen to his wife Louise, the daughter of Danish King Frederik V. In 1831, this summer seat entered the possession of the Dukes of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, under whom the castle acquired its present form. Its sober, elegant architecture, proximity to the Schlei, and expansive English-style park make Louisenlund a particularly noteworthy representative of its era. On the initiative of Duke Frederick of Schleswig-Holstein, the castle was used from 1949 as a summer camp for school children. Today it houses the renowned Louisenlund public school.

Kreuzkirche

Fleckeby is a part of the Kosel church parish, which for many years remained the site of religious life in the community. However, as Fleckeby grew, the desire of its residents for a cemetery of their own grew with it – and their wish for a local church. The Fleckeby cemetery on the Schneckenberg was consecrated in 1951, though burials could initially only be performed outdoors with no protection from the weather. An association for the purpose of building a church was founded in 1960, and the Kreuzkirche on the Hykamp was finally dedicated in 1963. It has come to be a symbol of Fleckeby.



Fleckeby Old Schoolhouse

A teacher is first mentioned in Fleckeby for the year 1695. He instructed pupils in his own house, while his successors taught in cramped cottages. In 1761, a schoolhouse was constructed at the western edge of the village. With more than 100 pupils in a single class, the school at Fleckeby was one of the largest in the region. Primary education was made mandatory in 1814. As of 1821, teachers were instructed in a teacher training seminar, and in 1838 an addition was built on the school. After the Second World War, as many as 200 children were taught here in two separate shifts each day. This overcrowding was finally relieved in 1950, when a new school building was constructed. This later building continues to serve as a primary school. while the Old Schoolhouse is now in private hands.











Kunst-Café

Kunstcafé in Fleckeby

The street named “Auf der Höhe” at the northern end of Fleckeby village was laid out in the 1970s. Detached homes typical of the era line both sides of the cul-de-sac. On June 30th, 1985, Gudrun Teuteberg-Tammling opened one of the first cafés in rural Schleswig-Holstein in the house at Number 10.

She continues to operate the Kunst-Café (Art Café) Fleckeby here at the edge of the village, which has become a beloved institution throughout the region and beyond. The café is famed not only for its tortes and hand-filtered egg coffee, but for the broad selection of arts and crafts on offer, as well as for its magnificent garden. During the season, more than 150 varieties of rose blossom around the café.

The street named “Auf der Höhe” at the northern end of Fleckeby village was laid out in the 1970s. Detached homes typical of the era line both sides of the cul-de-sac. On June 30th, 1985, Gudrun Teuteberg-Tammling opened one of the first cafés in rural Schleswig-Holstein in the house at Number 10.

She continues to operate the Kunst-Café (Art Café) Fleckeby here at the edge of the village, which has become a beloved institution throughout the region and beyond. The café is famed not only for its tortes and hand-filtered egg coffee, but for the broad selection of arts and crafts on offer, as well as for its magnificent garden. During the season, more than 150 varieties of rose blossom around the café.




The street named “Auf der Höhe” at the northern end of Fleckeby village was laid out in the 1970s. Detached homes typical of the era line both sides of the cul-de-sac. On June 30th, 1985, Gudrun Teuteberg-Tammling opened one of the first cafés in rural Schleswig-Holstein in the house at Number 10. She continues to operate the Kunst-Café (Art Café) Fleckeby here at the edge of the village, which has become a beloved institution throughout the region and beyond. The café is famed not only for its tortes and hand-filtered egg coffee, but for the broad selection of arts and crafts on offer, as well as for its magnificent garden. During the season, more than 150 varieties of rose blossom around the café.































Historic tours of Schwansen Peninsula

Walking in the footsteps of history

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Karby

The towns name has it's origin in the danish language meaning something like "church village". As Karby had been the "church village" it also had been one of the first villages with a school. From 1888 to 1958 Karby also had been a stop of the former train from Eckernförde to Kappeln.

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Rieseby

In 1352 Riesby had been first mentioned as "Rybyharret". The ding floor on it's coat of arms prooves the "Thingplatz" round Rieseby.

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Waabs

Waabs had been mentioned for the first time in 1382 called "groten Wpensee". The most significant and outstanding historical place in Waabs is the very impressive manor house of Ludwigsburg and the longbed of Karlsminde built in neolithic years.

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