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Slow down, it's time forA village history: Winnemark

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Winnemark

The connection of Schwansen and Angeln

Winnemark is located at the northernmost point of Schwansen and borders the town line of Kappeln. The district Sundsacker is connected to Germany's smallest town, Arnis, with a ferry.

The local Karlsburg Estate is a building full of cultural history. A remarkable lime tree avenue established in the year 1837 leads to the manor house from the north.

Not only nature is creative here but also the residents, such as the renowned painter Gerhard Bettermann who was able to catch the flair of this picturesque village in his paintings



Impressions of Winnemark

A town's history in pictures

  • Schleifähre Arnis Winnemark
  • Segelboot auf der Schlei
  • Kanutour in Winnemark
  • Sonnenaufgang an der Schlei

Historic tours of Schwansen Peninsula

Walking in the footsteps of history

Fleckeby
Karby
Rieseby
Waabs

Fleckeby

The roots of the local community of Fleckeby get back lots of years. Over there had already been hunters, gatherers and farmers in neolithic years in neolithic years.

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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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Absolutely relaxing at the Peninsula

I love to spend my vacation on the Peninsula together with my family. We often use our camper. Last year we had also spend some days in a beautiful holiday home in Langholz together with my grandparents. We really enjoyed it over there as well.

And my children had also have a lot of fun at the Ostsee Resort of Damp during the last few years.

Rosemarie K. from Gelsenkirchen (Germany)

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