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Konigs Wusterhausen (Brandenburg)

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Konigs Wusterhausen is a city in Dahme-Spreewald district in the state of Brandenburg in the Federal Republic of Germany. It’s often referred to as, KW, locally and it lies on the Notte Canal and the river Dahme, a 95 kilometer long river in Brandenburg, Germany, tributary to the river Spree, southeast of Berlin. Much farther away to the west lies the state capital Potsdam.
Some of the notable attractions of the Konigs Wusterhausen are its Transmission and Radio Technology Museum on the Funkerberg or Transmitter Mountain, only a 210-meter-high mast and two small freestanding towers is preserved nowadays, this forms a technological monument along with the 67-meter-high precast concrete cellular transmission tower. Konigs Wusterhausen is said to be the cradle of German radio pioneered by Hans Bredow, who is considered the Father of German Radio.
Other attractions include the Schloss, the Konigs Wusterhausen Hunting Lodge and Garden, known to be former Prussian King Frederick William’s favorite place of stay, the Kreuzkirche or Cross Church with its 3 choir windows and 4 ornamental round panes, the Neue Muhle or New Mill, a Canal lock, the Watertower, now a café with beer garden and exhibition areas.
Tourism in Germany has expanded since the end of World War II, and many tourists visit Germany to experience a sense of European history. The countryside exhibits a pastoral aura, while its cities exhibit both a modern and classical feel.

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