Industrial culture

architectural monuments from 400 years of industrial history

Eberswalde - the cradle of industry in Mark Brandenburg! The Eisenspalterei (iron splitting factory), the brass factory with its estate, the old rolling mill, the paper factory and Heegermühle power plant already existed here in the 17th century. Thanks to the construction of the Finow canal and the Berlin-Stettin railway line, products could be transported cheaply and easily. This significantly advanced industrial development.

ex­pe­ri­ence

advanced searching
  • Results 1-5/5
    Page

    1

Niederfinow boat lift

Niederfinow It doesn't get steeper than this! Or does it? There is an approximately 36 metre height difference... 

Historical Finow Canal

Today you can hardly imagine, but the Finow canal was a mammoth construction project and has linked... 

Hand-operated historical locks

They are still here today! All 12 historical locks are still opened and closed by hand using a... 

Ragöse Dam

At a height of 28 metres, the Ragöse dam is Europe's biggest canal dam. It was constructed in 1908,... 

Canal bridge

With the canal bridge, a top class international engineering structure was created in just two... 

Results 1-5/5

Brochures