The Cottage Antik Hotel

Address: Dorfstrasse 15, Semlin, Brandenburg, 14712, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Dorfstrasse 15, Semlin.
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Travel Blogs from Semlin

What an Experience!

A travel blog entry by ronnyreeny on May 27, 2015

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... town does not want to forget or let the fact that this type of mad lunacy happened. Brandenburg was home to the first test usage of a gas chamber before the Nazis expanded the use to its many prison camps and the Museum is built on its original site. The first victims used where mentally ill, handicapped or hospitalized citizens. The Nazi theory was that they didn’t have much to live for anyway. There are photos of many of the victims prior to ...

A Town on the Water

A travel blog entry by ronnyreeny on May 26, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... 4"x4") installed in the sidewalks in front of properties where Jewish Holocaust victims lived throughout many German communities. We have seen quite a few of them including one of the properties my father lived. These tiles are engraved with the names of those lost.

Feliks does not want any tiles on the ground, but instead a fairly large plaque on the front of the property. My cousin Steve has been here twice before and last time volunteered to ...

Havelberg to Tangermunde (42km) - Day 7

A travel blog entry by sydandval on May 21, 2015

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From the ferry we rode about 3km on the road to the pretty, tidy village of Buttnershof. From there again we were on a mix of bike paths and quiet farm roads. We stopped at 18km for an early coffee in Hohenberg-Krusemark where Syd went to find some bread rolls to make a banana sandwich, it was a long and tortuous route but eventually the bakery was found.

The roads from here were often undulating, and some of the block-paved paths uneven with subsidence ...

Wittenberge to Havelberg (39km) - Day 6

A travel blog entry by sydandval on May 20, 2015

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... seed, and potatoes.

We took a small detour along field paths to Ruhstadt, the stork capitol of Germany. We climbed up to a lookout in a large barn to view the many stork nests on the roofs of the houses in the village. Most nests were occupied by pairs and the villagers keep very good records of the arrival, departure times of the storks in each, numbered, nest and the number of young produced.

From there we rejoined ...

Elberadweg - Day 4 - 7 Laurenburg to Havelberg

A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Sep 18, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... significant issue as many of the emigrants were young, well-educated people, it further weakened the state economically. The government tried to stop people leaving by fortifying its western borders and in 1961 by establishing the Berlin Wall."

From The Local: Germany's News in English, August 11, 2010:
"Authorities in communist East Germany were responsible for the deaths of 1,393 people between 1961 and it's demise in 1989, 46 ...