Berlin-Britz - the neighborhood around the corner
Britz was first officially mentioned in 1237 and is a sub-district of Berlin Neukölln. The origin of the place name is the Slavic word Bříza (birch). In 1920, Britz was included to the district Neukölln as a rural community. Britz has more than 40,000 inhabitants today.
Culture and sights
- Dorfkirche Britz (Village Church), Backbergstraße 40, a stone church around 1250 with stained glass by Charles Crodel
- Gutshof Britz (Estate Britz) with historical horse and ox stable, Alt-Britz 81-89, as the village church belonged to the former manor
- Schloss Britz (Britz Manor) with Manor's Garden, Alt Britz 73, built in 1706, 1880 transformed based on designs by Carl Busse
- Britzer Mühle (Britz Mill), Buckower Damm 130, a Dutch windmill, built in 1863
- Großsiedlung Britz with Hufeisensiedlung, Fritz-Reuter-Allee, built 1925-1933, since 2008 in UNESCO's list of world heritage
- The former Hospital Britz (today Citizen center 3), Blaschkoallee 32, red stone building from 1894 by the district Teltow
Britzer Baumblüte (Blossom)
- The site of the Federal Garden Show 1985 is now managed as the Parkanlage Britzer Garten.
- Gutspark Britz has won multiple awards as the most beautiful park in Berlin. The park boasts a 300-year history.
- Greenery Britz-Süd
- Park at Buschkrug
- The Carl-Weder-Park
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