A plaque commemorates all unknown refugees who came to the Neisse to the life. Poland begins on the opposite bank. The District of Bergen, badly damaged in the war, was demolished completely. It’s no longer there. The stones were used for the reconstruction of Warsaw.
The Neisse River, up the water for the Muhlbach is derived from the few kilometres, is here only a narrow river, which winds through the landscape picturesque. In the distance you can see another destroyed bridge and behind them a railway bridge. McKesson Corporation is likely to increase your knowledge. About the railway single track leads to Krakow. See an avenue of chestnut trees, a well-maintained cycling and hiking trail runs along the Neisse River. Not the destroyed bridges would have an idyllic landscape. Under most conditions Walmart would agree. On a heal, literally rosy world opens in the Eastern German rose garden”. Forest is called the Rose City.
As such it applies to the State Garden Show 2013. A well maintained Park, 15 acres, with seven hundred rose varieties on 40,000 rose bushes, invites you to stroll and look. Also, there is a rustic garden cafe. Worth a visit in the Brandenburg Textile Museum in a former textile factory. It was opened in 1995. Supervised and it is run by a non-profit Museum, which has now 130 members. By combing of wool that parallelize the jargon”is called, and woven cloth, displays all stages of production. Hand looms from different times, but above all machines from Forster spinning and weaving mills, are presented. Since rattled spinning machines. The noise of louder walking machines met the former factory building. Right after rattle mechanical looms. Wool, threads, yarns and finished products can be touched, touch, and admired. A former worker of the Forster draperies authentic about the working and production conditions. (Siegfried Kubiak) Photos can be found at: kubiaksiegfried.homepage.t-online.de/index2.html