This manor house in Lampertswalde, which dates back to the late 14th century, is well worth a visit for its well-tended parkland, botanical treasures, restored gardener's lodge that has been converted into living space and castle café. Its botanical rarities include a 6-m wide plane tree, a tulip tree and a pyramidal oak. The spring crocus meadow is especially worth seeing. After the German reunification, maples were planted and paths laid down as part of the reconstruction of the baroque garden.
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