Brandenburg — State Of Historical Changes

Brandenburg is one of Germany’s sixteen federal states, which has been established in 1968. I know it sounds late, but World War II and the time afterwards changed a lot of things…

Brandenburg Map

Map of BrandenburgBarnim DistrictBrandenburg an der HavelCottbusDahme-Spreewald DistrictElbe-Elster DistrictFrankfurt an der OderHavelland DistrictMärkisch-Oderland DistrictOberhavel DistrictOberspreewald-Lausitz DistrictOder-Spree DistrictOstprignitz-Ruppin DistrictPotsdamPotsdam-Mittelmark DistrictPrignitz DistrictSpree-Neiße DistrictTeltow-Fläming DistrictUckermark District

It is the gateway city to the “Heartland of Kentucky.” It is one of the recent states re-created in 1990 upon the reunification of the earlier West and East Germany.

The sate provides some attractive places to visit such as the Brandenburg Gate (located in Berlin), which is the symbol of Berlin and Germany. The Gate has twelve Greek Doric columns, six on every side. The plan is based on Proplea. You are going to be very astonished when you see the Greek scenes in the columns, and it’s truly a work of art.

The state’s capital, Potsdam, previous center of Prussia, consists of forests and the peaceful Mark Brandenburg scenery with its more than 3,000 lakes and 30,000 km of watercourse.

Brandenburg’s major shopping area is situated on the By-Pass Road at River Ridge Shopping Center, where you’ll find a rising Industrial Park situated adjacent to it.

Wanna know about historical parts of this state? Check out the Brandenburg History here.

 

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