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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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Museum of Fishing and Smeltery Peitz
© Museum Peitz

Museum of Fishing and Smeltery

Fire and water are the main elements of Peitz's history. The city is both a fortress with an own smeltery and fishing town in long-lasting tradition. Since 1364 Peitz was an exclave of Brandenburg. A island of Brandenburg in Bohemia and later in Saxony. The fortress tower, moat and even the carp ponds were built by margrave Johann of Küstrin to defend the town against aggressors. The smeltery of Peitz, built in the middle of the 16th century has the oldest fully functional foundry in Germany. See and learn its history in the Museum of Smeltery, stated at/on the historical factory premises. Next door the Museum of Fishery presents dioramas, fish tanks, an old barge and different fish traps to show the history of fishing and fish farming in Brandenburg.