Dahlwitz Castle

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Dahlwitz Castle
Dahlwitz Castle 2018 NW.jpg
place Dahlwitz-Hoppegarten
architect Friedrich Hitzig
Construction year 1855/56
Floor space 1,300 m²
Coordinates 52 ° 30 '12 .5 N , 13 ° 39' 0.5"  E Coordinates: 52 ° 30  '12.5 " N , 13 ° 39' 0.5"  E
Dahlwitz Castle (Brandenburg)
Dahlwitz Castle

The Dahlwitz Castle or Dahlwitz-Hoppegarten Castle is a late Classicist castle in the Dahlwitz-Hoppegarten district of the Hoppegarten municipality in the Märkisch-Oderland district in Brandenburg .


The Berlin architect Friedrich Hitzig built the palace according to his designs in 1855/1856 for the landowner Carl von Treskow . At that time there was already a landscape garden that Peter Joseph Lenné had laid out in 1821. The tower was raised in the second half of the 19th century. In addition, the castle was expanded to include an extension with a hall and kitchen used as a studio on the north side. Two years after the Second World War , the castle was converted into a kindergarten , the decorative elements on the facade were significantly reduced, the interior doors and the remaining furnishings were removed. The tower got windows at the openings in the observation floor. Until 1997 the former manor house served as a kindergarten and after- school care center for the neighboring school. After a planned privatization of the castle failed, Brandenburgische Schlösser GmbH took over the building in 2004 and has been renovating it at great expense since then. In 2007 the castle got its original red color and its exterior stucco back. A support association for the financing measures was founded. After a bidding process in 2019, the castle came into the possession of a private owner who wants to build apartments and a room for smaller events. The Dahlwitz Castle Festival is held annually in summer.

Web links

Commons : Schloss Dahlwitz  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Monuments : Here we have passed the baton , issue 1/2020, p. 13
  2. ^ Castle in Dahlwitz-Hoppegarten
  3. Dahlwitz (1850-1945)