An unplanned road trip to somewhere else finally led me to an old charming small city named Beeskow in Brandenburg (approx. 50 km South-Eastern of Berlin) which was founded in the 13th century. Fortunately great parts of the medieval city wall with now open gates and the usual guarding towers do still exist and really deliver a vivid and direct impression of times passed by.
Northern city gate leading to Storkow
View on St. Mary’s Church, 15th century, red brick Gothic style
Nice walk along the city wall
Urban scenery near the market-place
Stork Tower, 14th century
The beekeeper’s store in town
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