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Abbey Mill Boitzenburg

Museum of Industrie Brandenburg

Museum of Whittawer Doberlug-Kirchhain

Briquette Factory "Louise" Domsdorf

Fire Brigade Museum Eisenhüttenstadt

Museum of Textile Forst

Industrial Heritage Baruther Glashütte

Museum of Local and Private Railway Gramzow

Civic Museum of Industry Guben

Teltow Museum of Industry Kleinmachnow

Museum of Radio Electronics/Technology Königs Wusterhausen

Museum of Casting Lauchhammer

Civic Museum of Industry Ludwigsfelde

Brickyard Park Mildenberg

Gasworks Neustadt

Museum of Inland Navigation Oderberg

Museum of Fishing and Smeltery Peitz

Filmmuseum Potsdam

Historical Mill of Park Sanssouci Potsdam

City and Brewery Museum Pritzwalk

Museum of Optic Industry Rathenow

Museum Park Rüdersdorf

Museum of Ceramic and Furnace Velten

Civic Museum Wittenberge

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Civic Museum Wittenberge
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Civic Museum

Near the historic city center of Wittenberge, you can find the towns oldest mansion. It was built as “White Palace” of lord Gans to Putlitz in 1669. Today the mansion is the home of the Civic Museum and called “Old Castle”. The museum presents the rapid development from a manor and small town near the river Elbe to an important location for trade and industry. The permanent exhibition and movie screenings show Wittenberge and its change over the years. The oldest building of Wittenberge, the Stone Gate, is about 700 years old and contains an exhibition of its own history. Also see about 150 different types of sewing machines mainly produced in the Wittenberge Singer sewing machine factory. The Civic Museum offers guided tours to explore the closed factory with its clock tower.