Potsdam: Attractions and more...
Potsdam Museum which was founded in the year 1940 has been dedicated to collection, interpretation, and preservation of decorative arts and local history. It’s a department of ‘Village of Potsdam’, with policy having governed by one of the independent boards of trustees.
Potsdam Museum remains open from Tuesdays to Saturdays, between noon and 18:00. However, on Thursdays, it remains open till 20:00. No admission fees are charged.
Babelsberg Park, the 3rd-largest park in Potsdam had been basically laid out in the year 1832 BY PJ Lenne and enlarged from the year 1843 by ‘Prince Puckler-Muskau’. This park has been characterized by a wide spectrum of landscapes: gentle slopes, hilly areas, shore of River Havel, and broad meadows. Several meandering footpaths and roads go on to offer the most gorgeous scenic views regarding ‘Havel Lakes’, Potsdam city, and its exceptional surroundings. As such, Babelsberg Park has proved to be the best tourist destination in the bygone years.
What to see in detail
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