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Belvedere on Pfingstberg © TMB picture archive/Ehn
Potsdam Night of the Palaces © TMB picture archive/SPSG
Sailing boat near Church of the Redeemer © TMB picture archive/Ehn
Belvedere on Pfingstberg © TMB picture archive/Ehn
Potsdam Night of the Palaces © TMB picture archive/SPSG


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Brandenburger Tor © TMB-picture archive/Bach

This walking tour leads you through Potsdam’s historical centre. Passing the city canal you will visit Potsdam’s most beautiful square, the New Market with the royal carriage stable. Then continue on to the Old Market with the Nikolai Church, the Old Town Hall, and the newly built Potsdam City Palace (Stadtschloss), functioning as the Parliament's seat. more...

STADT FÜR EINE NACHT © Sebastian Gabsch

Potsdam’s event location "Schiffbauergasse" presents "Stadt für eine Nacht", an artistic installation of a temporary city illuminated at night and populated by creative protagonists of Potsdam and Brandenburg. For a period of 24 hours a broad cultural programme comprising art, dance, literature, music, theatre and film will be offered. more...

fireworks © ETBF GmbH

A must-see for all lovers of fireworks: a symphony organised by pyrotechnical specialists. This show is considered one of Germany’s most significant fireworks events, featuring four grandiose displays with state-of-the art effects. The specialist teams will demonstrate the latest innovations of international manufacturers. more...

Nächtliche Schlösserimpressionen®, Photo: Weisse Flotte Potsdam GmbH

Immerse yourself in Potsdam’s enchanting water landscape dotted with marvelously lit palaces and parks. You will be welcomed aboard with a glass of champagne before the Potsdam White Fleet puts to sea for a three-hour parade, taking you back into King Frederick the Great’s realm. more...

Bornstedt Crown Estate: The giant grenadiers' public training exercise © Steffen Horstmann

Public attention was given to the giant grenadiers for the first time in 1713 when Frederick Wilhelm I, father of Frederick the Great, acceded to the throne. Ever since the founding of the "Lange Kerls" association in 1990 which promotes the tradition of Potsdam's tall soldiers, voluntary members of the association have enthused their audience. more...

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