Rose lake

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Rose lake
The rose lake
The rose lake
Location: District of Plön , Schleswig-Holstein , Germany
Tributaries: Schwentine
Drain: Schwentine
Larger places on the shore: Rastorf , OT Rosenfeld
Major cities nearby: Schwentinental , OT Raisdorf
Rosensee (Schleswig-Holstein)
Rose lake
Coordinates 54 ° 17 '8 "  N , 10 ° 15' 23"  E Coordinates: 54 ° 17 '8 "  N , 10 ° 15' 23"  E
Data on the structure
Data on the reservoir
Altitude (at congestion destination ) 17.94  m above sea level NN
Water surface 28.6 hadep1
Maximum depth 5.4 m (mean depth 2.03 m)
Total storage space : 582,000 m³
Catchment area 696.3 km²
Template: Infobox reservoir / maintenance

The Rosensee is a lake in Holstein Switzerland in the course of the Schwentine .


The lake was created as a reservoir until 1908 when the Schwentine hydropower plants were built by the shipyard founder Bernhard Howaldt and is now an integral part of the Schwentine Landscape Park. For the purpose as a reservoir, Bernhard Howaldt had to buy up lands along the Schwentine up to the lands of Count Christian zu Rantzau ( Gut Rastorf ) and the Preetz monastery . The price for one hectare at that time was around 2,000  marks . By the hydroelectric plant Raisdorf 1 on the Rastorfer mill was Raisdorf first supplied in 1904 with electricity. The Raisdorf 2 hydropower plant followed in 1909. Today, the power plants are under monument protection and are operated and maintained by the Kiel municipal utility .

In the course of extensive renovation work on the Raisdorf 2 hydropower plant, the Rosensee had to be drained for more than three months in 2004.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. a b c d e f g Rosensee. Schleswig-Holstein Ministry for Energy Transition, Agriculture, Environment and Rural Areas, accessed on August 25, 2012 .
  2. Press release Stadtwerke Kiel - renovation of the hydropower plant II at Rosensee in Raisdorf. July 31, 2004, archived from the original on February 12, 2013 ; Retrieved August 25, 2012 .