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  2. Brandenburg an der Havel - Wikipedia

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    Brandenburg an der Havel was one of the first locations in Nazi Germany where the Nazis experimented with murdering their victims by gas. The lessons here were later applied for mass murders in Auschwitz and other extermination camps. After complaints by local inhabitants about the smoke, the mobile furnaces used to burn the corpses ceased operation.

  3. Built by the water: Brandenburg an der Havel - Germany

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    The federal state of Brandenburg is situated in the 'blue' north of Germany, with 3,000 lakes and 6,700 kilometres of waterways within reach. Water sports fans can go canoeing, motor boating, sailing, water skiing and fishing, take romantic boat trips on the Potsdam and Brandenburg Havel Lakes, chug past meadows in a houseboat, sunbathe in secluded coves or simply hang out and watch the world go by.

  4. The Top Things to See and Do in Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany

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    Brandenburg an der Havel is an enticing town located on the River Havel, only around 50 km (31 miles) west of Berlin. The city is flanked by Westhavelland Nature Park, boasts palpable historic charm and beautiful architecture. Here is our top pick of sights and attractions in Brandenburg an der Havel.

  5. Brandenburg | History, State, & Facts | Britannica

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    In 1952, however, Brandenburg’s old administrative identity was lost when the East German states were dissolved into new Bezirke (districts). The state of Brandenburg was re-created primarily out of the former East German districts of Potsdam, Frankfurt, and Cottbus in the process of the unification of East and West Germany in 1990. Subsequent efforts to merge the separate administrative entities of Berlin and Brandenburg into a single state have so far been unsuccessful.

  6. 10 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Brandenburg an der Havel

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    Brandenburg an der Havel, once an important episcopal city with extensive trading connections, lies 50 kilometers southwest of Berlin on the River Havel. It's also surrounded by three lakes: the Beetzsee, the Plauer See, and the Breitlingsee.

  7. Brandenburg an der Havel Tourism: Tripadvisor has 326 reviews of Brandenburg an der Havel Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Brandenburg an der Havel resource.

  8. 10 Best Brandenburg an der Havel Hotels, Germany (From $55)

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    Located in Brandenburg an der Havel, 31 miles from Sanssouci Park, Havelhotel provides accommodations with a garden, free private parking and a shared lounge. This 3-star hotel offers free WiFi. booked a few hours before arrival, clean and comfortable room, nice balcony, we appreciated the fan, late check-in via keyboy was great, easy check-out, vending machine and fridge were great

  9. Havel - Wikipedia

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    The Havel (German: ) is a river in northeastern Germany, flowing through the states of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Brandenburg, Berlin and Saxony-Anhalt. It is a right tributary of the Elbe and 325 kilometres (202 mi) long. However, the direct distance from its source to its mouth is only 94 kilometres (58 mi).

  10. Brandenburg an der Havel, Brandenburg, Germany Weather ...

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    Brandenburg an der Havel, Brandenburg, Germany Weather Forecast, with current conditions, wind, air quality, and what to expect for the next 3 days. Brandenburg an der Havel, Brandenburg 41° F

  11. Brandenburg, Germany - Jewish Virtual Library

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    Germ Jud, 2 (1968), 105–6; A. Ackermann, Geschichte der Juden in Brandenburg an der Havel (1906); Handbuch der juedischen Gemeindeverwaltung (1926–27), 10; H. Heise, Die Juden in der Mark Brandenburg bis zum Jahre 1571 (1932). ADD.